Jonathan Steele discusses Iraq

[video:brightcove:1411847678] Senior foreign correspondent and in-house columnist on international affairs for the Guardian, Jonathan Steele argues that the Coalition was not defeated in Iraq because of inadequate planning but for much more deep-rooted reasons. Jonathan was talking at the Frontline Club last Thursday,

In his present role he travels frequently to the Middle East and has contributed to the Guardian’s coverage of Iraq since the start of the war. Steele has won numerous prizes for his foreign news reporting, including the James Cameron and Martha Gellhorn awards. He has twice been named International Reporter of the Year at the British Press Awards. A frequent broadcaster on the BBC, Steele is the author of a number of books, including most recently Defeat: Why They Lost Iraq. link