Preventing international crisis: an intelligence or policy making issue?

Ewen Fondrillon
International crisis seem inescapable, yet there is always the temptation to look for someone responsible. In these scenario, such as the Iraq invasion of 2003, the intelligence community is an easy target to blame.

However, the intelligence community is not the only part of the intelligence cycle, and ultimately, the decisions and policies are not under its control. Which begs the question: how far does the responsibility for warning of potential crises in international affairs rest...
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