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Blair's Successful War: British Military Intervent&hellip by Andrew M. Dorman
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Andrew Dorman is another partisan product of the partisan Blairite QUANGO that is the War Studies Group of Kings College London. Apparently nobody got anywhere in War Studies without talking up Tony Blair's foreign policy, just as it crashed around him. Dorman starts talking about Blair's speech at Chicago in 1999, without admitting that a key speech writer was Dorman's boss, Lawrence Freedman, who also did very well out of the Blair years (well done Sir Lawrence) or apparently realising how arrogant Blair's intervenionist policy looked after its nadir in 2003 in Iraq or all the erudite criticism it received at the time in 1999 from persons less rash and more scholarly. (Dorman was writing… Read more