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Tony Blair: How the West Must Fight Islamism

Without a comprehensive strategy, we will face a future marked by conflict and instability across swathes of the world and major acts of terrorism in our own...

Tony Blair's Leap of Faith

In 1910, when Bethlehem was a town in a sleepy province of the Ottoman Empire, a local man built a magnificent house on the main road from Jerusalem to Hebron...

A Presidential Medal for Tony Blair

What could be more hurtful than a close friend's ingratitude? His gratitude — at least if you're Tony Blair and the buddy in question is George W. Bush. Later...

Blair Weighs Up EU Presidency Bid

It probably says everything about his current place in history that the former Labour Prime Minister of Euro-skeptic Britain, Tony Blair, chose to kick off his...

Tony Blair on Trial for Iraq?

President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair have a lot in common. Both find themselves politically hamstrung by an ongoing bloodbath far away while...

Unbowed on Iraq, Blair Argues for Targeting Iran

Anyone who attended the Jan. 29 session of Britain's Iraq inquiry to watch Tony Blair crumble went home disappointed. When the nation's former Prime Minister...

Tony Blair's Iraq War Wounds

Since November, in a clinical, modern conference center in central London, the public hearing of an inquiry into Britain's role in the Iraq war has been taking...

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On the Road with Tony Blair

TIME photographers follow the former Prime Minister as he travels to Egypt, Israel and the Palestinian territories to promote economic opportunity in the Middle...

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