An expert told Newsweek that the UK mistakenly believed that it had real influence in successive wars in the Balkans, Iraq and Afghanistan.
As Tony Blair criticizes Joe Biden's withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan, his former U.K. defense secretary Geoff Hoon defended the American president.
"The abandonment of Afghanistan and its people is tragic, dangerous, unnecessary, not in their interests and not in ours," the former British prime minister wrote in an essay.
Officials also suggested Clinton and British Prime Minister Tony Blair could take part in a jamming session.
The former British prime minister told Newsweek that the Democratic Party must move away from left-wing populism and develop an inspiring, future-focused campaign if it wants to win.
"My experience of political change is it comes about when you've got a good cause well pursued," Tony Blair told survivors of the Florida school shooting.
Twenty years ago, Tony Blair won the U.K. election in a record-breaking landslide. After Brexit, does anything remain of the Britain he led?
"The left media finds it very hard to be objective on Trump," he said, adding that he would be happy to work alongside the Trump administration.
The former PM will say that Britain voted to leave "without knowing the true terms of Brexit."
May's success in the polls comes despite confusion over her planned approach to Brexit negotiations.
Sir Jeremy Greenstock speaks to Newsweek about when intervention is justified.
But Blair said in an interview he would be working to improve debate in the center ground of politics.
The former British prime minister dined with Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner this week.
Blair said he was not seeking to reverse the decision taken in the EU referendum.
Cabinet veteran Ken Clarke says collaborative government was abandoned under Tony Blair and then Cameron.
The crowdfunding website seeks to raise money for a legal team to look into legal proceedings.
At least the murderous dictator can bring some real-life experience to the 'Game of Thrones'-style work.