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Topic: Iraq War
Razer: 15 years since we declared war on Iraq, little has changed

Razer: 15 years since we declared war on Iraq, little has changed

Dissenters today are still treated exactly the same way by the mainstream press as they were 15 years ago at the beginning of the Iraq War.

Why is Jim Molan retweeting a Russian propaganda account?

Why is Jim Molan retweeting a Russian propaganda account?

As a former soldier, Senator Jim Molan ought to know better than to share Russian propaganda.

An Australian soldier begs to be punished for a crime we forced him to commit

An Australian soldier begs to be punished for a crime we forced him to commit

Returned Sergeant Kevin Frost cannot deal with the pain and guilt of what happened in Afghanistan any longer. It's a pain foreign correspondent John Martinkus knows well.

Put Bush, Blair and Howard in the dock for democracy’s sake

Put Bush, Blair and Howard in the dock for democracy’s sake

The failure of Bush, Blair, Murdoch and Howard to be held accountable for the Iraq invasion contributes to the profound discontent gripping their countries.

Rundle: the Chilcot Inquiry, and Iraq’s true history

Rundle: the Chilcot Inquiry, and Iraq’s true history

Blair lied to his cabinet, his party, and the people of his nation. Effectively, he used the entire UK as a patsy.

So how did Bolt get hold of Wilkie’s top-secret Iraq War doc?

So how did Bolt get hold of Wilkie’s top-secret Iraq War doc?

The Andrew Bolt-Andrew Wilkie case shows the lengths Federal Police will go to in hunting down a journalist's sources.

Blair’s bad day

Blair’s bad day

The British press lets rip on the former PM ...

Turnbull, Shorten and the orange, weirdly coiffed elephant in the room

Turnbull, Shorten and the orange, weirdly coiffed elephant in the room

Shorten touched on Trump, but generally speaking both sides have avoided talk of foreign policy so far this campaign.

With the fall of the Green Zone, ‘our’ Iraq comes undone

With the fall of the Green Zone, ‘our’ Iraq comes undone

There used to be a fiction of safety in Iraq, but with Australian and American troops gone, that fiction has crumbled too, writes foreign correspondent John Martinkus.