Articles by Steve Bloomfield
Egypt's general-president must take the blame
Steve Bloomfield / October 30, 2018
Hugo Blick discusses the aftermath of the genocide, what went wrong with the International Criminal Court—and why he's wary of returning to Rwanda
"Global Britain" has become an oft-repeated phrase. Yet in reality, the Foreign Office is losing its battle to find a place in the world for Britain post-Brexit
Steve Bloomfield / September 21, 2018
As the High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina in the early 2000s, Paddy Ashdown was the nation’s de facto leader, helping the country on the path to peace. Now, he fears a return to war
The strange story of how a legendary investigative journalist came to echo Assad's propaganda
Is there one thing Johnson can look back at and say ‘yes, I did that’? Apart from allegedly driving French politicians "ballistic"?
Two years on from the Leave vote, we still don't acknowledge how we got here
Steve Bloomfield / June 18, 2018
Ben Rhodes, the former president's foreign policy adviser, reveals Obama's private anger
Returning artefacts to their rightful owners shouldn’t be a controversial argument but somehow, when it comes to British cultural institutions, it is
Steve Bloomfield / May 21, 2018
Ken Isaacs, Trump's nominee, is fond of anti-Muslim Tweets and thinks Austria and Switzerland should build a wall to keep out migrants. But he'll almost certainly get the job—and that's where the...