Riding three horses at once: Ireland’s EU membership as a national development strategy
Simple fables about the Irish Republic’s oppression at the hands of the ‘Troika’ do little to explain its deep commitment to EU membership. This forms part of a decades-long strategy of national economic development, based on reaping the gains of simultaneous exposure to British, US and European capital.
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