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This list is incomplete. I’m working on it but it will take some time. A lot of stories are not listed, possibly in the hundreds, certainly dozens.


2014

March

28: Ireland renews push for offshore oil and gas, Monitor Global Outlook
17: Ireland’s new challenge: ‘brain drain’, CS Monitor Daily News Briefing
16: Irish ask: What’s the big deal about letting gays in St. Pat’s parades? (Yahoo News, synd.)
16: Irish ask: What’s the big deal about letting gays in St. Pat’s parades?, CS Monitor
15: A new great Irish emigration, this time of the educated, Yahoo News (synd.)
15: A new great Irish emigration, this time of the educated, CS Monitor
14: St. Patrick’s Day challenge: How much do you really know about Ireland?, CS Monitor

February

28: Is ‘secret immunity’ for IRA suspects really to blame for new N. Ireland controversy?, Yahoo News (synd.)
28: Is ‘secret immunity’ for IRA suspects really to blame for new N. Ireland controversy?, CS Monitor
2: Dossier: La BCE, l’union de la discorde ?, appearance on Vox Pop, Arte TV (France and Germany)


2013

October
16: Briefing: Greece’s Golden Dawn, CS Monitor Weekly (edition dated October 21)
3: Briefing: Golden Dawn: five things to know about Greece’s ‘neo-Nazi’ party, CS Monitor

September
26: Is Ireland turning its back on Guinness?, CS Monitor

July
26: Abort, abort! NSFW Corp
25: Pope Francis’ socialism of fools, NSFW Corp
17: Appeared on Russia Today (RT) television, discussing Belfast riots
17: New yet old ‘troubles’ rock Belfast, CS Monitor Daily News Briefing
16: New protests, same ‘troubles’ as riots roil Belfast, CS Monitor
11: Despite fiery all-night debate, Ireland’s abortion bill inches toward law, CS Monitor
5: The Morsi code, NSFW Corp
1: Ignoring the Elephant, CS Monitor Weekly

June
20: ‘Yes, officer, both those passports are mine’, NSFW Corp
18: G8 wraps with progress on tax evasion – but not on Syria, Yahoo News (synd.)
18: G8 wraps with progress on tax evasion – but not on Syria, CS Monitor
17: Tough G8 summit awaits Obama in Belfast, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
17: Obama arrives for tough G8 summit in Northern Ireland, Yahoo News (synd.)
17: Obama arrives for tough G8 summit in Northern Ireland, CS Monitor
16: G8 summit: Leaders head to Northern Ireland, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
16: Changing times: G8 leaders head to bucolic Northern Ireland, Yahoo News (synd.)
16: Changing times: G8 leaders head to bucolic Northern Ireland, CS Monitor
13; The ear of the storm, NSFW Corp

May
31: Tax-free radicals, NSFW Corp
23: 23: With G8 leaders on the way, Northern Ireland ramps up security, Yahoo News (synd.)
23: With G8 leaders on the way, Northern Ireland ramps up security, CS Monitor
22: Distributing paranoia, NSFW Corp
22: US tech giants: Ireland a tax haven, CS Monitor Daily News Briefing
21: Google, Apple draw transatlantic ire over ‘double Irish’ tax haven, CS Monito
1: Irish bill brings more clarity – and more heat – to abortion debate, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
1: Irish bill brings more clarity – and more heat – to abortion debate, Yahoo News (synd.)
1: Irish bill brings more clarity – and more heat – to abortion debate, CS Monitor

April
29: Ireland’s coalition government riven by new abortion law, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
29: Ireland’s coalition government riven by new abortion law, Yahoo News (synd.)
29: Ireland’s coalition government riven by new abortion law, CS Monitor
24: Abortion: make the case in public, not in court, Spiked
18: Rhino head heist: Half a million euros’ worth stolen from Irish museum, Yahoo News (synd.)
18: Rhino head heist: Half a million euros’ worth stolen from Irish museum, CS Monitor
17: Ireland takes step toward gay marriage rights, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
17: Ireland takes step toward gay marriage rights, Minn Post (synd.)
16: Ireland takes step toward gay marriage rights, Yahoo News (synd.)
16: Ireland takes step toward gay marriage rights, CS Monitor
13: Who’s really behind ‘I’m in love with Margaret Thatcher’? Yahoo News (synd.)
13: Who’s really behind ‘I’m in love with Margaret Thatcher’?, CS Monitor
12: Irish bank forges in the smithy of its soul a botched James Joyce coin, Yahoo News (synd.)
12: Irish bank forges in the smithy of its soul a botched James Joyce coin, CS Monitor
11: British Euroskeptics claim Thatcher, but was she in their camp?, Yahoo News (synd.)
11: British Euroskeptics claim Thatcher, but was she in their camp?, CS Monitor
10: 15 years after Good Friday Agreement, an imperfect peace in Northern Ireland, Yahoo News (synd.)
10: 15 years after Good Friday Agreement, an imperfect peace in Northern Ireland, CS Monitor
9: Maggie was not the problem, NSFW Corp
8: In Ireland, the ‘Iron Lady’ leaves behind a complicated legacy, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
8: In Ireland, the ‘Iron Lady’ leaves behind a complicated legacy, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
8: Margaret Thatcher leaves mixed legacy in Ireland, Yahoo News (synd.)
8: Margaret Thatcher leaves mixed legacy in Ireland, CS Monitor

