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    Government initiates US-Irish strategic review

    By Noreen Bowden | September 23, 2008

    The Irish government has announced the details for its strategic review of the relationship between Ireland and the US.  The plan was announced this week by Ambassador Michael Collins in New York.

    Taoiseach Brian Cowan first indicated that there would be such a review during his first visit as Taoiseach in July. At the time he told his US audience that Ambassador Michael Collins would “seek out your ideas, your views as to how Ireland and America can continue to partner, can continue to work together, can continue to share the values that have made that kinship real for this generation, as it was in the past.”

    This week, Ambassador Collins said,

    “Relations between our two countries and peoples have never been better. The review will map out how relations can be further developed in this era of peace and economic development.

    I am looking forward to receiving considered contributions from across the United States from organisations and individuals by the end of October 2008.”

    The embassy is accepting contributions through the end of October through email at, or by post to:

    Strategic Review
    Embassy of Ireland
    2234 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
    Washington, DC 20008-2849.

    For more information:

  • The US Embassy website
  • Ambassor Collins Initiates Strategic Review
  • Address by An Taoiseach Brian Cowen TD on the Strategic Review
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