Archbishop of Canterbury, the Rt Revd Rowan Williams, has denounced U.S. foreign policy in Iraq and stated that they have lost the moral high ground since 9/11.
See Greg Peters post on this issue here.
and read my take below:
Rowan Williams is perfectly within his rights to state his opinion on matters of state and I do not intend to deny his claims. However, being an Anglican myself, I'm not sure it's wise for the leader of the Worldwide Anglican Communion to publicize his personal opinion at such a critical time in the life of the Episcopal Church.
He is fighting a losing battle with conservative Episcopalians in the United States and it is difficult to see how this can have any effect other than splintering a communion already held together with scotch tape. The Rt Revd Rowan's statement, right or wrong, is unlikely to change anyone's mind on anything and he needs to put his efforts into forming a real moral unity in his own communion before trying to spread it elsewhere.