, Number 11

Michael J Boyle
The recent publications of memoirs by former Director of Central Intelligence George Tenet and former Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Douglas J Feith have reopened the debate over the origins of the Iraq War. Both men- who were widely blamed for the 'intelligence failure' on weapons of mass destruction and the exaggerated connection between Al-Qaeda and Iraq-purport to set the record straight about what really happened inside the Bush administration during the run-up to the war.

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