Geoffrey Wheatcroft is an English journalist and author, whose books include Yo, Blair! (Politico’s Publishing, 2007), The Strange Death of Tory England (Allen Lane, 2005) and The Controversy of Zion (Perseus Books, 1997), which won a National Jewish Book Award.
Zionism's Colonial Roots
Netanyahu may insist his state is "not neo-colonial," but Vladimir Jabotinsky, his ideological ancestor, saw things differently.
Once Upon a Time in Westphalia
It took Tony Blair one speech in 1999 to trap the Western world in an unending series of interventionist wars. We may care about the people of Tibet, Baghdad and Libya, but are we the knight-errant of the human race?
A Love Lost Over the Atlantic
The "special relationship" has long been a foreign policy myth. The day has finally come for a peaceful separation between two English-speaking powers.
America and the Continent may find themselves once again a united force to be reckoned with by the rest of the world. But the odds are grim.