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Iraq as an Intelligence Sucess and Policy Failure

07 July 2005, 23:00

By Scott Ritter, former United Nations weapons inspector

1300 – 1400 (Sandwich Lunch from 1215)

Scott Ritter is no stranger to controversy. In September 2002 he told officials in Baghdad that military action against Iraq was unjustified. Since he resigned from the UN weapons inspection team seven years ago, he has been one of the most outspoken critics of US policy towards Iraq. He has argued that the inspection teams were nests of US spies and that Iraq was disarmed long ago.

This lecture will provide an excellent opportunity to take a longer and more detailed perspective on the issues surrounding the Iraq war and the use of intelligence material.

A fee of £6 is payable for the sandwich lunch.

If you would like to attend please contact:
Anna Fleet
Event Manager
annaf@rusi.org

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