Monthly Archives: July 2016

Chilcot and the hundreds of thousands who have died since March 2003

Professor Bulent Gokay (SPIRE) and Lily Hamourtziadou Seven years ago, then Prime Minister Gordon Brown commissioned Sir John Chilcot to lead an investigation into the events that led Britain to join the US in initiating the 2003 war in Iraq. … Continue reading

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The Brexit Fantasy

Moran Mandelbaum Lecturer in International Relations With the UK voting to leave the EU and uncertainty is spreading, many are now looking back in astonishment trying to understand the success of the Brexit campaign. One interesting aspect that emerged from … Continue reading

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