Articles by Steve Bloomfield
Steve Bloomfield / June 5, 2020
Coronavirus has upended the world order and called basic liberal values into question. With authoritarianism on the rise, can democracy as we know it survive?
Steve Bloomfield / April 7, 2020
The government’s national security advisers warned of the threat of a pandemic. “I don’t know why more wasn’t done,” said one
Steve Bloomfield / February 12, 2020
Merging the foreign office and Dfid wouldn't only hand over the aid budget from one of the world’s most respected aid deliverers to one of the least—it also causes problems for the prime minister
Steve Bloomfield / January 21, 2020
The PM's approach has been “scattered, reactive and random”
Steve Bloomfield / December 10, 2019
A lot of the fear about the rise of the far-right has been about those individuals and their parties gaining power. But that's not the full picture
Steve Bloomfield / November 21, 2019
The Liberal Democrats' foreign policy proposals are vague, patchy—and oddly familiar...
Steve Bloomfield / November 12, 2019
What happens if we stop trusting elections? As accusations of bias abound—and concerns are raised over the bodies that regulate political life—faith in democracy is in a perilous position
Steve Bloomfield / November 5, 2019
As part of Prospect's new aid supplement in partnership with Adam Smith International, the shadow international development secretary discusses how Labour plans to radically transform how Britain...
The Brexiteers are happy—but the details of Boris Johnson's deal are good news for the People's Vote campaign, too
Steve Bloomfield / October 4, 2019
Former US foreign policy advisor Samantha Power reflects on her early idealism on a new memoir—and why it has hardened with time