Former British prime minister says the international community shouldn't have capitulated to Israeli pressure
Former British prime minister reportedly met in Washington with Jared Kushner, slated by his father-in-law to lead efforts on an Israeli-Palestinian deal.
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.
Former U.K. prime minister writes that Labour leadership frontrunner is part of global trend where politicians gain popularity due to politics based on fantasy.
Burgeoning support for frontrunner Jeremy Corbyn, who has embraced anti-Semites and Holocaust-deniers, comes at a time when a new, leftist generation of voters seeks radical political change.
Meanwhile, Hamas' political bureau chief arrives in Turkey for meeting with Erdogan.
Choosing Corbyn 'is like going back to Star Trek or something,' Blair says in speech; new poll put socialist MP known for anti-Israel stances far ahead of other candidates.
The Quarter - which includes the U.S., the European Union, Russia and the United Nations — appointed the former British prime minister to the post in 2007 with the goal of helping develop the Palestinian economy and institutions.
Former British prime minister currently negotiating different position within Middle East Quartet, sources tell Financial Times.
Hamas official says Tony Blair set five conditions for continued transfer of funds to rebuild Strip.
Guardian reports former British prime minister agrees to advise Egypt's Sissi on 'economic reform,' drawing accusations of blurring line between private interests and position as Mideast peace envoy.
In open letter, signatories argue that Blair is responsible for Iraq crisis and call his achievements on Israeli-Palestinian conflict 'negligible.'
In his latest speech, the former British prime minister brands Israel as a central player in the Western alliance facing off with Islamic extremism.
Tony Blair's words of praise for Ariel Sharon, the 'Butcher of Beirut' and symbol of Israel’s wider impunity on the international stage, show his bankruptcy as Quartet envoy.
The Quartet has disclosed its three-year 'Marshal Plan’ for the West Bank and Gaza Strip. It politely expects Israel to lift its restrictions.
Talks precede the monarch's trip to the United States for Obama meeting, which will focus on efforts to resume the Mideast peace talks.
Quartet envoy, who is scheduled to meet Israeli and Palestinian officials later this week, says more regional instability could complicate peace efforts.