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TCD webinar: 'Documents on Irish Foreign Policy, Vol. XII: 1961-65: An assessment'

03 November 2020

The Trinity Long Room Hub recently hosted a webinar on the latest DIFP volume; listen back to the full recording.

On Wednesday 28 October 2020, as part of Trinity College Dublin's Centre for Contemporary Irish History Research Seminar Series, the Trinity Long Room Hub hosted a webinar on the next volume of the RIA's Documents on Irish Foreign Policy (DIFP) series, Documents on Irish Foreign Policy Vol. XII, 1961-1965. Taking part were Dr Michael Kennedy (Executive Editor, DIFP), Noel Dorr MRIA (former ambassador to the United Kingdom and former Secretary-General, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade), Dáithí O'Ceallaigh MRIA (former ambassador to United Nations (Geneva) and the United Kingdom), and Noel Fahey (former ambassador to Germany and the United States). The discussion explored the contents of the current volume and ranged widely over their implications, with the participants offering their own analysis and recollections of some of the individuals and issues that appear in DIFP XII. The event was chaired by DIFP series editor Eunan O'Halpin MRIA (TCD). 

This webinar was presented in partnership with the Trinity Long Room Hub and a full recording is available here.

Documents on Irish Foreign Policy Vol. XII, 1961-1965 will be published in November and is available for pre-order now.

Cover image: Irish ambassador to Nigeria Eamonn Kennedy pays an official call on H.E. Sir Adesoji Aderemi, governor of Nigeria’s Western Region, 17 January 1962. Reproduced by permission of the Director of the National Archives of Ireland.

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