Reflecting on the 10th anniversary of the Iraq war, David Miliband told Tom Bradby on The Agenda, that:
"If the message to dictators around the world is that the West will never intervene - and that's the message that President Assad of Syria has got today - we're going to live in a very very dangerous world."
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