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1997. From Humanitarian Intervention to the War in Iraq

Strand Building, Strand Campus, London

Speaker: Professor Sir Lawrence Freedman, King's College London

Under Prime Minister Tony Blair armed force was used a number of times. The two most substantial operations were in Kosovo and Iraq. The lecture will explore the distinctive rationales for the two operations and explore why one worked and the other failed.

This event series is hosted by the History Department in collaboration with King’s Contemporary British History and the journal Renewal.

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Lawrence Freedman

Emeritus Professor of War Studies

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