“We could never work out what the British wanted. I sort of rationalised that they were betting on it as an experiment”
A central architect of the Good Friday Agreement, Sean O hUiginn is considered a giant intellectually by those who worked with him on all sides. He talks about the personalities and the process, Anglo-Irish relations, and the nature of diplomacy.
Decades of grafting have taught Bertie not to put his faith in the perfect outcome: Tommie Gorman’s letter from Boston
Ahead of the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, Tommie Gorman travelled to Boston where he spoke to Bertie Ahern about Sinn Féin and heard from successive US envoys to Northern Ireland George Mitchell and Joe Kennedy.
The Eagle has landed: How Cerberus exceeded a 50% return on controversial Nama northern portfolio
The controversy surrounding the sale of Nama loans secured on properties in Northern Ireland has focused on the discount given to their buyer. A forensic investigation reveals how much Cerberus made from the deal.
“We have seen in recent weeks a change of tone, which from our perspective wasn’t expected”
Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney sees “a window of opportunity” this month in the resumption of talks with the UK government on the Northern Ireland Protocol. He was speaking at an event organised in association with The Currency to mark Tommie Gorman’s new book.
Kainos executive on tech, talent and ethics at a £1.3bn company
Aislinn McBride is one of the most senior technology leaders at Kainos. As the Belfast software group’s international expansion pushes revenues past £300m, she openly discusses its next challenges: finding and keeping staff, fending off cyber attacks and exploring the ethics of AI.