The Iraq Invasion 20 Years Later

How the American political class brought a disaster to the Middle East.

Illustration by Daniel Sender

In the annals of political criminality, the American invasion of Iraq deserves pride of place. The war itself cost at least two hundred thousand civilian deaths, with indirect losses totaling several times as many. All from an invasion launched on entirely fraudulent grounds. But it is important to remember that, by the time of the […]

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