By David Howell For anyone with the slightest sense of history it is impossible not to admire the tireless conviction and the lonely valour of the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair. Critics there may be a-plenty of his presentation of the case for military force against Iraq – the argument seems to switch about constantly. […]
One early and significant casualty of the war with Iraq is the unity of Europe.The European continent is split clean down the middle. On one side sit France,Germany and Belgium. On the other side sit almost all the other nations of Europe,east and west.