author interviewed, "Blood On Our Hands"

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Nicolas J.S. Davies talks about the destruction of Iraq in the context of holding the U.S. government and its functionaries accountable:
The invasion was not just some sort of mistake. The invasion and occupation were a serious crime, a crime of aggression under the UN Charter as (then-Secretary General) Kofi Annan acknowledged. And aggression was defined under the Nuremberg principles and by the judges at Nuremberg as the supreme international crime...

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