Ireland and Collective Security

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Title: Ireland and Collective Security
Authors: Tonra, Ben
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Date: 6-Jan-2006
Abstract: The aim of this chapter is to reconsider Irish foreign, security and defence policy in the light of the State’s 50 - year long commitment to the UN’s system of collective security. It will contrast that commitment with Ire land’s ambivalence towards collective defence and will argue that the ‘neutrality’ debate in Ireland is premised upon a misunderstanding of collective security that has the potential to pose major policy challenges.
Type of material: Book Chapter
Publisher: Institute of Public Administration
Keywords: Irish foreign policySecurity and defenceNeutralityEuropean UnionUnited Nations
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Language: en
Status of Item: Not peer reviewed
Is part of: Kennedy, M. and McMahon, D. (eds). Obligations and Responsibilities: Ireland and the United Nations, 1955-2005
ISBN: 978-1-904541-36-3
Appears in Collections:Politics and International Relations Research Collection

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