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Wrecking an International Project: Notes from a saboteurs vade mecum (Part #14)


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  1. Fail to make available the list of other people known to be interested in such a project, or other information which could facilitate its approval.
  2. Select facts from the proposal and summarize them to give weight to opposing conclusions.
  3. Transfer a mass of documents on to the appropriate body when it is confused by anything more than a summary, or a summary when it is annoyed by the absence of detailed documents.
  4. Encourage submission of the project through a body which already has an overload of projects for consideration.