Newer News: July 2008
June 2008 Intelligence News
- Can the Enemy Build a Super-Soldier? by Mark Thompson, Time, June 15. "Imagine bad guys able to fight without sleep. Or enemy soldiers with hardware implanted in their brains that makes them better able to target U.S. troops than U.S. troops are able to target them."
- Senate Intelligence Committee Unveils Final Phase II Reports on Prewar Iraq Intelligence, news release, June 5. “Before taking the country to war, this Administration owed it to the American people to give them a 100 percent accurate picture of the threat we faced. Unfortunately, our Committee has concluded that the Administration made significant claims that were not supported by the intelligence,” Rockefeller said.
- Will a Woman Helm U.S. Intelligence Next Year? by Jeff Stein, CQ Homeland Security. "When the deliciously gossipy, Paris-based Intelligence Online newsletter reported recently that a woman was in line to become France’s first female top spook, it got me thinking whether there were similar women who might be candidates to helm U.S. spy agencies in an Obama, Clinton or McCain administration. The short answer is: Maybe."
Older News: May 2008
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