Iraq March-April 2003: Outcomes, A Division Of Views - And An Abuse Of Intelligence?, Intell. & National Security
Three things happened in Iraq in March/April 2003 - an invasion, a military campaign and a start on the reconstruction of that country. In making the case for these the UK and US governments drew 'with exceptional frankness' on the reports of their intelligence agencies (...) open to charges of deception in arguing the case for war. All of this brought out serious differences (...) are argued by Robert Kagan in his book (...) as being fundamental and permanent, with the American view to prevail. This article sets out why the author believes that the American view is, at important points, fallacious.