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We mark the tenth anniversary of the Iraq War by asking our analysts to offer their perspectives, and highlighting key material from our archives.
VIDEO: Assessing the Iraq War and its Aftermath
Analysis from Professor Michael Clarke, Director General RUSI and Dr Jonathan Eyal, Senior Research Fellow, International Security Studies.
Iraq Ten Years On - a Troubled Past and Unpredictable Future
By Mina al-Oraibi
A Year of Endemic Instability in Iraq
By Professor Gareth Stansfield
Iran and the Iraq War of 2003: the Real Victor?
By Professor Ali Ansari
Blair was 'optimistic not criminal'
By Professor Michael Clarke
From our archives: Intervention and Counter-insurgency
Iraq 2007 - Moving Beyond Counter-Insurgency Doctrine: A First Hand Perspective
By Emma Sky, former Political and Special Advisor to Commanding Generals of US Forces in Iraq
Shock and Awe Revisited
By Harlan Ullman
Security in Iraq, A Diplomat's Perspective
By Sir Jeremy Greenstock
From our archives: Surge and Exit
From our archives: Going into War, the Intelligence and the Aftermath
Between Peace and War: Iraq in Perspective
By Douglas Hurd, former Foreign Secretary
From our archives: Arts and Culture
Photo Essay: Portrait of A Company