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Tuesday, January 18, 2005
  Can a policy which achieves the exact opposite of what you intended be considered a success?
Apparently so, if your name is George W. Bush.

The National Intelligence Council (NIC), which advises the CIA director, released a 119 page report which projects the changing geopolitical climate, the effect of globalization and the impact of terrorism over the next 15 years. Based on consultations with over 1,000 intelligence analysts the world over, the report concludes Iraw will become "a training ground, a recruitment ground...the opportunity for enhancing technical skills" for a new generation of professionalized terrorists. Boy, I sure feel safe now. READ THE REPORT
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