Cost of Western foreign policy
The 2003 invasion of Iraq is an unresolved issue in the hearts and minds of the British people.
A vocal critic of the Iraq war, foreign office diplomat Carne Ross directly contradicted the official line that there was ‘no alternative to war’. He turned his back on power and status and went on to set up Independent Diplomat.
Host Ross Ashcroft joins Carne Ross at his headquarters in New York to discuss what can be learned from his progressive approach to foreign policy.