I'm passing this along because it looks so interesting, but with the disclaimer that I haven't viewed the video as yet.
The Iraq Survey Group (yes, the ones who looked for WMD in Iraq) captured scads of documents, most of which have gone untranslated because of the lack of manpower (the US is short on Intel types who speak/read Arabic). Under pressure from some Senate Republicans, many (not all) of the documents have been made public and they are being translated piecemeal by the press and public. One mild mystery about the situation is the resistance of the administration to releasing the documents. Conventional wisdom has it that additional embarrassment for US intelligence agencies may result, though there are also suggestions that alliances may be tested (as with Russia).
The panel discussion (I presume) covers what has been learned from the documents thus far and what the findings mean in the broader context.
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