Articles by Steve Bloomfield
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
There was a vision there—but her successor now looks set to destroy it
Their interventions in the leadership race were appallingly timed, badly worded and will have no effect
The former prime minister's doctrine of liberal interventionism shaped two decades of conflict. Now, as the west's power is waning, he says it needs updating
Smart medicine will save lives—but not money