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June 15, 2017

Iran 1953: State Department Finally Releases Updated Official History of Mosaddeq Coup
Formerly Secret Documents from State, CIA Provide New Information about Covert Operations Planning and Implementation Plus Contemporaneous Analyses
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

June 8, 2017

Japan Plutonium Overhang Origins and Dangers Debated by U.S. Officials
Proliferation Risks of Japanese Plutonium Surpluses Troubled U.S. Officials
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

June 2, 2017

The White House, the CIA and the Pike Committee, 1975
Ford Administration Nearly Triggered Constitutional Crisis Over Congressional Access to Intelligence Community Records
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

June 1, 2017

How Do You Solve a Problem like (South) Korea?
U.S.-ROK Relations during the Carter Years Faltered over Troop Withdrawals, Human Rights, an Assassination, and a Coup
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

May 25, 2017

Anatoly S. Chernyaev Diary, 1977
Inside the Central Committee during Brezhnev’s stagnation
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

May 23, 2017

#WeStandWithCEU
The New York Review of Books Features Full-Page Ad for National Security Archive Publications with CEU Press and ProQuest
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

May 18, 2017

Chiquita Papers Are Key Evidence in International Criminal Court Filing
Groups Ask ICC to Investigate Banana Company Execs for Facilitating Crimes Against Humanity
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

May 11, 2017

Chiquita Papers Document over $800,000 in Payments to Colombian Guerrillas
Internal Security Reports Detail Negotiations with Subversive Groups
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

May 10, 2017

Hungary 1956: Reviving the Debate over US (In)action during the Revolution
Eisenhower’s Caution Broadly Justified, Declassified Defense Department Study Finds
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

May 3, 2017

Cyber Vault Highlights
40+ Primary Sources Every Cyber Student Needs
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

April 27, 2017

Trump Continues U.S. Declassified Diplomacy with Argentina
Operation Condor Considered Expanding into United States and Europe, New Records Show
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

April 25, 2017

Agustin Edwards: A Declassified Obituary
Declassified CIA, White House Documents Reveal Collaboration between Chilean Media Mogul and Highest Level of Nixon Administration
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

April 24, 2017

The New Chiquita Papers: Secret Testimony and Internal Records Identify Banana Executives who Bankrolled Terror in Colombia
SEC Deposition Transcripts Detail Years of Payments to Colombian Paramilitary, Guerrilla Groups
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

April 14, 2017

Trump Hides White House Visitor Logs
False Claims of National Security/Privacy Risk; 6 Million Obama Visitors Prove Otherwise
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

April 12, 2017

Stopping Korea from Going Nuclear, Part II
Canada, France, U.S. Cooperated to Halt Seoul's Ambitions
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

April 10, 2017

Trump Visitor Logs Subject to FOIA Lawsuit
Archive, Knight Institute, CREW File Doyle v. DHS in New York Federal Court
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

March 22, 2017

Stopping Korea from Going Nuclear, Part I
Ford Administration Sought to “Inhibit … Development of a Nuclear Explosive Capability;” South Korean Officials Initially Resisted
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

March 13, 2017

In Memoriam Anatoly Chernyaev 1921-2017
Champion of glasnost, hero of Cold War's peaceful end
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

March 11, 2017

Three out of Five Federal Agencies Flout New FOIA Law
Only 38 of 99 Agencies Have Updated Their FOIA Rules
Overhead Imagery: The U.S. Target New Revelations

February 28, 2017

Eisenhower Concluded Neither U.S. Military Operations Nor Popular Uprisings Were Feasible in Soviet-Controlled Eastern Europe, Despite “Rollback” Rhetoric
CIA’s Dulles Agreed: “You Don’t Revolt in the Face of Tanks, Artillery and Tear Gas; Revolutions Are Now at the Top”

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