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  • Yes he did jeopardize British interests in lead-up to Iraq War

    Based on the British inquiry into the Iraq war, it strongly seems to be that the former prime minister Tony Blair and his government led the country into war based on flawed intelligence that should have been challenged. They could have very well opted for peaceful means, Blair did jeopardize British interests in lead-up to Iraq War

  • Yes, Tony Blair jeopardized British interests in the leadup to the Iraq War.

    Yes, Tony Blair jeopardized British interests during the time period leading up to the Iraq War. By presenting flawed intelligence, he convinced the U.K. that getting involved in the Iraq War was necessary. This jeopardized both the interests of the country as well as the lives of its soldiers, and his actions deserve censure.

  • Yes, Tony Blair did jeopardize British interests.

    Many believe that Tony Blair did jeopardize British interests in the lead-up to the Iraq War. Blair, like many leaders in the United States, did not fully appreciate the the costs that the war would bear on the rest of the world. The turmoil in the Middle East for the past decade has costs thousands of lives, and trillions of dollars. Furthermore, the war led to a power vacuum in Iraq that was filled by ISIS. ISIS has displaced millions of people that are now migrating to European countries. Therefore, it can be said that Tony Blair did jeopardize the interests of Great Britain in the lead-up to the war.

  • No, he did not

    The world is just trying to make sense of itself. Everyone likes to point fingers at each other, but the Iraq War was just one big flop from the very beginning. No single party was responsible for it, but rather a collection of mistakes piling on top of themselves leading to this disaster.


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