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Was the Labour party’s foreign policy under Tony Blair a success?

Was the Labour party’s foreign policy under Tony Blair a success?

| October 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

Abstract Tony Blair’s foreign policy can be divided into two phases, the first broadly successful and the second a failure. The Labour government’sNorthern Irelandpeace settlement and the formation of Blair’s ‘humanitarian interventionist’ doctrine in Kosovo andSierra Leone, can be regarded as successful. A far less successful five years followed from 2002 as a result of […]

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Tony Blair’s Foreign Policy: Assessing the Successes and the Mistakes

Tony Blair’s Foreign Policy: Assessing the Successes and the Mistakes

| February 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

Tony Blair’s years in office (1997-2007) have been characterized by a controversial foreign policy agenda.

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Tony Blair’s Foreign Policies

Tony Blair’s Foreign Policies

| February 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

Blair era foreign policy can be characterised as simultaneously Europeanist and Liberal-interventionist. Based on globalist, third way ideas revolving around universal culpability and cooperation.

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Was the Labour party’s foreign policy under Tony Blair a success?

Was the Labour party’s foreign policy under Tony Blair a success?

| February 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

The years of Labour Party rule under Tony Blair were characterised by an interventionist foreign policy which saw troops being deployed to Kosovo, Sierra Leone, Afghanistan and Iraq.

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