Fox News scored quite the interview Friday morning with former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair to get his take on the successful British referendum to leave the European Union, but decided to cut it short to hear Donald Trump speak.
Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern praised the contributions of the Rev Ian Paisley and Tony Blair to the Northern Ireland peace process, drew inspiration from the life of the first Prime Minister of Northern Ireland, James Craig, and argued energetically that Britain should remain in the European Union in a lecture on ‘Reflections on Peace in more...
Moments after the former British Prime Minister horrified a crowd by admitting he lacked a solid understanding of the Middle East, the man many have criticized as a war hawk called for a more intense, region-wide war.
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair said that London miscalculated the strength of Iraq’s opposition forces during the United Kingdom's invasion of the Middle Eastern country to topple the regime.
Former British prime minister Tony Blair may have left office almost a decade ago, but he still casts quite a shadow over current events. As WorldViews has noted, Blair has played an outsize role in the politics of the Middle East in recent years, first as an envoy to the faltering peace process between Israel and […]
Alastair Campbell, the former director of communications and strategy for U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair, is a man known for speaking his mind. On Monday, he weighed in on the continuing debate over whether the U.K. should leave theShow More Summary
Republican nominee Donald Trump has condemned former British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s decision to join the invasion of Iraq as a “disaster.” In an interview with Piers Morgan on British television on Tuesday, the billionaire construction magnate said that Britain should never have joined forces with the U.S. Show More Summary
A prominent British politician is attempting to bring together lawmakers across the parliamentary spectrum to impeach former prime minister Tony Blair if the Chilcot Report implicates him of prior commitment to the Iraq War. Alex Salmond,...Show More Summary
Alastair Campbell, the former spin doctor for former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair, will warn that “no serious overseas player will back Brexit” in a speech later today. When he addresses the Irish Business and Employers Confederation...Show More Summary
UK lawmakers will Thursday (April 14) call for the publication of the controversial - and much-delayed - report into the British Government's decision, under former Prime Minister Tony Blair, to go to war against Saddam Hussein in I...
Former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair caused a bit of a stir over the weekend when he said in an interview that "many millions" of Muslims hold...
A Muslim organization has expressed harsh condemnation of Tony Blair after the former British Prime Minister called scores of muslims "fundamentally incompatible with the modern world."
Tony Blair was even more right than he knew. Hours before the ISIS attacks on Brussels that killed 31 and wounded 270, the former British Prime Minister sat down with the BBC. They reported: "Tony Blair has warned against 'flabby liberalism' and says there needs to be a tougher centre ground approach to issues such as tackling extremism and responding to the refugee crisis."
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair gave an interview to the BBC––apparently before the Brussels terrorist attacks today––in which he criticized "flabby liberalism" in the face of terrorism and extremism.
LONDON (Reuters) - Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said on Friday he felt voters would opt to stay in the European Union in a June 23 referendum but called on the "in" campaign to show more passion.
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair has been accused of excluding top military chiefs from discussions over the controversial decision to follow US President George W. Bush into the invasion of Iraq in 2003 to topple Saddam Hussein.
Tony Blair has said that the rise of Donald Trump is worrying and admitted that he fears he no longer understands politics. Blair, Britain’s Prime Minister from 1997 to 2007, told CNBC on Wednesday that "Sometimes I look at politicsShow More Summary
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair is really confused by the success of left-wingers Jeremy Corbyn and Bernie Sanders. Blair, who won three general elections as Labour leader, spoke to The Guardian and Financial Times in a joint interview...Show More Summary
‘Ah, Jeremy,’ remarked Tony Blair at a smart dinner party in Islington not long before he became prime minister, ‘he… The post Whatever next? appeared first on The Spectator.