It is only thanks to just war theory that we can articulate why the invasion was immoral
British diplomats and French leaders were among those to warn about religious conflict in post-invasion Iraq
Tony Blair presented evidence on weapons of mass destruction ‘with a certainty that was not justified’, inquiry finds
The German chancellor traveled to the Vatican to discuss the upcoming G7 summit with the Pope
Bishop Mansour said that Jesus was not a ‘passive victim’
The Royal Prerogative was, in effect, abolished on the basis of a PR campaign that required Parliamentary consent to establish legitimacy for going to war, and Iraqi minorities are paying the price
The Pope opines that war is how the great world economies ‘keep their balance sheets in the black’. I repeat: shouldn’t he be more careful with what he says?
Much of what he says in his public statements appears not entirely intellectually well thought through; at times it is even totally incoherent
As we contemplate the fate of Catholics in Mosul, this should be a time of mourning.
Perhaps now the US will end its policy of intervention in order to make future Iraqs impossible
Bishop Warduni says his country still has no law, no government, and terrorists ‘come and go as they please’
Some have been learnt – the idea, for instance, that Britain should have stayed out of Iraq. But others have not