This special edition of PBS's Frontline marks the fifth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. The program questions many of the decisions that have been taken during the heat of battle, and also looks at some of the measures president George W. Bush has taken during this turbulent period. Among the topics discussed are the links between Iraq, Al Qaeda, and Afghanistan; the ill-fated hunt for weapons of mass destruction; and incidents at facilities such as Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay.
George W. Bush |
War on Terror