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Alleged effects of invading Iraq

The predicted effects of invading Iraq played a major role in the diplomacy and politics surrounding the Iraq crisis of 2003. This article lists only the actual (but, for neutrality called alleged) effects of invading Iraq, many of which were predicted, and some of which were not.

(list whichever of the predicted effects of invading Iraq actually happened)

  • serious Bath Party resistance (predicted)
  • failure to restart flow of Iraqi oil to market (not predicted)
  • money flowing to Syria and Iran as Iraqis reject local goods of low quality (not predicted)
  • crisis of confidence in Blair government (UK) over evidence (not predicted)

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