Would a Chilcot-style report on Netanyahu’s past decade shred his credibility as it did Blair's? In contrast to the peculiarly British self-flagellation over the findings, would Israelis even care?
Sameh Shoukry’s rare trip could be the start of a diplomatic breakthrough between Israel and Arab states, but it could also prove to be a one-time event.
A line can be drawn between the numerous failures of the 2003 war and Cameron's failure to keep Britain in the EU - people no longer believe their leaders.
The former British prime minister is accused of going to war before exhausting peaceful alternatives.
After seven years' work, the damning report has put former prime minister Tony Blair on the defensive.
Anti-war activists and relatives of some fallen British troops hope the report will find the conflict illegal, opening the way for Blair to be prosecuted for war crimes.
For first time since Prime Minister David Cameron pledged to hold a referendum in 2013, 'Out' campaign comes out ahead in monthly Ipsos MORI survey.
Tony Blair: Sunni States Will Normalize Ties With Israel if It Negotiates on the Basis of the Arab Peace Initiative
Former British prime minister, who tried to bring Zionist Union into Netanyahu's coalition, sees Arab countries ready for warmer ties if Israeli-Palestinian negotiations were underway.
Peace is still in the interests of both peoples, still supported by both peoples, still wished for by both peoples. But a new approach is required.
It's not Blair and Bush but Obama who should be apologizing for abandoning the fight in Iraq, leading a retreat from the field before it was permanently secured.