11 years of horror – lessons from Iraq [E61]
Afshin Rattansi goes underground on the lessons drawn from the Iraq war on the 11th anniversary of the Coalition’s bombardment of Baghdad. P.J. Crowley, president Obama’s former assistant Secretary of State tells us about Britain and America’s relations and whether the US is responsible for holding up the Chilcot Inquiry. Journalist Patrick Henningsen says the UK’s involvement in Iraq is still creating radicalization at home – and the government doesn’t seem to want to learn from its mistakes. Plus, we look at how the press was misleading you in 2003. And -could Iraq’s government be falling out of favor with the allies?
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