All-Source Intelligence Report finds US-Soviet Nuclear Relations on “Hair Trigger” in 1983
U.S. Ambassador Wayne said state was “blaming victims” and “denying any responsibility”
Documents from 1970s Presage Issues Surrounding July 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action Deal with P5+1
Documents show accident and contingency, anxiety in world capitals.
Marking the twenty-fifth anniversary of the crushing of the Tiananmen protests, the National Security Archive is posting 25 Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) records relating to the event and its aftermath.
Chinese Military Was Split over Bloody Suppression of 1989 Student Protests, DIA Reported
National Security Archive FOIA lawsuit exposes gap between Obama Administration's "transparency" policies and actual bureaucratic (and judicial) behavior.
D.C. Circuit split decision rules CIA Draft History can be kept secret indefinitely.
Kissinger pressed Nixon to overthrow the democratically elected Allende government because his “‘model’ effect can be insidious,” documents show
“Brinkmanship” Seen As a “Mainstay of the North’s Negotiating Repertoire,” Say State Department Records
Declassified Documents Show Failed Intelligence, Policy Ad Hockery, Propaganda-Driven Decisionmaking.
The Prize Memorializes President Nixon’s Secretary Who Erased Watergate Tapes
Cold-War DSP System is now in the process of transition to SBIRS. First SBIRS GEO Scheduled to become operational in January 2013.
Declassified Documents Trace U.S. Policy Shifts on Use of Commercial Satellite Imagery from 1970s to Today
Lack of Control over Foreign Developments, Desire to Promote American Firms, and Potential Benefits Vied with National Security Concerns.