Documents on Irish Foreign Policy Vol. VIII, 1945-1948, now freely available online, reveals how the Irish state dealt with the aftermath of the Second World War
John Gibney of the RIA’s Documents on Irish Foreign policy project on the importance of images in 'Ireland: a voice among the nations'.
Documents on Irish Foreign Policy (DIFP) now has a dedicated collection in the Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI).
John Gibney, Michael Kennedy and Kate O'Malley recently appeared on Newstalk's Talking History to discuss their recent history of Irish foreign policy, Ireland: a voice among the nations.
Patrick Geoghegan interviews John Gibney, Micheal Kennedy and Kate O'Malley this Sunday, 26 April.
We recently placed DIFP Vol. VIII, covering the immediate postwar years (1945-48), online on an open access basis. We've also put together a short guide to some complementary online resources.
Documents on Irish Foreign Policy Vol. VIII (1945–1948), originally published in 2012, is now available online in open-access format. Originally scheduled for release on our forthcoming new website, we are...
Did you know that many of our books are available in digital format? Here’s the list.
While working through the files for what is going to become DIFP Volume XII (covering 1961—5 and due out later this year), we came across the photograph pictured above.
For this month’s Library blog post, Dr John Gibney, Assistant Editor with the Royal Irish Academy's Documents on Irish Foreign Policy series, looks at an important seventeenth-century document from our collections.
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