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05/03/14

Fruitful conference in Brussels on Reason of State, starting from Iraq 2003

  In Iraq, February ended with its increasingly heavy and tragic load of blood. According to Iraq Body Count 930 people were killed in the 28 days of February, and over 2,000 since the...


15/02/14

Iraq Inquiry: getting there?

 Almost five years since its inception, the Iraq Inquiry led by Sir John Chilcot seems to have found its way to the conclusive phase with the publication of its final report due in mid-2014. The...


02/12/13

Remarks on the unclear Plestinian Economic Initiative

 There is no doubt : "As long as the economic development prospects remain weak , so too will the prospects for peace and stability" the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry told the World...


25/11/13

David Owen's open letter to David Cameron

On 18 November, Lord Owen has sent an open letter to Prime Minister David Cameron following a correspondence between Sir John Chilcot and the Prime Minister himself in which Chilcot stigmatized the...


12/11/13

Iraq Inquiry officially stalled

We know that the Inquiry headed by Sir John Chilcot, set up in the summer of 2009 to establish the truth on the circumstances in which the Blair Government ensured the participation of the UK in...


06/11/13

What Iraq and how many victims ten years after Saddam

October has ended claiming over 1000 lives (1095) in suicide bombings, explosions and shootings. The macabre November toll has already reached 89. October 5 was the bloodiest day, as according to...


15/10/13

Tony Blair: "Gandhi doctrine of non-violence is passé"

On October 7th, Tony Blair said that Mahatma Gandhi's doctrine of non-violence is not universal in modern times. Speaking in an interview to Times of India, Blair said: "Gandhi 's...


04/10/13

Tony Blair advises Albania pro bono or pro domo?

In a ceremony in Tirana on 3 October last, former British Premier Tony Blair announced that he will be “helping Albania getting things to done to join the European Union”. Albanian Prime Minster...


02/09/13

Syria, Iraq, the United Kingdom and the Chilcot inquiry delayed again

While the United States and France are taking their time in the preparation of a possible military attack in Syria, the House of Commons in Westminster rejected the intervention with 285 votes...


18/07/13

Update on Iraq Inquiry Progress

On 15 July the Iraq Inquiry has published an unpdate on its progress that Sir John Chilcot sent to Prime Minister David Cameron.  In his statement, Chilcot says that the Inquiry has made...