Chain of Command: The Road from 9/11 to Abu Ghraib Topics for Discussion

Seymour Hersh
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Explain reasons for why questionable intelligence reports (such as the Niger-Iraq uranium connection) were able to reach President Bush.

How did the Bush Administration's decision to pursue a war with Iraq change the direction of the War on Terror and the world's perception of the United States?

Explain moral and ethical considerations as they relate to a possible policy of "legal" political assassination.

Did Richard Perle have a conflict of interest while working for the government and heading a related company on the side? Explain your answer.

Describe the relationship between the nations of Pakistan and India.

What caused the C.I.A. to decline in power throughout the 1990s?

Why was Donald Rumsfeld compared to Robert McNamara?

What is the purpose of the I.A.E.A.? Is it an American organization?

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