James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana take a look at back at the Iraq War, which began 20 years ago this month with the invasion Iraq by the US and its allies and with all that has followed, consider whether it was one of the most consequential geopolitical moves in the 21st century (01:23). The guys also discuss the disconnect many experience between their actual age and how old they think of themselves as (34:18).
On the 20th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, these photos tell the story of the war (USA Today)
A bloody delusion: how Iraq war led to catastrophic aftermath in Middle East (Guardian)
The Lessons Not Learned From Iraq (foreignpolicy.com)
The Architects Of The Iraq War: Where Are They Now? (The Intercept)
The Puzzling Gap Between How Old You Are and How Old You Think You Are (The Atlantic)(Apple News Link)