Ronit Lentin examines the reality of the ‘migrant crisis’ which has seen thousands dying in pursuit of the hope of a new life free from war and misery.
Barry Finnegan looks into a trade deal that plans to sign away countries’ resources, rights and democratic processes.
Carol Quinlan takes a look at what the Bank Inquiry has shown us about Irish capitalism. The Banking Inquiry is now fully into its main investigation. It has been hearing evidence from senior bankers and over the next couple of months we’ll finally get to hear from the politicians themselves.
John Jefferies highlights the imbalance of RTÉ’s analysis of global conflict. The Republic of Ireland is a neutral country, not formally aligned to any military alliance and a once proud exponent of the non-aligned movement of countries at the UN, which refused to follow the agenda of the ‘Western powers’.