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26th February, 2017
Brian Cowen is a member of the board of the Institute of International and European Affairs Pic: Fergal Phillips

The Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA) has certainly been bulking up its board in recent months, a decision no doubt fuelled by the fallout from Brexit.

That obviously has major consequences here, and could in time redefine our relationship with both Britain and Europe.

First up is Brian Cowen, taking up his first significant public role since his political retirement. He took a spot on the board in November.

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