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Tony Blair

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


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Konaré's stopover

The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation had offered to provide 'substantial support' to the African Union in Darfur under new arrangements to strengthen its peacekeeping operation there, said a communiqué following discussions by African Union Chairman Alpha Oumar Konaré and British Prime Minister Tony Blair in London on 23 May...


Hard talk at No.10

The difficult relationship between South Africa's President Thabo Mbeki and British Premier Tony Blair has recovered enough for them to wear convincing smiles at their joint press conference in London on 24 May...


Waiting but not sitting

British Premier Tony Blair stressed that aspect at a summit of 'centre-left' parties in South Africa last week...


Ponderous politicians

His planned mid-December visit to Britain was cancelled due to his illness but UK Prime Minister Tony Blair is keen to rearrange the event, reflecting Boutef's grip on the gas taps, as well as his status as a 'key ally' in President George W...


Tummy tuck, bellyache

He had been told to report to the British police under strict bail conditions (AC Vol 46 No 21) and President Olusegun Obasanjo is said to have complained to Prime Minister Tony Blair about his escape...


Transition starts here

The EU Ambassador, Tim Clarke, was already under fire from government media; he is a brother of Charles Clarke, Home Secretary under British Premier Tony Blair, who so warmly welcomed Meles into 'his' Commission for Africa...


Breaking point, again

Asmara claims that Addis Ababa is favoured because it helps Washington with its 'war on terror', while Prime Minister Meles Zenawi is a member of British Prime Minister Tony Blair's Commission for Africa (AC Vol 46 No 5)...


A judge on his travels

This came after Mwanawasa had met British Premier Tony Blair in London on 12 September and they discussed, among other things, support for Zambia's anti-corruption crusade...


Unkindest cuts

As Africa Confidential went to press, the Group of Eight (G8) summit in Gleneagles, Scotland, with Prime Minister Tony Blair in the chair, looked as if it would make some useful promises...


Talking it over

Basking in the glory of securing a two-thirds cut in Nigeria's US$34 billion foreign debt and the more ambiguous achievement of being British Prime Minister Tony Blair's new best friend in Africa, President Olusegun Obasanjo is being forced to take a reality check back home...


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