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Anthony Seldon and Dennis Kavanagh gather together leading academics and journalists to provide an authoritative assessment of Blair's second term, including a. .This page intentionally left blank. The blair effect 2001–5
This page intentionally left blank. The blair effect 2001–5. Tony Blair’s strong start to his third term, with his pivotal role in capturing the 2012 Olympic Games for Britain, his statesmanlike handling of the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on London, his promise of a fresh start to the European Union and his leadership of the G-8 summit at Gleneagles, has brought his relatively lacklustre second term into sharp relief.
Anthony Seldon and Dennis Kavanagh gather together leading academics and journalists to provide an authoritative . Deighton, Anne, ‘European Union Policy’, in Seldon, Anthony (e., The Blair Effect: The Blair Government 1997–2001, London, Little, Brown, 2001.
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Anthony Seldon's books include Churchill's Indian Summer (1981), which won a Best First Work Prize; Major, A Political Life . Dennis Kavanagh, Anthony Seldon (1994). The Blair Effect, 2001-5. Cambridge University Press. p. 496. ISBN 0521678609.
Anthony Seldon's books include Churchill's Indian Summer (1981), which won a Best First Work Prize; Major, A Political Life (1997); The Powers Behind the Prime Minister (1999) co-written with Professor Dennis Kavanagh; 10 Downing Street: The Illustrated History (2000); The Foreign Office: The Illustrated History Of The Place And It. 288. ISBN 0333622731. Seldon, Anthony (2001).
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Anthony Seldon is the co-founder of the Institute of Contemporary British History, and is Headmaster of Brighton College and Master Elect of Wellington College. Dennis Kavanagh is Professor of Politics at the University of Liverpool, and a senior scholar of British politics. He is the author of extensive publications including the British Election Survey series.
Has Tony Blair met with triumph and disaster, and treated both imposters just the same? Has he steered the Third Way or has it all been, as Jack Straw said of the Iraq dossiers, a bit of a Horlicks ? Assessing Blair’s legacy after just two-thirds of his self-allotted span is more than presumptuous. It is like hindsight before the event. The man might reasonably protest, Hey guys, give me a break. The tooth-fairy, patron saint of Blairism, has yet to depart the stage.
Part I. Politics and Government: 1. The Blair premiership Dennis Kavanagh; 2. Parliament Philip Cowley and Mark Stuart; 3. Elections and public opinion Pippa Norris; 4. Local government Tony Travers; 5. Media management Raymond Kuhn; 6. The Labour Party Lewis Baston; 7. The Conservative Party under Blair, 2001-2005 Anthony Seldon and Peter Snowdon; Part II.