This video says about itself:
21 June 2013
Former military intelligence officer and barrister Frank Ledwidge worked in Afghanistan helping to set up an improved judicial system. But, as time went on he became disillusioned with the value of British involvement there. What was it about working in Afghanistan that made him doubtful?
He also wondered just how much the British Afghan campaign was costing and he’s now written a book titled Investment in Blood: The True Cost of Britain’s Afghan War.
By Chris Nineham in Britain:
It’s high time Britain put peace at the heart of its foreign policy
Friday 3rd November 2017
CHRIS NINEHAM says the public have learned from 16 years of violence abroad
THE wars that Britain has participated in over the last 16 years have generated unprecedented suffering and instability. All the countries that we have invaded and bombed in these years are
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