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HOW APPROPRIATE that the first speaker to address Micheál Martin’s opening panel at the forum on security policy (see also p11) this month should be Renata Dwan, deputy director of British military think-tank Chatham House (CH), which is stuffed with HMG’s military and intelligence types. Otherwise known as the Royal Institute of International Affairs, CH... Read more »

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