Intelligence Resources Split Into Past, Future

NPR's Tom Gjelten looks at how the dual focus by America's intelligence community on whether the war was justified and where it's going from here has strained resources. The intelligence community now finds itself torn between the political demands to look back and justify and the operational need to look ahead and prepare.



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