Dr Robert Dover is Senior Lecturer in Intelligence and International Security at the University of Leicester. He is on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Intelligence History, and SageOpen. He, with Michael Goodman and Richard Aldrich, form the editorial board for the Hurst series on Intelligence and Security.
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Tuesday, July 05, 2016
What Chilcot Won't Tell Us: The Iraq War Crashed the European Project
The Iraq War was a war of choice. Iraq posed no immediate nor distant threat to the UK or British interests. The often aggressive and unpleasant regime of Saddam Hussein had been successfully contained by a coalition of allies during the 1990s. And for ordinary Iraqis - not seeking to engage in...