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combines a unique range of functions in one non governmental, non-profit institution. The Archive is simultaneously a research institute on international affairs, a library and archive of declassified U.S. documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, a public interest law firm defending and expanding public access to government information through the FOIA, and an indexer and publisher of the documents in books, microfiche, and electronic formats. The Archive's approximately $2.3 million yearly budget comes from publication revenues and from private philanthropists such as the Carnegie Corporation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and the Ford Foundation. As a matter of policy, the Archive receives no government funding.
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In an NPR interview, former CIA field officer Robert Baer and Director of the National Security Archives Tom Blanton agreed that while the U.S.
In an NPR interview, former CIA field officer Robert Baer and Director of the National Security Archives Tom Blanton agreed that while the U.S.

A translated document of the minutes of the Politburo published by the National Security Archives today shows Gorbachev ordered the immediate notification of the US and the International Atomic Energy Agency about the accident.
According to the National Security Archives: "The Honduran human rights ombudsman later found that more than 50 people disappeared at the hands of the military during those years.
Letelier thanks Peter Korbluh from the National Security Archives for continuing to pursue justice, "by clearing the historical record.
The US National Security Archives has declassified previously secret material related to a series of nuclear bomb tests on Bikini Atoll in the Pacific in 1946 that exposed many US servicemen to radiation and left the island uninhabitable forever.

Based on documents of that country's National Security Archives, former US president Richard Nixon ordered his country's intelligence operatives to "make the [Chilean] economy scream".
On July 22, 2016, the U.S. National Security Archives declassified and released all the footage shot by Task Force One, the army Air Force scientific photographic unit as it flew over Bikini Atoll just moments after the Able test detonation (1:00-4:30 ...
Belakangan, Badan Arsip Keamanan Nasional Amerika Serikat atau US National Security Archives merilis rekaman yang diambil oleh pesawat pengintai yang terbang di atas lokasi pengujian nuklir, hanya beberapa menit setelah bom meledak.
The US National Security Archives has declassified and released the entire stock of footage shot by surveillance aircraft that over flew the nuclear test site just minutes after the bomb went off.
The US National Security Archives has declassified and released the entire stock of footage shot by surveillance aircraft that over flew the Bikini Atoll atomic bomb.
Also, transparency advocates say the government regularly over-classifies. According to the Interagency Security Classification Appeals Panel, the government classifies incorrectly 70% of the time.
George Washington University is home to the National Security Archives, and incidentally home of the OFFICIAL PAPERS on Operation Northwoods.
Also, transparency advocates say the government regularly over-classifies. According to the Interagency Security Classification Appeals Panel, the government classifies incorrectly 70% of the time.
George Washington University is home to the National Security Archives, and incidentally home of the OFFICIAL PAPERS on Operation Northwoods.
"The NYPD, in some ways, is an interesting animal in that it's more like an intelligence agency than a lot of other local law enforcement," said Lauren Harper, Director of Communications at the National Security Archives. "But it is troubling because ...
As I began to pour through the documents in the National Security Archives, which are housed at George Washington University, it was stunning.

