Does the British Government Learn from the History of Military Interventions? (2019)

Naomi Farmer In 2003, shortly after the the Iraq War began, British PM Tony Blair delivered a speech to the US Congress. In this speech, he announced that the use of history in developing foreign policy was defunct. For him, at the beginning of what would become the most controversial and criticised war of aContinue reading “Does the British Government Learn from the History of Military Interventions? (2019)”