Andrew Roberts

British historian and commentator

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British historian and commentator for the Daily Telegraph and American Spectator magazine; author, most recently, of A History of the English-Speaking Peoples Since 1900

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It's been the worst-kept political secret in years, and
today, Tony Blair said, " Ten years is enough ."    After announcing his plans to his cabinet in London, the British…

Tony Blair: Past, Present and Future

It's been the worst-kept political secret in years, and today, Tony Blair said, " Ten years is enough ."   After announcing his plans to his cabinet in London, the British…

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The US and Britain are the countries most deeply committed to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.   A report  from the United Nations United Nations International Children's Emergency…

The US and Britain: Guns or Butter?

The US and Britain are the countries most deeply committed to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.  A report from the United Nations United Nations International Children's Emergency…

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