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National Security Archive

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. The

National Security Archive

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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John Prados, a fellow at George Washington University's National Security Archives came to the conclusion in a study of declassified Bush administration documents that Bolton bears a significant amount of blame for the politicized intelligence used to justify the decision to attack Iraq. This appointment ... John Bolton war
John Prados, a fellow at George Washington University's National Security Archives, came to an even broader conclusion in a study of declassified Bush administration documents: Bolton bears a significant amount of blame for the politicized intelligence used to justify the decision to attack Iraq. “Although ... John Bolton war

However, you will find nothing to support this caricature of reality in the 30 documents examined in the National Security Archives study. On the contrary, the conversations recorded are imbued with a sense of history in the making, of a Europe transfigured and of achieving a level of peaceful cooperation ... John Bolton war
Paul Szoldra (@PaulSzoldra) January 24, 2018. Rumsfeld knows the importance of being comfortable when dealing with reporters: pic.twitter.com/SLdnzE5stp. — Aaron Mehta (@AaronMehta) January 24, 2018. For more from Rumsfeld's desk, make sure to visit the National Security Archives website. John Bolton war
Eric contacted the National Security Archives to obtain the first manual used in 1953, which states very clearly that the most efficient assassination method was a fall of 75 feet or more onto a hard surface. It also instructs the agent to play the “horrified witness” and that it's best to give the subject “a blow on ... John Bolton war
A report by the Sandia National Laboratory published by the National Security Archives said both bombs were initially in the safe position, but the force of the crash initiated mechanical actions that normally require human interventions. In both cases, the report said, the “fuzing sequence had begun: an ... John Bolton war

Two groups – Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington and the National Security Archives – filed a lawsuit in federal court in June arguing that the White House was violating the Presidential Records Act. RELATED CONTENT. Trump Blocked Me on Twitter. As part of the lawsuit, the groups have ... John Bolton war
... conflict,” John Prados and Jack Cheevers at the George Washington University National Security Archives wrote in 2014. “Military contingency plans, which President Lyndon Johnson eventually rejected, included a naval blockade, major air strikes and even use of nuclear weapons against North Korea.”. John Bolton war
The State Department today released a long-awaited “retrospective” volume of declassified U.S. government documents on the 1953 coup in Iran, including records describing planning and implementation of the covert operation. The publication is the culmination of decades of internal debates and public ... John Bolton war
Paul Szoldra (@PaulSzoldra) January 24, 2018. Rumsfeld knows the importance of being comfortable when dealing with reporters: pic.twitter.com/SLdnzE5stp. — Aaron Mehta (@AaronMehta) January 24, 2018. For more from Rumsfeld's desk, make sure to visit the National Security Archives website. Cold War
Rep. Mac Thornberry, R-Texas, said Tuesday that a real North Korea missile launch toward Hawaii is 'not far-fetched' and the U.S. must be serious about the possibility following a false and harrowing alert on the island over the weekend. Meanwhile, the House Armed Services Committee chairman said the ... Cold War
The Russia-obsessed corporate media continues to peddle the narrative that Donald Trump has turned the United States into a client-state of Russia, even while he directly provokes the former Soviet Union by providing Russia's foe — Urkaine — with the largest lethal assistance to a country on its border. Cold War
The information was divulged by the CIA in a series of declassified documents under the Freedom of Information Act invoked by the National Security Archives – a non-government organization. The documents reveal that an operation, codenamed Operation Ajax, was carried out “under CIA direction as an ... Cold War
Recent publication of documents from the George Washington University's National Security Archives (GWUNSA) reveals the extent to which promises made to Mikhail Gorbachev were simply ignored. These documents consist of official records of meetings between Russian and Western officials, together ... Cold War
Eric contacted the National Security Archives to obtain the first manual used in 1953, which states very clearly that the most efficient assassination method was a fall of 75 feet or more onto a hard surface. It also instructs the agent to play the “horrified witness” and that it's best to give the subject “a blow on ... Cold War
“The fact that he's been allowed to live here doesn't surprise me,” said Kate Doyle, of the National Security Archives in Washington, D.C., who has testified in war crimes trials in Guatemala. “There are so many cases like Samayoa's that have not been uncovered and addressed.” Doyle notes that Samayoa ... Cold War

