Friday, 19 April , 2019

Blair

Christian Zionism and Foreign Policy: Exploiting Religion | by William Mallinson

By William Mallinson Abstract This article considers the phenomenon of what has become known as ‘Christian Zionism’, as manifested in particular in the United States of...

Tony Blair, the Iraq War and a very opportune “suicide”

Tony Blair blocked coroner’s inquest into death of Dr David Kelly ‘within minutes’ of body being found, explosive new book claims By Tom D. Rogers 29th...

Murdoch And Trump, An Alliance Of Mutual Interest

By David Folkenflik Mar 14, 2017 The Trump era has opened with the promise of a White House foothold for media mogul Rupert Murdoch. It looks to...

Preparing the War: Tony Blair Allied with Tories against Corbyn

Blairites declare UK Labour party unelectable By Robert Stevens and Chris Marsden Labour’s right wing is now openly campaigning for a defeat for the party in...

Jeremy Corbyn on the Chilcot Report

Before addressing the issues raised in the Iraq Inquiry report, I would like to remember and honour the 179 British servicemen and women killed...

The Crime of the Century: The Chilcot Report on Iraq

Sir John Chilcot's public statement, 6 July 2016 We were appointed to consider the UK’s policy on Iraq from 2001 to 2009, and to identify...

Tony Blair unrepentant on Iraq

A defiant Tony Blair defended his decision to go to war in Iraq in 2003 following the publication of a devastating report by Sir John Chilcot, which mauled the ex-prime minister’s reputation and said that at the time of the 2003 invasion Saddam Hussein “posed no imminent threat”.

UK Foreign Secretary: USA helped the rise of ISIS

The UK has stepped up its criticism of US conduct of the Iraq war, with the foreign secretary saying the single most disastrous mistake was the mass removal of supporters of the Ba’ath party from the Iraqi army, which he claimed led directly to the formation of Islamic State.

Democratic Primaries In The Shadow Of Neoliberalism

By David Coates The Democratic Party primary battle between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders is being fought in the shadow of “neoliberalism” – in the...

Tony Blair and his role

By David Runciman Since he left office in 2007 Tony Blair has been hawking his wares around the world, from Nigeria to Kazakhstan. What has...