March
28: British papers rebel as UK press regulation moves closer to reality, Minn Post (synd.)
27: British papers condemn UK press regulation edging closer to reality, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
27: British papers rebel as UK press regulation moves closer to reality, Yahoo News (synd.)
27: British papers rebel as UK press regulation moves closer to reality, CS Monitor
27: Could Ireland’s press regulation system work in Britain, Yahoo News (synd.)
27: Could Ireland’s press regulation system work in Britain?, CS Monitor
17: More an immigrant holiday, St. Patrick’s Day has come home to Ireland, CS Monitor
15: How European Catholics see Pope Francis, Yahoo News (synd.)
15: How European Catholics see Pope Francis, CS Monitor

February
15: Horsemeat scandal spreads, testing EU’s reputation for food standards, Yahoo News (synd.)
15: Horsemeat-tainted beef testing integrity of EU food standards, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
15: Horsemeat scandal spreads, testing EU’s reputation for food standards, CS Monitor
8: Irish beef avoids EU budget chop. Is agricultural subsidy reform on the menu?, Yahoo News (synd.)
8: Irish beef avoids EU budget chop. Is agricultural subsidy reform on the menu?, CS Monitor
7: ECB nod allows Ireland to shut down toxic bank, easing debt pressures, CS Monitor
5: For Northern Irish republicans, life is hard, but life is good, CS Monitor
5: A new, different kind of ‘troubles’ in Northern Ireland, CS Monitor

January
25: ‘The answer to speech you don’t like is more speech’, Spiked
23: Contrary to reports, the Irish haven’t legalized drunk driving, Yahoo News (synd.)
23: Contrary to reports, the Irish haven’t legalized drunk driving, CS Monitor
23: Behind Irish walls, CS Monitor Weekly (dated Jan 28)
15: Appeared on Russia Today (RT) television, discussing Belfast riots
12: Appeared on Russia Today (RT) television, discussing Belfast riots
6: Why Ireland changed license plate protocol, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
6: Appeared on Russia Today (RT) television, discussing Belfast riots
3: Did you buy that car in 2013? Why Ireland changed its license plates, CS Monitor
3: Why Ireland’s new abortion law is mad, Spiked


2012

December
19: Ireland announces abortion law reforms, leaving no one satisfied, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
19: Ireland announces abortion law reforms, leaving no one satisfied, Minn Post (synd.)
18: Ireland announces abortion law reforms, leaving no one satisfied, Yahoo News (synd.)
18: Ireland announces abortion law reforms, leaving no one satisfied, CS Monitor
13: 1989 Belfast murder: collusion cited, CS Monitor Daily News Briefing
13: N. Irish police involved in Belfast lawyer’s 1989 murder, says report, Minn Post (synd.)
12: Report: North Irish police were involved 1989 murder of Belfast lawyer, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
12: N. Irish police involved in Belfast lawyer’s 1989 murder, says report, Yahoo News (synd.)
12: N. Irish police involved in Belfast lawyer’s 1989 murder, says report, CS Monitor
11: Appeared on Russia Today (RT) television, discussing Belfast riots
11: How the ‘peace process’ provokes violence, Spiked
10: Riots erupt in Northern Ireland, CS Monitor Daily News Briefing
10: Six days of riots erupt in the ‘New Northern Ireland’, Minn Post (synd.)
9: The ‘New’ Northern Ireland explodes in riots after Union Jack offense, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
9: Six days of riots erupt in the ‘New Northern Ireland’, Yahoo News (synd.)
9: Six days of riots erupt in the ‘New Northern Ireland’, CS Monitor
3: Boy or girl, Kate’s royal offspring likely to reign – eventually, CS Monitor

November
30: Ireland shows why press controls are not the solution, City A.M.
19: Thousands protest in Ireland to liberalize abortion laws, Minn Post (synd.)
19: Irish protest raises abortion issue, CS Monitor Daily News Briefing
17: Thousands protest in Ireland to liberalize abortion laws, Yahoo News (synd.)
17: Protesters demand changes to Irish abortion laws take to the streets of Dublin, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
17: Thousands protest in Ireland to liberalize abortion laws, CS Monitor
15: Irish abortion debate inflamed by pregnant woman’s death, Minn Post (synd.)
14: Pregnant woman dies in Ireland after denied life saving abortion. Uproar fans pro-life, pro-choice flames, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
14: Irish abortion debate inflamed by pregnant woman’s death, Yahoo News (synd.)
14: Irish abortion debate inflamed by pregnant woman’s death, CS Monitor
6: Obama victory a sure thing? A top Irish bookmaker thinks so, Yahoo News (synd.)
6: Obama victory a sure thing? A top Irish bookmaker thinks so, CS Monitor
1: Hi-tech, safe ‘cigarette’ may soon be up in smoke, Irish Examiner

