Author: Dave Brockington

Born in San Jose, grew up in Seattle, received a Ph.D. in poli sci from University of Washington, worked for three years at Universiteit Twente in Enschede, Netherlands, and have worked at the University of Plymouth for eight academic years now in Plymouth, United Kingdom.
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“Chilcot says there was no need to go to war in March 2003.” And . . . “Blair “overestimated his ability” to influence US decisions on Iraq.” “the inquiry does not accept Blair’s claim that it was impossible to predict post-invasion problems”. “Blair presented the intelligence about Iraq’s WMD “with a certainty that was not […]
  That’s my story and I’m sticking to it. It’s a significant improvement from my freaking out a week ago today, and I’ve further downgraded the threat level from cautiously pessimistic to cautiously optimistic. It’s also going well out on a limb with a chainsaw considering the volatility in polling estimates and the lack of a […]
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