[T]he prince, fourth in line to the throne, said the aftermath of the Iraq war had left Britons with a "healthy scepticism" about what was said in Washington.
"If you are looking at colonialism, if you are looking at operations on an international scale, if you are looking at understanding each other's culture, understanding how to operate in a military insurgency campaign -- we have been through them all," he said. "We've won some, lost some, drawn some," he told the International Herald Tribune.
"The fact is there is quite a lot of experience over here which is valid and should be listened to."
The prince, who also has the title Duke of York, said that while Britain remained the number one ally of the United States, the post-war situation in Iraq had prompted many to wonder "why didn't anyone listen to what was said and the advice that was given".
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In Washington, a White House spokesman declined to comment on his criticism.
Friday, February 8, 2008
Does "Randy Andy" have more sense than most Americans?
Posted by klady at 1:15 PM