October
26: Do we really need the state at all?, Spiked
24: Obama’s comfortable lead over Romney – in Ireland, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
23: Obama enjoys comfortable edge over Romney – in Ireland, Yahoo News (synd.)
23: Obama enjoys comfortable edge over Romney – in Ireland, CS Monitor
15: Still room for conflict, CS Monitor Weekly
12: Abortion debate heats up in Ireland as law revision looms, Yahoo News (synd.)
12: Abortion debate heats up in Ireland as law revision looms, CS Monitor
2: Will this year’s Turner Prize winner stand among the all-time greats?, The Independent

September
30: Northern Ireland: Why is Sinn Fein aggrieved?, Alaska Dispatch (synd.) Note: This headline is misleading, in my opinion
28: The Troubles are over. So why is Northern Ireland still so unsettled?, Yahoo News (synd.)
28: The Troubles are over. So why is Northern Ireland still so unsettled?, Minn Post (synd.)
28: The Troubles are over. So why is Northern Ireland still so unsettled?, CS Monitor
23: Ireland’s gaelic football final: It’s not about the money, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
22: Ireland’s gaelic football final: playing for glory, but not a paycheck, Yahoo News (synd.)
22: Ireland’s gaelic football final: playing for glory, but not a paycheck, The Record (New Jersey/Bergen; NorthJersey.com) (synd.)
22: Ireland’s gaelic football final: playing for glory, but not a paycheck, CS Monitor
21: Where etiquette meets realpolitik, Idea magazine
20: The princess and the pornographer, Spiked
13: Is our web love affair over?, Irish Examiner
6: Rioting for more cultural recognition, Spiked
5: The North: A cautionary tale of reconciliation, Irish Examiner

August
30: The prince and the public interest, PressEurop
28: Cometh the hour, cometh the (same) man, PressEurop
28: Decline of the Euro vacation, CS Monitor Weekly (edition dated week of September 3)
22: Long Cherished, the Shorter Workweek Loses Ground in Europe, CNBC (synd.)
22: Long cherished, the shorter workweek loses ground in Europe, Axcess News, (synd.)
22: Long cherished, the shorter workweek loses ground in Europe, Minn Post (synd.)
21: Welcome to the new economy: Europeans suffer under US working hours, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
21: Long cherished, the shorter workweek loses ground in Europe, Yahoo News (synd.)
21: Long cherished, the shorter workweek loses ground in Europe, CS Monitor
15: Wi-Fi networking tested for disasters, CS Monitor Daily News Briefing
14: Checklist for disaster first-responders: food, blankets – and wi-fi, Yahoo News (synd.)
14: Food, blankets, wi-fi: Natural disaster emergency checklist, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
14: Checklist for disaster first-responders: food, blankets – and wi-fi, CS Monitor
10: The man who made the case for discrimination, Spiked
7: Katie Taylor: Ireland’s unlikely heroine, Spiked

July
15: Political union: time to take sides, PressEurop
14: Boston College’s ‘Belfast project’: ticking time bomb that’s about to blow up, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
13: US ruling reopens old ‘Troubles’ in Northern Ireland, Yahoo News (synd.)
13: US ruling reopens old ‘Troubles’ in Northern Ireland, CS Monitor
12: A chilling threat to historical research, Spiked
10: No small potatoes, CNBC European Business magazine

June
28: Queen helps send ‘powerful signal’, CS Monitor Daily News Briefing
27: Historic handshake between British queen and Irish republican, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
27: Historic handshake between British queen and Irish republican, Yahoo News (synd.)
27: Historic handshake between British queen and Irish republican, CS Monitor
27: The numbers game, Idea magazine
8: Hot Spot: Thomas Street, Dublin, CNBC European Business Magazine

May
31: EU treaty vote leads Irish to ask if it’s worth the cost of membership, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
31: As Ireland votes on EU treaty, many ask if it’s worth cost of membership, Yahoo News (synd.)
31: As Ireland votes on EU treaty, many ask if it’s worth cost of membership, CS Monitor
23: How smokers’ rights are being vapourised, Spiked

April
18: Mobile gaming blasts off, Idea magazine
17: The snobbery of the anti-Titanic crew, Spiked
9: Irish left leads a tax revolt, CS Monitor Weekly
5: Belfast hopes to rise off ‘unsinkable’ heritage of Titanic, Washington Times
2: ‘Tea Party socialists?’ Why the left is leading a tax revolt in Ireland, Minn Post (synd.)
2: Socialists lead a tax revolt in Ireland, CS Monitor Daily News Briefing
1: ‘Tea Party socialists?’ Why the left is leading a tax revolt in Ireland, Yahoo News (synd.)
1: ‘Tea Party socialists’ leading leftist Irish tax revolt?, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
1: ‘Tea Party socialists?’ Why the left is leading a tax revolt in Ireland, CS Monitor

March
15: Europe disunited, PressEurop
1: Ireland votes — will Europe listen?, PressEurop

