Tony Blair, 2002. CREDIT: LSE Library

Published on June 27, 2007, the day that Tony Blair retired as prime minister, this roundtable article looks at how Tony Blair's foreign policy should be remembered. "To view Blair through Iraq alone is to ignore his extraordinary legacy in the areas of liberal interventionism, international development and climate change," says Marcus Roberts, while Frank Spring praises his triumph in Northern Ireland and distinguishes between Bush's "moralist" foreign policy and Blair's more successful "ethical" approach.

The roundtable, which can be found here, is a great way for students to learn about Tony Blair's foreign policy beyond Iraq and his work with George W. Bush.

This activity works well in a comparative government, global, or world history class.