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Author`s name Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey

Iraq: 5 years on, no end in sight - Comments

When an incompetent clique of corporate elitists grabs power in a wealthy and powerful nation, it is everyone’s worst nightmare, like an enraged bull in a shop of priceless porcelain. Five years after the launching of one of the most flagrant breaches in international law history has seen, the government of the United States of America continues to hail its victory. The naked truth however, is that five years on, there is no end in sight.

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