February
29: Ireland may get concessions in exchange for ‘yes’ on EU fiscal treaty, Minn Post (synd.)
28: Ireland may get concessions in exchange for ‘yes’ on EU fiscal treaty, CS Monitor
12: Europe’s Internet revolt: protesters see threats in antipiracy treaty, Oregon Herald (synd.)
12: A model to save newspapers: Where paywalls actually work, Oregon Herald (synd.)
11: Europe’s Internet revolt: protesters see threats in antipiracy treaty, Yahoo News (synd.)
11: Europe’s Internet revolt: protesters see threats in antipiracy treaty, CS Monitor
11: In Eastern Europe, paywall pioneers are making journalism pay, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
11: A model to save newspapers: Where paywalls actually work, Yahoo News (synd.)
11: A model to save newspapers: Where paywalls actually work, CS Monitor
10: In Ireland, EU treaty on debt remains in doubt, Minn Post (synd.)
9: In Ireland, EU treaty on debt remains in doubt, CS Monitor
8: Who is willing to pay for online news? Slovakia. (dated February 12, 2012), CS Monitor print weekly
7: Bucharest’s blues, PressEurop
4: Facebook on collision course with new EU privacy laws, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
3: Facebook on collision course with new EU privacy laws, Oregon Herald (synd.)
3: Facebook on collision course with new EU privacy laws, Yahoo News (synd.)
3: Facebook on collision course with new EU privacy laws, CS Monitor

January
31: Europe’s lurch backward, PressEurop
29: Tax evaders in Greece, Spain and Italy better beware, USA Today (un-bylined contribution from Ireland)
27: Immaterial world, PressEurop
27: There’s more to progress than biology, Spiked
2 and 9: Euro crisis, CS Monitor Weekly

2011

December

30: In Europe, debate grows over new nuclear power, Washington Times
23: How everyday life became a mental-health issue, Spiked
21: No extradition for Irishman accused of selling North Korean forged dollars, Oregon Herald (synd.)
21: No extradition for Irishman accused of selling North Korean forged dollars, Yahoo News (synd.)
21: No extradition for Irishman accused of selling North Korean forged dollars, CS Monitor
12: Politics leaves the EU, PressEurop
12: EU debt deal may be divisive for Europe, USA Today
9: France, Germany push for balanced budgets, USA Today
9: EU nations except Britain agree on new treaty to save euro, USA Today (un-bylined minor contribution)
9: Eurozone crisis: Who wants what, Yahoo (synd.)
9: Eurozone crisis: Who wants what, CS Monitor
9: Why Germany raises ire in a struggling Europe, Minn Post (synd.)
8: Why Germany raises ire in a struggling Europe, Yahoo News (synd.)
8: Why Germany raises ire in a struggling Europe, CS Monitor
8: By what authority are you saying that?, PressEurop
8: How an obscure rule could trample EU dissenters, Minn Post (synd.)
7: Can Van Rompuy bypass a referendum?, PressEurop
7: How an obscure rule could trample EU dissenters, Oregon Herald (synd.)
7: How an obscure rule could trample EU dissenters, Yahoo News (synd.)
7: How an obscure rule could trample EU dissenters, CS Monitor
6: Why Germany raises ire, CS Monitor print weekly (dated December 12, 2011)
1: Mad or just bad, Breivik is not a harbinger of things to come, PressEurop

November
30: Internet providers can’t be forced to spy on their users, says European court, Business Insider (synd.)
30: European Court: Internet providers can’t be forced to monitor users, Oregon Herald (synd.)
30: At long last, Belgium nearing a government, Washington Times
29: European Court: No big brother for Internet users, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
29: European Court: Internet providers can’t be forced to monitor users. Yahoo News (synd.)
29: European Court: Internet providers can’t be forced to monitor users, CS Monitor
28: Press delete, PressEurop
24: Don’t invest too much in bank-bashing, PressEurop
18: Europe debt crisis spreads to stronger economies, Minn Post (synd.)
17: European debt crisis spreading beyond weaker economies, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
17: European Debt Crisis Spreads to Stronger Economies, The National Herald (synd.); (Greek-American newspaper in NY)
17: Europe debt crisis ‘contagion’ grows, CS Monitor Daily News Briefing
16: Europe debt crisis spreads to stronger economies, Yahoo News (synd.)
16: Europe debt crisis spreads to stronger economies, CS Monitor
16: ‘Occupy’ could do with an occupation, PressEurop
14: A how many speeds Europe?, PressEurop
11: All eyes on Europe, PressEurop
6: Talking business, Sunday Business Post

October
28: With EU plan set: Let the doubting now begin, USA Today
27: Will Ireland’s next president be a reality TV show star?, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
27: Is the man from Dragon’s Den Ireland’s next president?, Yahoo News (synd.)
27: Is the man from Dragon’s Den Ireland’s next president?, CS Monitor
27: EU debt deal cuts Greece a break, USA Today
27: Irish have pick of colorful candidates, Washington Times
27: EU talks stutter-step toward an agreement, USA Today
26: EU leaders tackle debt crisis, USA Today
26: Action to rescue euro countries may not save the EU, USA Today
26: Irish presidential race attracts motley crew of candidates, Washington Times
26: Behind EU’s financial crisis is a larger question of unity, USA Today
14: European men losing jobs faster than women, Yahoo News (synd.)
14: European men losing jobs faster than women, Alaska Dispatch
14: European men losing jobs faster than women, CS Monitor
12: In Europe, economic meltdown tears at unity, USA Today
2: La ‘vía irlandesa’: bajada de la vivienda y austeridad, (The ‘Irish way’: housing decline and austerity), El Mundo
2: NAS feature, Sunday Business Post

