“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.
Telling the Story of the Cuban Missile Crisis From the Perspective of Kennedy, Khrushchev and Castro.
Is al-Qaeda Trying to Get a Bomb? Documents Trace U.S. Nuclear Counter-Terror Efforts.
CIA Analysis Acknowledges Intelligence Failure on Iraq’s WMDs.
U.S. Officials Worried that Unless U.S. and Allies Imposed Classification and Export Controls “Unfriendly” Countries Such as China Could Acquire Gas Centrifuges.
State Department Affirmed Colombian Military Effort to “Cover Up” Involvement in Paramilitary Killings.
The National Security Archive today has posted over 100 recently released CIA documents relating to September 11, Osama bin Laden, and U.S. counterterrorism operations.
Soviet government official Anatoly Chernyaev records an insider’s view of the Brezhnev era.
Judge denies declassification of final volume of CIA official report on invasion of Cuba.
Liberian Warlord Guilty of Crimes Against Humanity During Sierra Leone’s Civil War. Freedom of Information documents detail Human Rights abuses in Liberia.
The SOLO records are an extraordinary new contribution to the history of the FBI and American intelligence.
Document sheds light on disputes over treatment of detainees.
New U.S. Documents Show Washington Sided with British in Early April 1982 While Publicly Declaring Neutrality.
Today marks the 30th anniversary of the coup that propelled General Efraín Ríos Montt to power and launched the most violent period of the 36-year internal armed conflict in Guatemala.
False Warnings of Soviet Missile Attacks during 1979-80 Led to Alert Actions for U.S. Strategic Forces.
The 3 A.M. Phone Call – Source Documents.