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A history of Ireland in international relations / Owen McGee.

By: McGee, Owen.
Publisher: Dublin : Irish Academic Press, 2020Description: 360 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781788551137 (pbk.) :.Subject(s): Ireland -- Foreign relationsDDC classification: 327.415 Summary: This essential new history of the Irish state is a study of Ireland's international profile on the world stage, rather than its party politics. Against a global backdrop, it offers a fresh and analytical study of the origins of the Irish state, the Irish revolution and the growth of Irish diplomacy, from just six consulates in the 1920s to over sixty embassies by the 2010s. Through original research and analysis, historian Owen McGee explores how Ireland's economic performance formed a perpetual context for its role in international relations, and also locates Ireland's place within evolving European, American and United Nations debates, resulting in the first comprehensive and incisive overview of a century of Irish diplomacy.
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This essential new history of the Irish state is a study of Ireland's international profile on the world stage, rather than its party politics. Against a global backdrop, it offers a fresh and analytical study of the origins of the Irish state, the Irish revolution and the growth of Irish diplomacy, from just six consulates in the 1920s to over sixty embassies by the 2010s. Through original research and analysis, historian Owen McGee explores how Ireland's economic performance formed a perpetual context for its role in international relations, and also locates Ireland's place within evolving European, American and United Nations debates, resulting in the first comprehensive and incisive overview of a century of Irish diplomacy.

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