September
30: What now for the cause of Irish freedom?, Spiked Review of Books
20: Germany faces backlash from closing nuclear plants, Washington Times
19: EU integration is the last thing we need, Spiked
17: Mothers, wives also guilty of cover-up, says cleric, Irish Times
16: Why the ICC likely won’t charge pope over Catholic Church sex abuses, Minn Post (synd.)
15: Here’s why the pope won’t be charged for covering up child sex abuse scandals, Business Insider (synd.)
15: Why the ICC likely won’t charge pope over Catholic Church sex abuses, Yahoo News (synd.)
15: Pope unlikely to face charges over church sex abuse, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
15: Why the ICC likely won’t charge pope over Catholic Church sex abuses, CS Monitor
5: Can Germany kick its nuke habit?
, Global Post
4: Making The Smart Choice, Sunday Business Post

August
30: Struggling Dublin archdiocese considers tax on ebbing faithful, Washington Times
11: ‘Eurobonds’ anyone? Officials call for EU-wide fiscal policies to ease debt crisis, Minn Post (synd.)
10: As U.S. markets dip, European debt crisis continues, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
10: ‘Eurobonds’ anyone? Officials call for EU-wide fiscal policies to ease debt crisis, Yahoo News (synd.)
10: ‘Eurobonds’ anyone? Officials call for EU-wide fiscal policies to ease debt crisis, CS Monitor

July
20: British prime minister feels singe of scandal, Washington Times
19: Murdoch apologizes and dodges blame, Washington Times
14: Ireland pushes for legislation to force church to report sexual abuse, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
14: Ireland moving to compel church to report sexual abuse, Yahoo News (synd.)
14: Ireland moving to compel church to report sexual abuse, CS Monitor
13: Murdoch drops bid to fully control BSkyB, Washington TImes
12: Murdoch biographer says hacking scandal could take down key executives, CS Monitor
11: Contributed to: Murdoch’s influence in question, BskyB deal in doubt, CS Monitor
10: Murdoch tries to contain effects of hacking scandal, Washington Times
8: News of the World brings light to reporter-police relationships, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
8: News of the World scandal: How often do reporters pay off police?, CS Monitor
8: British phone hacking scandal hits second tabloid, crosses borders, Yahoo News (synd.)
8: News of the World scandal spreads, former Cameron aide arrested, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
8: British phone hacking scandal hits second tabloid, crosses borders, CS Monitor
8: Tabloid phone hacking scandal spreads, former Cameron aide arrested, Yahoo News (synd.)
8: Tabloid phone hacking scandal spreads, former Cameron aide arrested, CS Monitor
7: Cracks show even as european union tries to grow, Washington Times
7: Minor contribution to: UK reacts to closure of News of the World, CS Monitor
3: Papers don’t refuse ink, Sunday Business Post

June
29: Google Ideas’s new ‘think-do’ tank takes on violent extremism, CS Monitor
29: Team Great Britain at 2012 Olympics? Scotland, Wales cry foul over ‘historic deal.’, Yahoo News (synd.)
29: Team Great Britain at 2012 Olympics? Scotland, Wales cry foul over ‘historic deal.’, CS Monitor
27: The costs of shoe leather…, Associated Reporters Abroad
23: Belfast riots renew calls for Protestant-Catholic dialogue, Minn Post (synd.)
22: Belfast riots renew calls for Protestant-Catholic dialogue, Yahoo News (synd.)
22: Belfast riots renew calls for Protestant-Catholic dialogue, CS Monitor
22: Northern Ireland violence raises questions about paramilitary group, Minn Post (synd.)
21: Northern Ireland violence raises questions about paramilitary group, Yahoo News (synd.)
21: Northern Ireland violence raises questions about paramilitary group, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
21: Northern Ireland violence raises questions about paramilitary group, CS Monitor
21: Environmentalists push to keep U.S., others from oil drilling in Arctic, Washington Times
5: Long live laptops, Sunday Business Post
4: Atheist confab in Ireland comes as Europe confronts religion in public life, Jewish World Review (synd.)
3: Atheist confab in Ireland comes as Europe confronts religion in public life, Alaska Dispatch (synd.)
3: Atheist confab in Ireland comes as Europe confronts religion in public life, CS Monitor

May
31: ‘Severed head of saint’ sells for £3,000, i (synd.)
31: Provenance uncertain, but ancient human head draws plenty of bidders, The Independent
26: Serbs arrest general wanted for Bosnian war atrocities, Washington Times
25: Volcano ash to test Europe’s readiness, Washington Times
23: Irish village embraces Obama as its own, CS Monitor
18: In Ireland, Queen Elizabeth writes new chapter with visit to Bloody Sunday site, CS Monitor
18: Queen’s visit to Ireland symbolizes more ‘normal’ relationship, Minn Post (synd.)
17: Queen’s visit to Ireland symbolizes more ‘normal’ relationship, CS Monitor
17: Ireland needs freedom — but not from Britain, Spiked
17: How will Ireland greet Queen Elizabeth’s historic visit?, Minn Post (synd.)
16: How will Ireland greet Queen Elizabeth?, NBC Today (synd.)
16: How will Ireland greet Queen Elizabeth’s historic visit?, CS Monitor
16: Queen’s first visit to Ireland set against tensions, Washington Times
11: The elusive European public, PressEurop
6: A right royal mess, PressEurop
2: Bin Laden’s demise occurred long before his death, PressEurop
1: Security in the could, Sunday Business Post
1: Cloud cover is the business for firms, Sunday Business Post
1: Breaking down the wall, Sunday Business Post
1: Fair game?, PC Live

