Assistant Prof. Eric Morgan, Democracy and Justice Studies, offered his thoughts last week on the 10-year anniversary of the start of the Iraq War, talking with the Green Bay Press-Gazette about civilian lives lost, the Arab Spring and the future of democracy in the Middle East. Many Americans forget about the deaths of approximately 150,000 Iraqi civilians, Morgan said, adding that people who had nothing to do with the conflict died or lost loved ones. He also talked about the shift in focus during the war, once it was confirmed the regime had no weapons of mass destruction. You can read the full front-page story, here.
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