Schema-Root.org logo

 

  cross-referenced news and research resources about

 National Security Archives

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.
Schema-Root.org logo
images:  google   yahoo YouTube
spacer

updated Mon. October 23, 2017

-
... ke Edwin L. Fox, Lampiran 1, Airgram A-125 dari Kedutaan Besar AS di Jakarta ke Negara Bagian, Dokumen National Security Archives.
Telegram 542 A dari Menteri Luar Negeri AS ke Kedutaan Amerika di Jakarta. Dokumen National Security Archives. Nsarchive2.gwu.edu.
Telegram 542 A dari Menteri Luar Negeri AS ke Kedutaan Amerika di Jakarta. Dokumen National Security Archives. Nsarchive2.gwu.edu.
... and Ethics in Washington (CREW), the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University,and the National Security Archives.
... unless we had a companion limit on defensive forces," McNamara told the George Washington University National Security Archives before ...
Two groups - citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington and the National Security Archives - filed a lawsuit in federal court in June ...
... of a superpower conflict," John Prados and Jack Cheevers at the George Washington University National Security Archives wrote in 2014.
Nestled in Orange County, among the Starbucks, strip malls and highways, there's a tiny immigrant community with an enormous historical ...
citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington and the National Security Archives filed the lawsuit late last week in federal court.
The State Department today released a long-awaited "retrospective" volume of declassified U.S. government documents on the 1953 coup in ...
22, 1986, according to a page from North's own notebook, published by the National Security Archives. Noriega offered to help train the ...
The same judge has also issued a formal request to the French government to declassify National Security Archives related to the assassination ...
To Jones of the National Security Archives, "you can certainly argue that every tweet from the president is historically significant, even with a typo in it.
A declassified briefing by the National Security Archives revealed that, during the Rwandan genocide in 1994, State Department lawyers were concerned that calling the event genocide might require the Clinton administration to "actually 'do something.
George Washington University's National Security Archives revealed in 2016: "During the transition, the CIA sent Nixon envelopes filled with PDBs and other reports, but they simply piled up.
According to the National Security Archives, on October 27, 1962, a Russian submarine referred to as B-59 was deep underwater when it heard practice explosions being set off by American forces nearby.
The document, made public recently by George Washington University's National Security Archives, was used by then National Security Advisor William Clark, Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger and Joint Chiefs Of Staff Chairman David Jones for a ...
The document, made public recently by George Washington University's National Security Archives, was used by then National Security Advisor William Clark, Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger and Joint Chiefs Of Staff Chairman David Jones for a ...
The document, made public recently by George Washington University's National Security Archives, was used by then National Security Advisor William Clark, Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger and Joint Chiefs Of Staff Chairman David Jones for a ...
By sheer coincidence this outburst has come when the George Washington University's "National Security Archives" had managed to declassify and release a file on December 22, 2016 on the same subject.
The National Security Archives notes that the exact reasons why Nixon did not follow the advice of his Pentagon advisers is unclear.
citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) and the National Security Archives filed lawsuits claiming that the Bush administration knew as early as 2005 that its lack of an email archiving system violated federal laws requiring that ...
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 ...


spacer

 


 


 


 


schema-root.org

     national security archives

think tanks:
     cato institute
     ekklesia
     free market
     loka
     national security archives
     rand
     sipri
     site institute