April
28: On eve of Prince William wedding, some (former) aristocrats critique the royal mystique, CS Monitor
27: Wedding bells quiet Irish antipathy toward British royals – for now, CS Monitor
18: Forget me not, PressEurop
13: EU vs Facebook – the battle for privacy, PressEurop (synd.)
6: When it comes to Facebook, EU defends the ‘right to disappear’, CS Monitor
3: Why the cloud is talking sense, Sunday Business Post

March
28: Irska pouka, Forbes
21: So you think they’re watching?, Politico
3: Swapping one shade of austerity for another, Spiked

February
28: Enda Kenny hails ‘democratic revolution’ in Ireland, Minn Post (synd.)
27: Enda Kenny hails ‘democratic revolution’ in Ireland, CS Monitor
25: Irish election could produce historic shift in government, Minn Post (synd.)
25: Irish election could produce historic shift in government, CS Monitor
24: This is the most important election in Irish history – and I’m Santa, PressEurop
18: Fast forward to the Counter Reformation, Politico
10: Is the banking crisis an economical matter?, Irish Question
6: Servers feature (buyers’ guide), Sunday Business Post
5: Kenny’s unconvincing moralising sees him hoist by his own petard, NewsWhip

January

30: Was O’Toole’s Democracy Now stymied by an incoherent political platform?, NewsWhip
24: After tumultuous week, Ireland hits fast track on rebuilding government, CS Monitor

2010

December

23: Despite Greece’s 2011 austerity budget, a financial chill deepens in Europe, CS Monitor
21: From Eurostar to Heathrow, snowy Europe struggles to move, CS Monitor
16: There’s more to economics than tinkering with tax, Spiked
12: Is the chill wind blowing a new politics into Ireland?, NewsWhip
11: Press wallpapers country in Gerry Ryan coverage, NewsWhip
9: Wanted: Germany’s economy, not its opinions, PressEurop
8: Ireland cringes as chill of austerity budget sets in, CS Monitor
5: A marriage of multifunctions, Sunday Business Post
3: “Anglo is not a bank and Nama is its doppelganger”, NewsWhip
2: Will Ireland turn against Europe?, PressEurop
2: Bailout or bust: what burning the bondholders would actually mean, NewsWhip
1: Twitter: Green party says Fianna Fáil to blame, NewsWhip
1: Tearful goodbye from Greens, Newswhip

November

30: Who’s against the “bailout”? Almost everyone, Slugger O’Toole
29: Irish protest – sort of – as bailout details emerge, CS Monitor
25: Save the euro – beggar Ireland!, PressEurop
23: Ireland confronts political mutiny in wake of bailout, Minn Post (synd.)
22: Ireland confronts political mutiny in wake of bailout, CS Monitor
22: Young Irish flee ‘Celtic Tiger’ for a better life, Minn Post (synd.)
21: Ireland bailout: Young Irish flee ‘Celtic Tiger’ for a better life, CS Monitor
19: What a $100 billion EU aid package means for Ireland, Minn Post (synd.)
18: What a $100 billion EU aid package means for Ireland, CS Monitor
16: Ireland gives thumbs down to EU bailout, CS Monitor
16: A reeling bond market has EU members pushing for Ireland bailout, Minn Post (with Robert Marquand), (synd.)
15: A reeling bond market has EU members pushing for Ireland bailout, CS Monitor (with Robert Marquand)
7: ???, Sunday Business Post

October

26: €15 billion in cuts? EU must be joking!, PressEurop
11: Ireland’s Labour party: popular by default, Spiked
11: EU and the abdication of sovereignty, PressEurop
9: What does economic collapse look like, Slugger O’Toole
3: ???, Sunday Business Post
1: Taxing times in Ireland, Slugger O’Toole

September

6: Dumbing down? Wise up!, PressEurop
5: ???, Sunday Business Post
3: Love China, Hate China, PressEurop
2: Work for free, PressEurop

August

26: Macs in the UK: Apple has become mainstream, LEM
25: The clerical bomb squad?, PressEurop
25: How I learned to stop worrying and hate my netbook, LEM
24: Europe from America, PressEurop
24: Did a Catholic priest assist an IRA murder in Northern Ireland, CS Monitor
14: All in our heads: have we taken psychiatry too far?, Irish Times
13: German growth is good, but it’s not enough, PressEurop
13: Eurotax kite won’t fly because EU is a club, not a union, PressEurop
13: Pakistan, the EU and us: a holiday in someone else’s misery, PressEurop
9: Is Europe building Big Brother?, PressEurop (synd.)
4: Is Europe building Big Brother?, Minn Post (synd.)
1: Is Europe building Big Brother?, CS Monitor

