The Iraq War and the American and British Ways of Retrospection

by Paul R. Pillar The United States and Britain each have suffered from the blunder of invading Iraq in 2003—and have made many others suffer as well, not least of all the Iraqis. But the release in Britain of the… Continue Reading  

The Chilcot Report on the Iraq War

by Mina Al-Oraibi “Between 2003 and 2009, the UK’s most consistent strategic objective in relation to Iraq was to reduce the level of its deployed forces.” This statement—one of the key findings in the long-anticipated Chilcot Report published in London… Continue Reading