- US Still Has Lessons To Learn From Its Misguided War In Iraq NPR 13:08
It’s been twenty years since the U.S. launched a war in Iraq — a conflict justified by faulty intelligence. More than 4000 Americans died along with tens of thousands of Iraqis. The war undermined Americans’ trust in government and further highlighted the inability of the U.S. government to export democracy by way of regime change.
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