July

30: A misunderstanding: shyness is not a disorder, Irish Examiner
14: Ireland: A jobless recovery is no recovery at all, Spiked
18: Don’t get caught in the net, Sunday Business Post
4: The importance of self-defence, Sunday Business Post
4: Making security your top priority, Sunday Business Post
4: Meeting the burning need for firewalls, Sunday Business Post
4: Protect yourself with the best security, Sunday Business Post
1: Broadcast news, PC Live

June

17: Objectif: plaire aux marches, Courrier International
15: Saville Report on Bloody Sunday exonerates victims
13: Boycott Israeli gays?, Forth
9: Microsoft needn’t fear Apple’s market cap, Teic
9: Market crap, Forth
8: Irish needed in Blackrock Park, Forth
7: Oxfams to the left of me, Oxfams to the right. Business? Missing in action, Forth
6: Anglo Keynesian government, Forth
5: In case you missed: Jesus of Montréal, Forth
4: The cost of outrage, Forth
3: This is no bailout of Greece, Forth
2: Austerity: ask not what your country can do for you, ask what it will do to you, Forth

May

31: Let’s kill ‘heritage Irish’, Forth
26: Ireland: the hard path to austerity, CS Monitor
13: Q&A: Robin Ramsay, Forth
12: Storming the teacup, Forth
11: Pope Benedict blames ‘sin inside the church’ for Vatican’s woes, CS Monitor
11: Drugged-up, dumbed-down, Forth
7: Greek lessons, Forth
5: Happy ‘it doesn’t matter who you vote for, the government still gets in’ day, Forth
5: News of the world, Forth
4: Ireland’s airports re-open as Iceland volcanic ash cloud dissipates, but more may be on the way, CS Monitor
4: Cult zero, Forth
3: Rotting from the core, Humanism Ireland
2: Security compliance is at your fingertips, Sunday Business Post
2: Billing at your fingertips, Sunday Business Post

April

29: Northern Ireland’s war is over, CS Monitor Weekly
6: Indian priest in Minnesota sex-abuse case further tests Pope Benedict, Minn Post (synd.)
5: Indian priest sex abuse case continues to test Pope Benedict, CS Monitor

February

28: Chilean earthquake demonstrates the importance of development, Forth
28: Slumming it, Forth
27: Aesthetics matter—especially in computing, Teic
27: Two cheers for tabloids, Forth
25: No platform for liberals, Forth
25: I love the underclass, Forth
24: Another day, another resignation, Forth
24: Professional wrestling, not the Enlightenment, Forth
24: Ireland’s incredible shrinking (public) sphere, Forth
23: Republicanism, not magical thinking, Forth
22: Sorry, but it’s time to say goodbye to public apologies, Forth
21: Ireland’s bankrupt politics, Forth
21: No place like home, Forth
20: Humanity’s press, Forth
20: Aides-memoires: Seán’s house, Forth
19: Exchanging ideology for identity, Forth
19: The Greek disease, Forth
18: European art and the financial crisis: yes, it matters, Global Comment
18: O’Dea gravedigging, Forth
17: Last chance salon, Forth
17: The euro economy in your pocket, Forth
15: George Lee and the HSE, Forth
14: Resigning themselves to failure, Forth
14: Aides-memoires: Revolting, Forth
13: Artwork of the week: Tarkovsky’s Polaroids, Forth
12: Obama’s failures shouldn’t depress politics, Forth
11: Information doesn’t want to be free, Forth
11: Apple’s ironic interface, Forth
9: In praise of the Winter Olympics, Forth
9: Is it all about Lee, Forth
9: Hooray for sweatshops, Forth
7: Secure hardware disposal, Sunday Business Post
7: Aides-memoires: Leaving
6: Troubled in a mad world, Forth
6: 1969 and all that, Forth
6: Republican thinking, Forth
6: Free the MP three, Forth
5: The high walls, Forth
5: One group of people was left out of the ‘historic’ agreement at Hillsborough, Forth
4: Tómas Mac Giolla dies, aged 86, Forth
3: Why Ireland needs a new politics, Spiked
2: The eternal procession, Forth
2: Pay attention to the Church? Count me out?, Forth
2: Julie Bindel can say whatever she wants—and so can the Pope, Forth
2: Dublin City Council’s wrongheaded assault on motorists, Forth
2: The iPad shows the failure of journalism, LEM
1: Tech journalism: where standards go to die, Teic

