An ally to the “Peacerunners” and far more than a figurehead she turned Ireland of The Troubles towards peace.
Gerry Adams, the former president of Sinn Féin, offers his condolences on the passing of Jean Kennedy Smith, the former US Ambassador to Ireland.
In 2011, Jean Kennedy Smith, proud of her strong Irish roots, was welcoming into Irish America's Hall of Fame.
Jean Kennedy Smith, the former US Ambassador to Ireland, was the youngest and last surviving sibling of one of the most famous families in American history.
Jean Kennedy Smith passed away on June 17, 2020 at the age of 92. Here, we look at the touching tribute paid by her brother, the late Senator Ted Kennedy, to his sister Jean in his memoir "True Compass."
Former US Ambassador to Ireland Jean Kennedy Smith was born on this day, January 20, 1928. Today she celebrates her 91st birthday!
There was widespread and deserved praise for John McCain's work on immigration but on Northern Ireland, the praise was misplaced.
Former US Ambassador to Ireland signs up for “The Nine of Us”.
Two Irish Americans were awarded America's highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, this week.
President Barack Obama today named 15 recipients of the highest possible civilian honor, the Presidential Medal ...
The late Senator Ted Kennedy and his sister Jean Kennedy Smith, former US ambassador, have been honored with a T...
Once there were nine siblings, and now just Jean Kennedy Smith is left from the children of Joe and Rose FitzGer...
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