Sono più di 3600 i documenti collegati all’assassinio di JFK ancora secretati dal governo USA. La notizia, anticipata da Jefferson Morley, ex reporter del Washington Post e curatore del sito jfkfacts, ha trovato conferma nei giorni scorsi con la pubblicazione, dalle pagine web di WhoWhatWhy, di un file con la lista completa dei documenti.
Da lunedì 5 maggio sono disponibili in versione digitale gli atti della Commissione parlamentare d’inchiesta sulla loggia massonica: “Un passo importante volto a diffondere documenti di fondamentale importanza e a illuminare episodi tragici della storia repubblicana” scrive Ilaria Moroni, direttrice del Centro documentazione archivio Flamigni. Nei giorni scorsi, il presidente del Consiglio Matteo Renzi ha
WASHINGTON — The budget ax has fallen on a CIA office that focused on declassifying historical materials, a move scholars say will mean fewer public disclosures about long-buried intelligence secrets and scandals. The Historical Collections Division, which has declassified documents on top Soviet spies, a secret CIA airline in the Vietnam War, the Cuban missile
The Iraq War Ten Years After Declassified Documents Show Failed Intelligence, Policy Ad Hockery, Propaganda-Driven Decisionmaking National Security Archive Publishes "Essential" Primary Sources on Operation Iraqi Freedom National Security Archive Briefing Book No. 418 Posted — March 19, 2013 Edited by Joyce Battle and Malcolm Byrne For more information contact: Joyce Battle or Malcolm Byrne
Foreign Policy Magazine Features CIA Document Released to National Security Archive "A Classified Mea Culpa on Iraq" CIA Analysis Acknowledges Intelligence Failure on Iraq's WMDs Posted – September 5, 2012 For more information contact: Tom Blanton – 202/994-7000 or firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.nsarchive.org Washington, D.C., September 5, 2012 — The online magazine ForeignPolicy.com today published an extraordinary
U.S. Intelligence Downplayed the Chances of an Indian Nuclear Test in 1974 Despite "Apparently Reliable and Seemingly Credible" Reports to the Contrary Low Priority for Intelligence Collection Meant that Test Preparations Could Go Undetected Post-Mortem on 1974 Indian Test Criticized Intelligence Community Performance for "Waffling Judgments" and Not Following Up Leads For further information: William
TEL AVIV, Israel (CBS) — Fifty years after Adolf Eichmann was sentenced to death by an Israeli court for Nazi war crimes, the country's secret service opens its archive to reveal the story behind his capture. Israel's secret service, Mossad, opened its archives to the public on Tuesday retelling the story behind the capture of
National Security Archive Update, October 11, 2011 U.S. Strategic Nuclear Policy: A Video History, 1945-2004 Sandia Labs Historical Video Documents History of U.S. Strategic Nuclear Policy Interviewees Include Robert McNamara, Brent Scowcroft, James Schlesinger and Last Strategic Air Commander-in-Chief Lee Butler For more information contact: William Burr – 202/994-7000 http://www.nsarchive.org Washington, D.C., October 11, 2011
National Security Archive lawsuit yields never-before-seen volumes of Massive Study; Agency continues to withhold Volume 5 For more information contact: Peter Kornbluh – 202/994-7000 http://www.nsarchive.org Washington, D.C., August 1, 2011 – Pursuant to a FOIA lawsuit filed by the National Security Archive on the 50th anniversary of the infamous CIA-led invasion of Cuba, the CIA
National Security Archive Update, July 27, 2011 Newly Declassified "Nodis" State Department Cables Disclose Parallel U.S. and British Efforts to Delay the Pakistani Nuclear Weapons Program 300 U.S. Demarches Sent to Nuclear Exporters during 1978-1981 in Attempt to Halt Pakistani Nuclear Purchases U.S.-Pakistani Relations Reached "Lowest Ebb" with U.S. Encouragement to France to Cancel Reprocessing
U.S. Intelligence Eyes Chinese Research into Space-Age Weapons Possible Use of Electromagnetic and Microwave Radiation against Taiwan or U.S. Fleet Raised Declassified Documents Are Part of Major New Collection on a Half Century of U.S. Spying on China Other Highlights of the Collection Include: References to Cyber-Warfare Dangers of Building Nuclear Plants in Japan (Fukushima
In 1967, a history of the United States’ involvement in Indochina was commissioned by Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, who had become increasingly sceptical about the Vietnam War. The work continued for eighteen months, resulting in some 2.5 million words of narrative text and accompanying documents. The study was meant to be kept secret,
CIA History of DCI William Colby Finally Qualifies as "Non-Secret" CIA Director Distinguishes "bad"/"good"/"lesser" and "non-secrets" Colby Bio-Documentary Opens in Washington October 28 For more information contact: John Prados – 202/994-7000 http://www.nsarchive.org Washington, D.C., October 28, 2011 – CIA director William Colby rebuffed criticisms from senior Agency operators about disclosure of CIA misdeeds by describing
As the international community continues to grapple with how best to thwart North Korea's nuclear ambitions, a Seoul-based publication has revealed declassified US Central Intelligence Agency documents shedding light on South Korea's own efforts to acquire nuclear weapons four decades ago. Global Asia, a publication of the East Asia Foundation in Seoul, said the previously
New Documents Detail America's Strategic Response to 9/11. Bush White House Resistant to Rebuilding Afghanistan Rumsfeld's War Aim: "Significantly Change the World's Political Map". Washington, DC, September 11, 2011 – In October 2001 the U.S. sent a private message to Taliban leader Mullah Omar warning that "every pillar of the Taliban regime will be destroyed,"