I Resigned Over Iraq, Now Let’s Learn the Lessons


Sir John Chilcot’s report into the Iraq war was a long time coming. But his dispassionate analysis of events leading up to the war and its aftermath have been well worth waiting for. Chilcot’s criticisms are penetrating and, in some cases, devastating. Most of the facts were known one way or another, but in drawing together…

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