The war in Iraq has reshaped the country and affected the region.
Twenty years ago, life in Iraq changed forever.
American and British forces rolled into the country, unleashing a wave of destruction that would topple President Saddam Hussein.
It would also kill and maim hundreds of thousands of people.
How has the war reshaped the country and affected the region?
And does it still influence wider world affairs today?
Presenter: Sami Zeidan
Ahmed Rushdi – Chairman of the House of Iraqi Expertise Foundation and advisor to the former Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament
Lara Marlowe – Correspondent of the Irish Times Paris who reported extensively on post-invasion Iraq in 2003
Bilal Wahab – Iraqi political analyst and Wagner fellow at the Washington Institute