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📙 Blair’s Just War: Iraq and the Illusion of Morality by Peter Lee (auth.) — download pdf


Bringing together both contemporary and historical just war concepts, Peter Lee shows that Blair's illusion of morality evaporated quickly and irretrievably after the 2003 Iraqinvasion because the ideas Blair relied upon were taken out of their historical context and applied in a global political system where they no longer hold sway.



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