Dublin Review

The Dublin Review - Issue 26

9/11 and The Seminar Room: The Attacks and the Two Americas, Then and Now 

#45 - Winter 2011

Nicaragua Revisited
At a traffic roundabout in Managua, in the middle of a hot, drizzly grey day, a few men have gathered around a sign advertising a new open-air revolutionary museum...

#43 - Summer 2011

The Twilight of Irish Catholic New York
In Manhattan and the Bronx, the new Latino face of Catholic America. . .

#39 - Summer 2010

‘Forgive Me, Mother, for my Crazy Life’
The Mara Salvatrucha – a.k.a. the most dangerous gang in the world – on trial. . .

#31 - Summer 2008

Mosley in Ireland
The British fascist and his Irish homes and causes . . .

#26 - Spring 2007

Miami Revisited

#23 - Summer 2006

A Smell of Oil

#13 - Winter 2003



New Statesman

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Why 1916 still decides Irish elections after a century 

3 March 2016

The triumphs and errors of Éamon de Valera 

11 January 2016

Ryszard Kapuscinski: The Weaving of a Subtle, Insidious Legend

20 September 2012

The Dream of the Celt by Mario Vargas Llosa

13 June 2012

Bloody Sunday: Truths, Lies and the Saville Inquiry

5 March 2012

To End All Wars: How the First World War Divided Britain

4 July 2011

Behind the Irish Crisis

27 April 2011

Last of the Irish Rovers?

9 December 2010

What if Latin America Ruled the World?

26 July 2010

The Woman Who Shot Mussolini

17 May 2010

The ghost in the machine: Keane: the Autobiography

16 September 2002

A Talent to Offend: Memoir: My Life and Themes, Conor Cruise O'Brien

1 January 1999

The Irish Times

Ireland before the Rising: From Gallipoli to the Little Tramp
From Gallipoli to the Little Tramp in "Dragons stirring: Ireland six months before the Rising", an Irish Times special supplement

18 November 2015