June 19, 2014

George W. Bush's Legacy of War

Haroon Siddiqui, Toronto Star

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Thirteen years after the American invasion, bombs are still going off in Kabul, and the second largest city, Kandahar, is not secure. More than a decade after the American invasion of Iraq, bombs are going off in Baghdad and Maliki has lost Mosul, the second largest city. We are yet to see the final chapters of George W. Bush’s two wars.

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TAGGED: Iraq, Afghanistan, George W. Bush

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