A National Security Talk Between Two Colleagues

By Cristina C. Giancchini & SC
Last month I was having an interesting conversation with a colleague (hereby designated SC, as in Silent Contributor) about the recent London Terrorist Attacks, and why it is so difficult for the political echelon to coordinate with the security establishment. Most of our conversation is not for public consumption, notwithstanding there is a section of it that I think is very enlightening and therefore should be shared with our readers. That part of our interaction went as follows:

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