Burying our Heads in the Sand: the 2003 Iraq War and the Excuse of the ‘Benefit of Hindsight’

The cacophony of war has always been part of the human condition. However, our capacity for compartmentalisation is boundless, and this ability has enabled us to commit atrocities against one another whilst detaching ourselves from any sense of blame or remorse. Through this detachment and disassociation, along with our growing distance from the past, we are ableContinue reading “Burying our Heads in the Sand: the 2003 Iraq War and the Excuse of the ‘Benefit of Hindsight’”