Antiwar Radio: Ray McGovern

Ray McGovern, member of Veterans For Peace and former senior analyst at the CIA, discusses his article Gen. Keane Keen on Attacking Iran; the US intelligence analysts who stuck to their guns on the 2007 and 2011 Iran NIEs, possibly preventing a war; internal division in the Bush administration on Iraq War strategy, with Rumsfeld and the Iraq Study Group (James Baker and Lee Hamilton) advocating drawdown, and Fred Kagan and Gen. Keane promoting a surge; and the changing of the guard in 2007, as the ambitious Gen. Petraeus displaced Generals Casey and Abizaid.