Riding three horses at once: Ireland’s EU membership as a national development strategy

Summer 2019

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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