IN SEPTEMBER 2006 THE GOVERNMENT’S newly published White Paper on Irish Aid was presented to the media and the public as a statement of Ireland’s new position in, and increased responsibilities to, the international community. The economic success of the Celtic Tiger era had endowed the State not only with the means but also with the obligation to strengthen its aid commitments to developing nations.
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Barnes, Cliona and Cawley, Anthony
"Whose Development? Framing of Ireland's Aid Communities by Institutional Sources and the Media During and After the Celtic Tiger,"
Irish Communication Review:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://arrow.tudublin.ie/icr/vol11/iss1/2