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Deception and Britain's road to war in Iraq

By Eric Herring and Piers Robinson
Topics: United Nations, Invasion of Iraq, Chilcot Inquiry, deception, organized political persuasion, weapons of mass destruction
Publisher: 'Intellect'
Year: 2014
DOI identifier: 10.1386/ijcis.8.2-3.213_1
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