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Tony Blair

Date of Birth: 06/05/1953
Place of Birth: Edinburgh


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Open season on Obasanjo

There has been a deafening silence from Western friends such as Bill Clinton and Tony Blair...


The ex-revolutionary front

Without embarrassment, Britain's ex-Premier Tony Blair and French President Nicolas Sarkozy have extolled Gadaffi's transformation into the West's new best friend, seller of oil and buyer of nuclear power installations (non-military, of course)...


Mission position

Britain’s former Prime Minister Tony Blair landed in Kigali on 23 February on his mission to give ‘unpaid’ advice to the Rwandan government and to his ‘long standing friend’ President Paul Kagame on how to streamline government and attract investment...


Security seats

Rice is due to go to Tripoli soon although President George Bush, with an eye to domestic political sentiment, has been much shyer than British and French leaders, Tony Blair and Nicolas Sarkozy, about calling on the ex-pariah Gaddafi (AC Vol 48 No 16)...


The Mo Laureate

Although Britain's then Development Minister, Clare Short, clashed with Prime Minister Tony Blair, who strongly backed BAE's Tanzania deal in cabinet, a year later Short energetically defended Mkapa's purchase of a $30 mn...


The race to win

The former spokesman for British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Alastair Campbell, claims that Blair warned Mbeki (then Deputy President) in 1999 that 'black South Africans would not get rich through making white South Africans poor'...


Brownie points

British engagement in Africa and aid levels will continue to rise under Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who took over from Tony Blair on 27 June, government sources told Africa Confidential...


At the barrel of a gun

Britain's outgoing Premier, Tony Blair, had already upped the ante in Johannesburg in May, accusing President Omer Hassan Ahmed el Beshir of 'bombing his way to a solution' and speaking of 'bad government and violent oppression'...


From Blair to Brown

Changing faces Premier Tony Blair's hand over to the new Prime Minister, current Chancellor of the Exchequer (Finance Minister) Gordon Brown, on 27 June looks likely to prompt calls for a thoroughgoing review of British foreign policy...


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