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Using the North Korea crisis to stop nuclear proliferation

Posted by alanmirs on November 2, 2006

There were two mistakes with respect to Iraq. One
had to do with intelligence. Either he believed unreliable intelligence
that was fed to him by intelligence officers anxious to tell the boss
what he wanted to hear, or he made up what he wanted to believe. The
other mistake had to do with the United Nations and our allies there.
He lost patience while they were deciding what to do and invaded Iraq
with limited support, mostly from Great Britain. That support has cost
Prime Minister Tony Blair dearly; his Labour Party may lose its
parliamentary majority.


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