The Blair Legacy offers a comprehensive examination of the long-term impact of Tony Blair's three New Labour Governments. Bringing together the foremost scholars from both sides of the Atlantic, this volume explores how Labour changed the terms of political debate, established an ideological stamp, reformed public services, revised economic management, transformed governing institutions, and repositioned Britain in a wider world. How did Blair change British politics, policy, governance and foreign affairs? Beyond merely chronicling the events of the decade, this volume is rich in theoretical insights, historical comparisons, and cross-national analysis. The Blair Legacy also delves deeply into Blair's foreign policy, with emphasis on the Iraq War and Anglo-American relations.