January

31: Dark green future, Forth
31: Protestant exodus or sectarian reporting, Forth
31: A plea for attention, Forth
30: Lillis manslaughter: let’s not have a battle of the sexes, Forth
30: Saab’s Scandinavian Cool, Forth
30: Review: The Steep Approach to Garbadale, Forth
29: Northern Ireland: powersharing dispute threatens to freeze peace process, CS Monitor
29: iPad critics are as dull as its fanatics, Teic
28: Wrong about rights, Forth
28: Marching orders, Forth
28: An Irish language ‘elite’ may be good news, Forth
27: New Irish political party seeks to make impact before 2012, Forth
26: Is once-maligned Irish language the marker of a new Ireland elite?, CS Monitor
26: Is speaking ‘Gaelic’ sign of a new Irish elite, McClatchy, Washington DC (synd.)
26: Cameron’s unionist blunder, the Guardian
25: Environmentalists: nature’s conservatives, Global Comment
23: Nuclear options on the North, Forth
22: Twitter terror? Man arrested for venting about canceled flight, Minn Post (synd.)
22: Twitter terror? Man arrested for venting about cancelled flight, CS Monitor
22: Raped by the language police, Forth
21: Windows 7 doesn’t exist (and neither does Snow Leopard), Teic
21: Dissident republicans? The chance would be a fine thing, Forth
20: You want real politics? Get rid of PR, Forth
20: Why I didn’t wait for the Apple tablet, LEM
19: Moral dilemma: what will replace the church as our moral compass, Irish Times
19: Paul Chambers: ‘Privacy is dead, get over it’ is not good enough, Global Comment
18: Internet joke led to Terror Act arrest and airport lifetime ban, the Independent
18: Processed peace, Forth
17: Haiti: impoverished but not for sale, Forth
15: From Google to Free Tibet: an image of a big, bad, horrific China, Global Comment
15: The tragic earthquake in Haiti throws Irish self-pity into sharp relief, Forth
13: Abolish the councils, Forth
12: The pretend politics of a fantasy state, Spiked
11: A river of crocodile tears over the Gerry Adams affair, Global Comment
11: The North’s permanent provisional government, Forth
9: Collared by the state, Humanism Ireland
8: Superpowerful, Irish Times
8: The tragedy of Iris, Forth
8: States of mind, Forth
7: It came from the grave, Teic.ie
7: Political sex means business as usual, Forth
7: States of mind, Forth
6: Peter Robinson’s marriage is least of N. Ireland assembly’s problems, Global Comment
6: Depression: cultivating vulnerability, Forth
6: It’s only snow!, Forth
6: Never mind the Robinsons, the North is ungovernable, Forth
5: An explosive state, Forth
4: Ireland: sex crime nation, Global Comment
2: Irish exceptionalism: we’re awful eejits, aren’t we

2009

December

30: Anatomy of a bomber: well-off, educated and incoherent, Forth
30: Mistaken (political) identity in execution, Forth
30: The decade of fear, Forth
23: Child abuse scandal rocks Irish republican leader Gerry Adams, CS Monitor
21: Hiding from the court of public opinion, Spiked
11: Research reveals video games are stimulating to the brain, Irish Times
8: Kick the state out of our bedrooms, the Guardian
7: Ireland, once a Catholic bastion, promises civil unions for same-sex couples, CS Monitor
2: Ireland report into abuse by Catholic priests finds police coverup, CS Monitor

November

23: Irish fans take on perfidious France, Spiked
21: Uncertain future for Belfast’s Jews, Irish Times
17: Why Northern Ireland is a one-party state, Spiked
5: No, I’m the real Irish republican, Spiked

October

23: Could IRA splinter groups bring back Northern Ireland’s Troubles?, CS Monitor
14: The decommissioning of Marxism, the Guardian
5: ‘Both sides indulged in scaremongering’, Spiked

September

19: The republican dissident dilemma in Northern Ireland, the Guardian
17: Rebels without a cause, Irish Examiner
14: Back to the 1970s?, Spiked
9: Questions remain on future of DAB radio, Irish Times
1: In Bloom: a history of Jewish Dublin, the Dubliner

August

29: Ulster unionism’s identity crisis, the Guardian
17: EU vote: the opposition will not be televised, Spiked
11: Content producers of the world unite!, Spiked
3: Orangemen, welcome to a united Ireland!, Spiked

July

20: Ireland’s bizarre war on blasphemy, Spiked
7: Lost property, Irish Times

June

May

April

29: Cometh the hour, cometh not the green man, Rising East
17: Autodesk to give CAD software free to architects and engineers without jobs, Irish Times
4: Hackers seek physical space outside the virtual world, Irish Times
1: European workers rebel as G-20 looms, CS Monitor

March

12: Northern Ireland tense as officials hunt for smuggled bomb, CS Monitor
11: Another Northern Ireland shooting: A return to the ‘Troubles?’, CS Monitor
9: Sinn Féin is walking a tightrope, the Guardian
8: Northern Ireland police chief: Rise in violence was anticipated, CS Monitor
5: Could Ireland join Schengen?, the Guardian
5: Irish uprising, Spiked
5: Saving grace, Construct Ireland
5: Green grocer, Construct Ireland
3: Rental revival gives tenants right to choose, Irish Times
2: Ireland’s boom ends—with a vengeance, CS Monitor

February

19: Welcome to austerity Ireland, the Guardian

January

5: Restoring order, Construct Ireland

2008

March
1: Discover what clients really want, .net magazine (issue 173)

2006

May

30: The hidden market (supercomputing article), Linux User and Developer (issue 62)
30: FOSS means business in Belfast, Linux User and Developer (issue 62)

Unknown dates:
Linux in the media lab, Linux User and Developer (issue 50)