In Cheney’s memoir, it’s clear Iraq’s lessons didn’t sink in

A key lesson of the 9/11 decade for presidents and other national security decision makers is the importance of rigorously testing intelligence evidence: poking holes in it, setting out contradictions, figuring out what may have been overlooked or left out. It is essential to distinguish between hard facts and what is an assessment or judgment. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Barry Grossheim - Sep 11, 2011 - 6:58 PM PDT
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by Barry Grossheim - Sep. 12, 2011

Woodward clearly shows that Cheney either learned nothing from the Iraq invasion or that he chooses to ignore what was learned in order to advance his brand of belligerent foreign policy.

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