Digest Highlights


This page provides links to the most important articles that Digest contributors have posted – many of them putting new information and analysis into the public domain for the first time.
 

By Chris Ames

 
Further damage to international relations (October 2 2009)

The Inquiry doesn’t get it (November 2 2009)

Meyer changes the game (November 26 2009)

Taken for a ride (November 30 2009)

Government is gagging Iraq Inquiry (December 1 2009)

No teeth at the Inquiry (December 2 2009)

Verdict first, evidence nowhere (December 14 2009)

Did the current head of MI6 also mislead the Inquiry? (December 16 2009)

The Inquiry keeps us in the dark (December 19 2009)
 

By Dr Hans Blix


How could the Iraq war happen? (December 15 2009)

By Dr Brian Jones


More than meets the eye (October 7 2009)

The government plays catch-up (November 2 2009)

British policy on Iraq up to 2002, and the factors that influenced it (November 9 2009)

Witnesses for WMD (December 6 2009)

Written Evidence to the Hutton Inquiry and the Butler Review (December 7 2009)

Copy of original submissions (December 7 2009)

An unlikely possibility – no more (December 15 2009)

Why the ‘45 minute intelligence’ still matters (December 19 2009)

’45 minutes’ revisited (December 19 2009)

Dossier Demolished (December 23 2009)

We need the whole truth about Report X (January 4 2010)

The Intelligence Fudge (July 26 2011)

Blair and regime change (July 28 2011)

By Dr Rod Barton


Iraq Revisited – in Australia (December 17 2009)

By John Baron MP


Questions that need answering (October 16 2009)

By Tony Bartlett


The Inquiry gets serious on legality (October 14 2009)

Was the war legal? (November 1 2009)

Jumping the smoking gun (December 3 2009)

By Andrew Mason


My high (low) points of the week (November 29 2009)

Reading Saddam (December 12 2009)

The veto was the trigger (December 20 2009)

Was the current Iraqi Govt spokesman the source of the 45 minute claim? (January 2 2010)

Iraq policy 1990 to 2000 from the US perspective (August 11 2013)

By Chris Lamb


The elephant in the Commons chamber (November 10 2009)

Secrecy suggests a political fix (November 17 2009)

Jack Straw’s weasel words (December 6 2009)

1441: A Tale of Two Resolutions (One based on Right the other Might) (December 16 2009)

Grooming the resolution (January 3 2010)

Was the US doctrine of “automaticity” in breach of international law? (January 9 2010)

Cabinet minutes FoI request update (25 August 2011)

By Michael Smith


It’s in the documents (December 4 2009)

By John Bone


Trust in democracy (October 26 2009)

By Iain Paton


Planning a war, badly (October 19 2009)