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.
A number of news outlets report today that the Serbian Prime Minister has refused to hire Tony Blair as his advisor on the country’s accession to the EU on the grounds he’s too expensive and has opted for Peter Mandleson instead. But...Show More Summary
Tony Blair, the former British prime minister, can't seem to get enough of the Middle East. He was a leading proponent of a war in Iraq that many now consider an unnecessary and ill-fated adventure. He spent the seven years since heShow More Summary
The Guardian is this morning reporting that a number of former British Ambassadors, along with some other political figures, are calling for former Prime Minister Tony Blair to be "sacked" as the Middle East Peace Envoy. The newspaper...Show More Summary
Now here's something you don't come across every day - a thoughtful, rational and balanced opinion piece about the former Labour Prime Minister, Tony Blair written by someone who clearly regards himself as a political opponent. The 'baying...Show More Summary
I apologize to my British friends, but I consider their former prime minister, Tony Blair, to have been Bush's enabler. Without Blair, i.e, without our closest ally, one doubts whether even the Bush administration could have proceeded...Show More Summary
During the run-up to the invasion of Iraq, in 2003, Tony Blair, who was then the British prime minister, was a leading voice of the liberal interventionists. Now, with Iraq on the brink of a sectarian civil war, he has reentered theShow More Summary
Lord Stern: Models ‘grossly underestimate’ costs of global warming Submitted by Eric Worrall Lord Stern, the British Academic who prepared the “Stern Review” on global warming for Prime Minister Tony Blair, has just claimed a carbon price of up to … Continue reading ?
Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, has called former Prime Minister Tony Blair "unhinged" for claiming that the current insurgency in Iraq has nothing to do with the West's 2003 invasion. Johnson is right, of course. But I just wish he'd expressed it a bit more strongly. Show More Summary