Eisenberg, Daniel; Burger, Timothy J.; Calabresi, Massimo; Cooper, Matthew; Shannon, Elaine; Waller, Douglas; Ghosh, Aparisim; Crain, Charles; Michaels, Marguerite
February 2005
Time International (South Pacific Edition);2/28/2005, Issue 8, p26
The article reports on John Negroponte, who has been nominated the U.S.'s first Director of National Intelligence by the United States President George W. Bush. Negroponte, who is the consummate diplomat, has served in such trouble spots as Vietnam, Honduras and Iraq. As the President Bush's primary intelligence adviser, Negroponte has the job of making sure that the kinds of intelligence stumbles that led up to 9/11 and the sorts of miscalculations about Iraq's WMD programs don't happen again.


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