Cook's resignation from the English government due to his rejection of the policy lead by downing street on the subject of the war on Iraq
- Cook's resignation from the English government:: analysis about the causes
On March 18th 2003, Robin Cook resigned from government because he did want to go to war in Iraq without a strong international coalition and a UN resolution backing it. To him, the British government went to war not because of British reasons but for the reasons that US had along with Republican domestic policies. What implies his argument? What really happened?