Danielle Ryan

Danielle Ryan is an Irish freelance journalist, writing mostly on geopolitics and media. She is based in Budapest, but has also lived in the U.S., Germany and Russia. Follow her on Twitter.

How Brexit revived the nationalist dream of a "united Ireland" Danielle Ryan
Rex Tillerson's agony, and ours: Trump's revolving door will keep spinning Danielle Ryan
In defense of Jedediah Bila: Another "View" conservative bites the dust Danielle Ryan
Facing Trump's threats, why in God's name would North Korea disarm? Danielle Ryan
Brexit and Ireland: Britain's troubled relationship with the island next door is a problem again Danielle Ryan
What if the DNC Russian "hack" was really a leak after all? A new report raises questions media and Democrats would rather ignore Danielle Ryan
Yes, "dog anti-vaxxers" is a thing. In Brooklyn. But they might not be as crazy as you think Danielle Ryan
Outraged British public forces American billionaire Stan Kroenke to drop plans for bloodsport channel Danielle Ryan
Trump's foreign policy: Bizarre and inconsistent, or more strategic than we think? Danielle Ryan
Spreading fake news about Putin, or Red-scare propaganda, does nothing to defeat Trump Danielle Ryan
What’s really in your dog’s food? You probably don’t want to know Danielle Ryan
Consider the upside, liberals: If Trump can achieve a new détente with Russia, that's a good thing Danielle Ryan
Cold War flashback: Media’s flawed coverage of the Trump-Russia story is not helping the left Danielle Ryan
Ireland’s new gay prime minister? Yeah, it's a remarkable step forward — but he's no progressive Danielle Ryan
Both sides in Syria’s war are using suffering kids to push their agendas — and it's inexcusable Danielle Ryan