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23 Jul, 2020 08:18

Global Ireland

The Irish Republic’s historic and rival parties of state, Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael, have formed an unprecedented coalition to shut out the electoral rise of Sinn Féin, and the new government has inherited a stunning diplomatic success in the election to the UN Security Council. Alex Salmond talks to former Taoiseach, Bertie Ahern, the man who led Ireland through the Good Friday Agreement peace process, who spells out both the challenges and opportunities ahead, and urges caution on the timescale, but not the objective, of Irish unification.

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