Print Editions

Blairs successor: more of the same?

LONDON — You could almost hear a sigh of relief at the eagerly awaited departure of Tony Blair. The man who took Britain into more wars than any other prime minister, who worshiped at the altar of business and who treated the labor movement which founded his party with absolute contempt, has finally exited stage right.

New party makes gains in Venezuela

Venezuelan leaders are preparing to put their Bolivarian Revolution on a more permanent footing. Organizing for a unified socialist party moved into high gear recently, and President Hugo Chavez described proposals for constitutional changes.

1 2