Examining Britain's Iraq Intelligence

Last week, a Senate committee sharply criticized the CIA for its handling of pre-war intelligence. This week, it's Great Britain's turn. NPR's Lynn Neary and guests review a new report on British intelligence failures and discuss the political future of Prime Minister Tony Blair.


Michael Mates, member of the Butler Commission and ranking minority member of Intelligence and Security Committee in British Parliament

Nick Fielding, senior reporter for The Sunday Times of London

Paul Wilkinson, professor of international relations at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland

Michael O'hanlon, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution

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