Post-Iraq Syndrome

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Defeat in war can have "unintended, seemingly inexplicable consequences." Upset defeats can be especially damaging to a nation's psyche. Thirty years ago, what came to be called Vietnam Syndrome has divided America for decades, with profound consequences for its politics and conduct of foreign policy. Will "Iraq Syndrome" have similar and longer-lasting consequences? What about US prestige and effectiveness in the rest of the world?


Christopher Fettweis - Assistant Professor ot National Security Affairs at the US Navel War College, Fouad Ajami - Stanford University, Peter Galbraith - gubernatorial candidate and former diplomat - @GalbraithforVT, Douglas Murray - Centre for Social Cohesion

Warren Olney

Frances Anderton, Christian Bordal, Katie Cooper, Karen Radziner