The Role of Small Arms During the 2003–2004 Conflict in Iraq (Working Paper 1)

Riyadh Lafta, Les Roberts, Richard Garfield, and Gilbert Burnham
Working Paper

In March of 2003, military forces primarily from the United States and United Kingdom invaded Iraq and little population-based health data has been available since. This study compares mortality during the period of 14.6 months before the invasion with the 17.8 months that followed and assesses the change in causes of death over that period.

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Keywords: Armed violence Conflict GVD Global Violent Deaths