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Less Central, More Intelligent

By Schmitt, Gary

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Title: Less Central, More Intelligent  
Author: Schmitt, Gary
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Language: English
Subject: Political science., Philosophy & politics, Politics & international relations
Collections: New American Century Collection
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Publisher: The Project for the New American Century

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Government Reference Publication

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Excerpt: When The Senate Intelligence Committee released its report on prewar assessments of Iraq?s WMD programs and Iraq?s ties to terrorism, it generated a host of front-page stories, news commentaries, and political debate - as it should have. Even in its heavily redacted form, the report is well worth reading, providing a rare and detailed depiction of a traditionally very closed intelligence bureaucracy. But the report is also worth reading because not all of its findings have been adequately reported or fully understood. What follow are four nuggets that analysts and the media have largely missed.

 

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