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Counterterrorism Policies In Conflict, Report Says

President Bush’s executive order last August that established the new National Counterterrorism Center and the intelligence reform legislation that he signed in December have created conflicts in counterterrorism policy that need to be resolved, according to a report released last week by the Congressional Research Service (CRS). At issue is Bush’s relationship to the new director of national intelligence (DNI), who is to be the president’s chief adviser on intelligence, and the director of the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC), the organization established to integrate and analyze all counterterrorism intelligence and do strategic planning for counterterrorism operations.Full Story

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