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The Chilcot report will offer a chance to scrutinise strategy—not individuals

Three strategic consequences of the Iraq war stand out

By Robert Fry  

Fformer Prime Minister Tony Blair after giving evidence to the Iraq Inquiry for the second time, January 2011. The report into the Iraq war will be published on 6th July ©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Listen: Tony Blair in conversation with Bronwen Maddox

We now know that the Iraq inquiry will deliver its report on 6th July. Immediate attention will…

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