OTTAWA—The release of the report by John Chilcot on the British decision to go to war in Iraq in 2003 provides an exhausting examination of how not to go to war. Over two and half million words detail the machinations of the then-government of Tony Blair to create public and political support for joining the American invasion. We continue to live, and will for a long time, with the consequences of that invasion. But before we join the
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