It looks like US intelligence on Iran is not up to scratch:
A commission due to report to President Bush this month will describe American intelligence on Iran as inadequate to allow firm judgments about Iran’s weapons programs, according to people who have been briefed on the panel’s work.
The report comes as intelligence agencies prepare a new formal assessment on Iran, and follows a 14-month review by the panel, which Mr. Bush ordered last year to assess the quality of overall intelligence about the proliferation of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons.
The Bush administration has been issuing increasingly sharp warnings about what it says are Iran’s efforts to build nuclear weapons. The warnings have been met with firm denials in Tehran, which says its nuclear program is intended purely for civilian purposes.
3 thoughts on “Data Is Lacking on Iran's Arms, U.S. Panel Says”
What will Blair do now? What will we all do?
I think we will have to wait and see, but something is coming to come to a head, and I reckon UN sanctions…
American intelligence has a lot to make up for in Iran. Have you heard what Clinton has being saying recently?
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