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Living conditions in Iraq: 10 years after the US-led invasion From Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine Despite enormous investment in Iraq’s health system in the 10 years since the US-led invasion, the health condition of Iraqis has deteriorated … Continue reading
Witnessing Wootton Bassett: An exploration in cultural victimology From Crime Media Culture Wootton Bassett is a small town in England. It is situated close to the Royal Air Force Lyneham base where service personnel killed in Iraq and Afghanistan are … Continue reading
British ethical foreign policy may be able to justify the intervention in Afghanistan but can it defend the invasion of Iraq?
The politics of ethical foreign policy: A responsibility to protect whom? From European Journal of International Relations With the 9/11 anniversary just a few days ago, plus the recent publication of Tony Blair’s autobiography, once again there is much public … Continue reading
Perfect Storms? Political Instability in Imposed Polities and the Futures of Iraq and Afghanistan From: Journal of Conflict Resolution How stable will the new democratic political systems be in Iraq and Afghanistan? This analysis offers a grim prognosis for domestic peace … Continue reading