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In the mid-1990’s, the CIA made a major reduction in overseas human intelligence staff in favor of “national technical means.” How successful has the U.S. been in managing its human intelligence capabilities?
The intelligence on Iraq’s nuclear weapons development was clearly “cooked” – skewed to meet the White House’s expectations. How can this be avoided in the future? What protections are there for intelligence whistleblowers?
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Re Brian’s comment, My recollection is that Administration leaders like Cheney, Feith and Wolfowitz pushed for intel community conclusions that matched their preconceived notions. The professionals that I know, like Greg Thielmann of INR at State, pushed back. Also the scientists at Oak Ridge re aluminum tubes. There *were* regular FSO’s (not intelligence officers) however, who were ready to believe things that weren’t true.
To Start a War
how the Bush administration took America into Iraq