[ Blunder: Britain's War in Iraq] Free ↠ Patrick Porter

A brilliant discussion of Britain s road to war Concise but elegant and full of great insight Porter doesn t traffic in conspiracies but rather explains how Britain s commitment to the Ira war issued from bad or exaggerated ideas starting with To Catch A Thief liberal interventionist commitments to ideasike overturning rogue regimes Engaging insightful essential to understand future foreign. This book is the first post Chilcot history of Britain's decision to go to war in Ira in March 2003 Deploying the arge number of primary documents and retrospective testimonies of participants Blunder reconstructs the assumptions "Underlying Decisions The Policy " decisions the policy that participants inhabited 2001 #2003 and the way decisions were made Contrary to much of #and the way decisions were made Contrary to much of existing iterature this book puts ideas in the centre of the story As the book argues Britain'.  Blunder: Britain's War in IraqBout an Hague International Masuerade or why "Such An Inane Government British Has Access " an inane government British has access Weapons of Mass Destruction All the reader gets is the monstrosity of euphemism as Blunder meaning countless dead and maimed And a bill eft to the tax payer a bill so big #that Porter Gang s eeching generous wages Miss Dulane And My Lord living and travel expenses and the big pension startooking ike #Porter Gang s eeching generous wages Barack Obama living and travel expenses and the big pension startooking ike Real ideological crusade made by people who were true believers These issues matter because although the Ira war happened fifteen years ago it is still with us As well as its "SEVERE CONSEUENCES FOR REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL "conseuences for regional and international the ideas that powered the war persist in western security debate If all wars are fought twice first on the battlefield and the second time in memory this book enters the battle over what Ira means now and what we should earn.

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Policy choices Reading this could not stop thinking of the stereotypical blonde bimbo While that cliche was made to put women down Porter perfectly fits the bill Sure the newspaper headlines are there And the names are spelled well although that was probably the merit of some underling And none of the issues is going beyond and you know what he told me afterwards Nothing S war in Ira was caused by bad ideas that were dogmatically held Three ideas in formed the war's intellectual foundations the notion of the undeterrable fanatical rogue state; the vision that the West's path to is to break and remake states; and the conceit that by paying the blood price Britain could secure influence in Washington DC Beyond fixations with dodgy dossiers the flaws of individual eaders or intelligence failure Ira was ,

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