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Researcher 20's insight:

A lot of Irish went to America, assimilated and had impact - but also some went to Europe

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Features Editor's comment, September 27, 2013 3:55 PM
Great stuff - really in depth use of the catalogue
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Hesitant Europeans, Self-Defeating Irredentists and Security Free-Riders? West German Assessments of Irish Foreign Policy during the Early Cold War, 1949–59 - Irish Studies in International Affairs...

Hesitant Europeans, Self-Defeating Irredentists and Security Free-Riders? West German Assessments of Irish Foreign Policy during the Early Cold War, 1949–59 - Irish Studies in International Affairs... | My Research Workspace 20 | Scoop.it
Researcher 20's insight:

Irish were regarded as Hesitsant Europeans by West Germans during the cold war.

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Features Editor's comment, September 27, 2013 3:50 PM
Do you think we could run a feature linking this into the 'Plato's cave' debate on Irish neutrality postwar?
Researcher 20's comment, September 27, 2013 3:57 PM
It is well known that that many Irish went to the US during the famine and after. However, less well known is that many Irish also emigrated to Europe.
Researcher 20's comment, September 27, 2013 3:59 PM
Particulary during the cold war the Irish were regarded as hesitant Europeans - that only changed later, when European Integration was more facilitated, and Irish foreign policy become more conversative and cautious.
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Researcher 20's insight:

Emigration and Imigration: not all people went out of Ireland, some went in

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Irish Perspectives on the Vietnam War - Irish Studies in International Affairs - Volume 14, Volume 14 / 2003 - The Royal Irish Academy

Irish Perspectives on the Vietnam War - Irish Studies in International Affairs - Volume 14, Volume 14 / 2003 - The Royal Irish Academy | My Research Workspace 20 | Scoop.it
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in 2003 Irish foreign policy was conservative and cautious.

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Features Editor's comment, September 27, 2013 3:43 PM
Great scoop - when you get to writing a synopsis on this piece it would be great to see how Irish FP evolved over time if you have any insights into this