Readers of the Chilcot Report might have expected a more extensive assessment of Britain’s military operations in Iraq.
The Report of the Iraq Inquiry (Chilcot Report) was recently published. In this article, Christopher Elliott observes that, while the Chilcot Report has shed light on Britain’s involvement in the conflict, it could have provided a more detailed assessment of the decision-making processes for the UK’s military operations.
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