... and an informant on the activities of other prominent exiles such as Jorge Mas Canosa and Orlando Bosch”, said Peter Kornbluh, director of the Cuba Documentation Project at the National Security Archives at George Washington University. “Through the special JFK declassification, we now have the full ... Cold War
A report by the Sandia National Laboratory published by the National Security Archives said both bombs were initially in the safe position, but the force of the crash initiated mechanical actions that normally require human interventions. In both cases, the report said, the “fuzing sequence had begun: an ... Cold War
The same judge has also issued a formal request to the French government to declassify national security archives related to the assassination in order to address questions about France's alleged role in Sankara's death. As promising as these steps have been, significant political challenges could obstruct ... Cold War
And while using the official @POTUS or @WhiteHouse accounts for political activities would be in violation of federal law, political tweets from his personal @realDonaldTrump account are acceptable. Two groups – Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington and the National Security Archives ... Cold War
... conflict,” John Prados and Jack Cheevers at the George Washington University National Security Archives wrote in 2014. “Military contingency plans, which President Lyndon Johnson eventually rejected, included a naval blockade, major air strikes and even use of nuclear weapons against North Korea.”. Cold War
Nestled in Orange County, among the Starbucks, strip malls and highways, there's a tiny immigrant community with an enormous historical burden. They come from the Marshall Islands, an archipelago in the South Pacific made up of 2,000 small tropical atolls. And they have the unfortunate distinction of ... Cold War
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington and the National Security Archives filed the lawsuit late last week in federal court. The groups also claim White House personnel "have used and … continue to use certain email messaging applications that destroy the contents of messages as soon as ... Cold War
The State Department today released a long-awaited “retrospective” volume of declassified U.S. government documents on the 1953 coup in Iran, including records describing planning and implementation of the covert operation. The publication is the culmination of decades of internal debates and public ... Cold War
A US Department of State document (published by the non-profit National Security Archives) identified Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, ... Cold War
... ke Edwin L. Fox, Lampiran 1, Airgram A-125 dari Kedutaan Besar AS di Jakarta ke Negara Bagian, Dokumen National Security Archives. Cold War
Telegram 542 A dari Menteri Luar Negeri AS ke Kedutaan Amerika di Jakarta. Dokumen National Security Archives. Nsarchive2.gwu.edu. Cold War
Telegram 542 A dari Menteri Luar Negeri AS ke Kedutaan Amerika di Jakarta. Dokumen National Security Archives. Nsarchive2.gwu.edu. Cold War
... and Ethics in Washington (CREW), the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University,and the National Security Archives. Cold War
... unless we had a companion limit on defensive forces,” McNamara told the George Washington University National Security Archives before ... Cold War
Two groups – Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington and the National Security Archives – filed a lawsuit in federal court in June ... Cold War
... of a superpower conflict,” John Prados and Jack Cheevers at the George Washington University National Security Archives wrote in 2014. Cold War
... the block,” says Peter Kornbluh, senior analyst at the National Security Archives and one of the foremost experts on the Cuban missile crisis. Cold War
Nestled in Orange County, among the Starbucks, strip malls and highways, there's a tiny immigrant community with an enormous historical ... Cold War
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington and the National Security Archives filed the lawsuit late last week in federal court. Cold War
The State Department today released a long-awaited “retrospective” volume of declassified U.S. government documents on the 1953 coup in ... Cold War
22, 1986, according to a page from North's own notebook, published by the National Security Archives. Noriega offered to help train the ... Cold War
The same judge has also issued a formal request to the French government to declassify national security archives related to the assassination ... Cold War
“Peter Kornbluh, who is the top historian in the United States on Cuba for the National Security Archives, is my historical consultant. Cold War
The Salvadoran Truth Commission, declassified documents collected by the non-profit National Security Archives, and the diary of one of the ... Cold War
... the block,” says Peter Kornbluh, senior analyst at the National Security Archives and one of the foremost experts on the Cuban missile crisis. Cold War
... the United States was following developments in the Iran-Iraq war with extraordinary intensity, according to The National Security Archives. Cold War
Fox News host Greg Gutfeld revived an old and unconfirmed story about deceased Sen. Ted Kennedy's overtures to Soviet leaders in 1983. Cold War
"Government transparency did not open up national security archives to researchers, and whistleblower protection did not happen after all. Cold War
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington and the National Security Archives filed the lawsuit late last week in federal court. Cold War
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington and the National Security Archives filed the lawsuit late last week in federal court. Cold War
The State Department today released a long-awaited “retrospective” volume of declassified U.S. government documents on the 1953 coup in ... Cold War
The State Department today released a long-awaited “retrospective” volume of declassified U.S. government documents on the 1953 coup in ... Cold War
As the scandal surrounding President Donald Trump's apparent entanglements with Russia has grown increasingly serious the comparisons to ... Cold War


 

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