Axis of Deceit

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Black Incorporated Agenda, 2004 - History - 200 pages
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Wilkie looks at how the case for war with Iraq was made in Washington, London and Canberra. He explains how the three governments routinely skewed, spun and fabricated the relevant intelligence. This is also Wilkie's own story: how an insider became a whistleblower; he also offers up-to-date insights on intelligence.

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A great, political read which just reinforces my views on conservative politics Read full review

About the author (2004)

Andrew Wilkie was a lieutenant colonel in the Australian Defence Force before he joined ONA as a Senior Strategic Analyst. From 1999 to 2000, he worked on a range of issues including Kosovo, terrorism, WMD and border protection. He returned to ONA shortly after the September 11 attacks to become the Senior Transnational Issues Analyst Since leaving ONA, Andrew Wilkie has been called upon to give evidence at the official UK and Australian inquiries into the case for the Iraq war. He is contesting John Howard's seat of Bennelong for the Greens in the 2004 federal election

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