The two groups have created a startling map of nuclear targets from 1956 based on recently declassified documents from the National Security Archives. Zoom in to any of the 1,100 designated sites and then click "Detonate" to see the potential fallout ...
The two groups have created a startling map of nuclear targets from 1956 based on recently declassified documents from the National Security Archives. Zoom in to any of the 1,100 designated sites and then click "Detonate" to see the potential fallout ...
The two groups have created a startling map of nuclear targets from 1956 based on recently declassified documents from the National Security Archives. Zoom in to any of the 1,100 designated sites and then click "Detonate" to see the potential fallout ...
The two groups have created a startling map of nuclear targets from 1956 based on recently declassified documents from the National Security Archives. Zoom in to any of the 1,100 designated sites and then click "Detonate" to see the potential fallout ...
The two groups have created a startling map of nuclear targets from 1956 based on recently declassified documents from the National Security Archives. Zoom in to any of the 1,100 designated sites and then click "Detonate" to see the potential fallout ...
Published by the National Security Archives in 2015, the list comprises a whopping 1,100 nuclear targets across China, Eastern Europe, Russia, and North Korea.
The two groups have created a startling map of nuclear targets from 1956 based on recently declassified documents from the National Security Archives. Zoom in to any of the 1,100 designated sites and then click "Detonate" to see the potential fallout ...
The two groups have created a startling map of nuclear targets from 1956 based on recently declassified documents from the National Security Archives. Zoom in to any of the 1,100 designated sites and then click "Detonate" to see the potential fallout ...
The two groups have created a startling map of nuclear targets from 1956 based on recently declassified documents from the National Security Archives. Zoom in to any of the 1,100 designated sites and then click "Detonate" to see the potential fallout ...
The two groups have created a startling map of nuclear targets from 1956 based on recently declassified documents from the National Security Archives. Zoom in to any of the 1,100 designated sites and then click "Detonate" to see the potential fallout ...
The two groups have created a startling map of nuclear targets from 1956 based on recently declassified documents from the National Security Archives. Zoom in to any of the 1,100 designated sites and then click "Detonate" to see the potential fallout ...
The two groups have created a startling map of nuclear targets from 1956 based on recently declassified documents from the National Security Archives. Zoom in to any of the 1,100 designated sites and then click "Detonate" to see the potential fallout ...
The Ware Report, an 82 page document written by a team including computer science legend Willis Ware, was recently added to The National Security Archives at George Washington University. The document, declassified in 1975, outlined what were then ...
Jim DeFede, the former great columnist for the Miami Herald; Peter Kornbluh, the Cuban director at the National Security Archives; Sarah Stephens, the founder of the Center for democracy in The Americas; etc., are among the people who, I believe, would ...
"But just this past fall, much more information about Able Archer was released by the National Security Archives and, well, it turns out that we came very, very close to nuclear war - much closer than any of us realized - in November 1983.
An 800-page document has been released and they show plans to essentially destroy the entire "Soviet block". According to Dr.
The plan dates from 1956 and was recently declassified for the National Security Archives. What's scary about it is more or less that it was a plan to kill millions of Russians and associated Communists to keep them from retaliating, something the 800 ...
Nate Jones, an archivist at the National Security Archives based at George Washington University, drew attention to an additional complexity.
Declassified documents from the National Security Archives reveal the extents to which the U.S.-backed dictatorship, on orders from Pinochet himself, would go to ensure evidence and testimony would be silenced.
Castle Bravo spewed radioactive fallout around the world and gravely sickened nearby inhabitants of the Marshall Islands, according to the National Security Archives at George Washington University. Nearly 250 islanders were evacuated, as well as 28 ...
The National Security Archives at George Washington University admitted it might have violated a law by publishing a classified document.
De-classified papers recently posted by the National Security Archives show that Pinochet, the U.S. state Department, the CIA and President Ronald Reagan knew almost immediately what had happened to Rojas and Quintana.
A secret White House report for the president, also declassified Friday, said Chilean intelligence had "fingered army personnel as clearly involved.
... take the time to become an informed citizen and do your own research on this and other issues. The National Security Archives at George Washington University is a great resource for declassified documents that can help people become better informed.
The idea of making the 10 oldest FOIA requests a matter of public record was the National Security Archives' idea and became law in 2007, Blanton said.
EASTHAMPTON, Mass. -- I applaud the release by the National Security Archives of the Grand jury testimony of David Greenglass and Max Elitcher.
Ruth Greenglass died in 2008. Today the National Security Archives released Greenglass' grand jury testimony, lending weight to his account to Roberts.
FBI documents declassified in July in response to Freedom of Information Act (fFOIA) requests by the National Security Archives (NSA), reveal that the bureau has considered these groups as threats for decades - so long in fact, that it has been lost ...
Peter is respected as perhaps America's best Cuban expert and he directs the Washington-based U. S. National Security Archives. Sarah Stephens, the highly respected founder and leader of the Washington-based Center for democracy in The Americas, ...
Peter Kornbluh, director of the Cuba Documentation Project at the National Security Archive at George Washington University. He is co-author of the book, Back Channel to Cuba: The Hidden History of Negotiations between Washington and Havana.
A heavily censured version of the memorandum was already on file at the National Security Archives, and was declassified by the State Department's historian, with a volume of other documents concerning Central America and Mexico , from the period 1973 ...
I had made the trip to George Washington University's National Security Archives in Washington, DC, to view documents my father requested two decades ago under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
I had made the trip to George Washington University's National Security Archives in Washington, DC, to view documents my father requested two decades ago under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).


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