Whitelaw, Kevin
April 2005
U.S. News & World Report;4/11/2005, Vol. 138 Issue 13, p32
Critiques the administration of U.S. intelligence services in the War on Terrorism. Efforts of a bipartisan presidential commission to review mistakes made by intelligence officials in advance of the Iraq War; Claim that the commission found significant gaps in U.S. intelligence related to weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and other nations; Problems found with the use of sources in intelligence collection; Recommendation of the commission that the intelligence services be subject to more centralized controls and oversight.


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