tony blair iraq

It is a strange truth that the actions of someone who I consider to be one of the most blatant warmongering individuals on the planet propelled me onto the path of peace.
Saddam Hussein's legacy and Barack Obama's blunders matter too. But Blair can't shirk responsibility.
"It's not clear to me that, even if our policy did not work, subsequent policies have worked better," he said.
Last month was not the first time that former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has come under collective censure.
Rupert Murdoch joined in an "over-crude" attempt by US Republicans to force Tony Blair to accelerate British involvement
While Blair delivered his 14-minute speech, a small group of protesters stood behind the crowd holding signs that criticized
WATCH: Blair also discussed his belief that after the September 11 attacks, Cheney "thought the world had to be made anew
In his new book, the former British prime minister asks for a fair hearing on the Iraq war. But he ignores a key meeting
Is your life worth more to your government than a few pence added onto Big Oil's share price? Sometimes there is a story that lays out the priorities of governments once the doors are closed and cameras switched off.
That the prime minister has been evolving into the president junior is a recurrent theme of Robert Harris' novel The Ghost, which Roman Polanski has made into The Ghost Writer.