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List of people associated with the 2003 Invasion of Iraq.


M1A1 Abrams pose for a photo under the "Hands of Victory" in Ceremony Square, Baghdad, Iraq.

Australia

  • John Howard, Prime Minister
  • Andrew Wilkie — intelligence officer, resigned in protest at misuse of intelligence reports

China

  • Hu Jintao, President
  • Li Zhaoxing, Foreign Minister

France

  • Jacques Chirac, President
  • Dominique de Villepin, Foreign Minister

Germany

  • Gerhard Schröder, Chancellor
  • Joschka Fischer, Foreign Minister

Iraq

Russia

Spain

  • José María Aznar

UK

Government

  • Tony Blair
    • Prime Minister
  • Lord Goldsmith
    • Attorney General, who secretly advised the cabinet that the war may be illegal
  • Jeremy Greenstock
    • UK ambassador to the UN during the buildup, and then UK representative in Iraq post-invasion.
  • Geoff Hoon
  • Clare Short
    • International Development Secretary, threatened to resign then didn't
  • Jack Straw
    • Foreign Secretary
  • Elizabeth Wilmshurst
    • Deputy chief legal adviser to the Foreign Office, who resigned on the eve of war, protesting its illegality.

Military

Other

  • Robin Cook
    • Leader of the House of Commons, resigned from cabinet in protest at the war
  • Katharine Gun
    • Interpreter at GCHQ who was tried for breach of the Official Secrets Act 1989 for whistle-blowing on a U.S. dirty tricks campaign against UN Security Councils. The trial collapsed when the prosecution declined to offer evidence.
  • David Kelly
    • Weapons expert whose revelations stirred controversy over the case for war

United Nations

US

CPA

  • L. Paul Bremer - former head of the CPA
  • Jay Garner - former head of ORHA

Government

Military

Theorists

Other

See also

  • U.S. list of most-wanted Iraqis

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