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Tony Blair (Anthony Charles Lynton Blair)

Date of Birth: 6 May 1953
Place of Birth: Edinburgh


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Gaius says goodbye

Okonjo-Iweala has won the right to have all NNPC accounts monitored by the Finance Ministry and persuaded Obasanjo to sign the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative championed by British Premier Tony Blair...


Boundary boobytraps

When he attended the 'Progressive Governance Summit' near London in mid-July (one of only two African leaders present the other being South African President Thabo Mbeki) Meles repeated Ethiopia's border case to his British counterpart Tony Blair as he had done in February during his highly successful visit to the UK...


Spinning the continent

' Breaking with Europe on these issues will reinforce criticism of US unilateralism which will not greatly trouble the Bush White House particularly if some guarded support is forthcoming from British Prime Minister Tony Blair...


High dudgeon summit

The host the then International Development Secretary Clare Short was presumably planning her resignation from Prime Minister Tony Blair's government...


The naira republic wins again

British Premier Tony Blair who has met Obasanjo several times took a week to issue a congratulatory statement to him after the elections...


Catching the flak

If this is achieved it will represent a much needed triumph for British Premier Tony Blair and his policy of constructive engagement...


Jacques is back

Franco-British cooperation was renewed not without some difficulty at Chirac's January summit with Premier Tony Blair in Le Touquet...


Royal echoes

He spoke at the Chatham House think-tank on the New Economic Partnership for Africa's Development for which unlike most African leaders he visibly shares an enthusiasm with his British counterpart Tony Blair...


Coming out of the closet

In particular Mugabe regards Mbengegwi as soft on his arch-enemies Britain and its Prime Minister Tony Blair...


Hasty engagement

When Mike O'Brien a British Foreign and Commonwealth Office junior minister visited in August (with Washington's approval) he was quizzed at length about Premier Tony Blair...


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