Channel 4 News: “Former deputy prime minister John Prescott calls his ex boss Tony Blair a ‘crusader’ because of Blair’s recent calls to send troops back into the Iraq.” ‘Tony Blair is…
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has said that despite reluctance from Western powers, ground troops might be needed in Iraq to fight terror group ISIS, as that would be the only way to really defeat them.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is making headlines again for his remarks that the West can’t win against the Islamic State unless we put boots on the ground. In interviews with BBC Radio and on CNN's State of the Union, Blair stated on BBC Radio that while aerial attacks can make headway, a win can only result from ground attacks. Show More Summary
As world leaders spin their wheels on what to do about religious extremism, more and more public figures are voicing their own personal strategy opinions. Among them is former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, who on Monday outlined on his...Show More Summary
Credits: Chris Jackson - WPA Pool/Getty Images Alt Text: Tony Blair Former PM joins calls for UK to consider deploying the army to fight Islamic State One-Minute Read Monday, September 22, 2014 - 2:41pm Former Prime Minister Tony Blair...Show More Summary
Former British Prime Minister tony Blair said Sunday that the nascent offensive against ISIS "will evolve over time" and that it would certainly need ground troops at some point. However he said the preference would be for local forces to wage the battle on the front lines if they're up to the task. Show More Summary
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said on CNN‘s “State of the Nation” that Western nations will have to put boots on the ground to combat ISIS. Blair, currently the official envoy of the Middle East Quartet, said that the Sunni insurgents and their followers will not be defeated by airstrikes alone — boots on [...]
British GQ magazine is defending its decision to name former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair "Philanthropist of the Year" at its 2014 Men of the Year awards. The event, which took place Tuesday at London's Royal Opera House and recognized...Show More Summary
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair knows a thing or two about spinning the killing of civilians. So should it be a surprise that in his new role as political consultant he is helping other government officials obfuscate their grizzly deeds?
Insane former Libyan dictator Muammar el-Qaddafi was behind countless instances of rape, torture and murder. Yet throughout it all, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair was a source of unfailing support, as evidenced by a number of photos of the pair in mid embrace. Show More Summary
by Kevin Carson http://c4ss.org/content/29482 ISIS: Yes, Mr. Blair, You Did Build This Last month, in a tone which might best be called unlikely insistence, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair reassured the public that “we” — the UK and United … Continue reading ?
Credits: Chris Jackson - WPA Pool/Getty Images Alt Text: Tony Blair Committee wants to quiz former prime minister over ‘comfort letters’ One-Minute Read Sunday, July 13, 2014 - 8:06am Tony Blair may be summoned before parliament to face...Show More Summary
Last month was not the first time that former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has come under collective censure. In 2004, 50 former British diplomats, all experts on the Middle East, had sent him a letter which stated, inter alia, that they had "watched with deepening concern" as Britain followed the U.S. Show More Summary
Tony Blair has demanded a change of government in Iraq unless the Maliki regime abandons sectarianism. The former Prime Minister, who is now a Middle East envoy, said change was essential in Iraq as the country and region slid into chaos. Show More Summary
On Meet the Press Sunday morning, NBC News' Andrea Mitchell asked former British Prime Minister Tony Blair about his recent essay, in which he called the theory that the 2003 invasion of Iraq had led to the current destabilization of the region "bizarre."
The former UK Labor Party Prime Minister Tony Blair has agreed to advise the President of Egypt, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, on matters concerning economic reform. Blair’s new task is supported by a program financed by the United Arab Emirates which hopes to deliver greater economic opportunity to those supporting the initiative. Show More Summary
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has agreed to advise the government of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has agreed to advise the government of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. Blair maintains that he will not be paid to do so, but critics suggest…
It seems that Matthew D'Ancona is upset that people are criticizing former Prime Minister Tony Blair, who is apparently making vast sums in a second career in the financial industry and on the speaking circuit. There are several points...Show More Summary
Former British prime minister Tony Blair sits down today for an exclusive interview with Yahoo News Global Anchor Katie Couric, a chance for him to weigh in on the bloody unrest in Iraq, the frustrating Middle East peace process, and his personal journey.