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Optimism and unity abound, but is there a plan for what happens next after the military operation?
All in all the president’s record looks good, but with achievements that keep the US off balance
Turkish president chooses Russia for first trip abroad since failed military coup
Families targeted in mortar and suicide bomb attack at holiday marking end of Ramadan
This is a withering critique of the righteous certainty that led to conflict in Iraq
‘I will be with you, whatever’, memos show former PM promised George W Bush
Findings will give no comfort to a country plunged into an endless cycle of violence and instability
Report highly critical of decision-making and military operations, including role of prime minister
Whatever Chilcot says, there is no denying that this conflict has shaped recent history
Isis is on the run losing territory but cities are in ruins, 3m people are displaced and Baghdad cannot afford to rebuild
Despair over bloodletting leads to shift from identity- to issue-led politics
Ardent enemy of Saddam Hussein pushed US to invade in 2003
Qualified apology by former Labour PM seen as most comprehensive mea culpa since 2003 conflict
Anthony Horowitz’s play struggles to weave together low farce and serious politics
‘I thought Blair was, in his words, “a pretty straight kind of guy”. Lest this sound insane, most Britons in 2001 thought so too’
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