The full report of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on WMD in Iraq, Evidence and Implications is downloadable in .pdf
(111 pages). Long download time, Edis has copy on CD. The summary is on this webpage
. The report details what the U.S. and international intelligence communities understood about Iraq's weapons programs before the war and outlines policy reforms to improve threat assessments, deter transfer of WMD to terrorists, strengthen the UN weapons inspection process, and avoid politicization of the intelligence process. It distills a massive amount of data into side-by-side comparisons of pre-war intelligence, the official presentation of that intelligence, and what is now known about Iraq's programs.