British public attitudes towards Iraq and Afghanistan: Implications for future missions

After a decade of war in Iraq and Afghanistan Rachael Gribble, Simon Wessley, Susan Klein, David Alexander, Christopher Dandeker and Nicola Fear examine British public opinion regarding these missions finding support for the missions is low, their perceived success is poor and there is evidence of cynicism regarding motives. If these uncertainties and suspicions become commonplace, they suggest there may be implications for the viability of UK involvement in future missions. Read more