Intelligence and Espionage
Jan 20, 2016 | Briefing Book br>
Washington, D.C., January 20, 2016 - U.S. military activities in cyberspace have been surprisingly widespread over the years, occurring mainly out of the public eye. Given the sensitivity of many of their operations, this is understandable to a point, but as the number of reported and unreported attacks on military and civilian infrastructure increases – along with the stakes – there is a corresponding public interest in how the Pentagon (and the U.S. government in general) has responded in the past and is preparing for future eventualities.
Nov 20, 2015 | Briefing Book, Sourcebook br>
Related links The U.S. Intelligence Community, 7th edition (Westview, 2015) By Jeffrey T. Richelson The Pentagon’s Spies Updated July 6, 2015 The Record on Curveball November 5, 2007 Underground Facilities: Intelligence and Targeting Issues March 23, 2012 Bookmark and Share
President's Daily Briefs from Kennedy and Johnson Finally Released (Eight Years After Archive, Professor Larry Berman Lawsuit)Sep 16, 2015 | Briefing Book br>
Washington, D.C., September 16, 2015 - Today the CIA and the LBJ Library are releasing online a collection of 2,500 declassified President’s Daily Briefs (PDBs) from the Kennedy and Johnson administrations.
Aug 24, 2015 | Briefing Book br>
Related links NASA's Secret Relationships with U.S. Defense and Intelligence Agencies April 10, 2015 U.S. Reconnaissance Satellites: Domestic Targets April 11, 2008 U.S. Satellite Imagery, 1960-1999 April 14, 1999 FBI spy plane zeroes in on Dearborn area The Detroit News August 5, 2015 Bookmark and Share
White House Efforts to Blunt 1975 Church Committee Investigation into CIA Abuses Foreshadowed Executive-Congressional Battles after 9/11Jul 20, 2015 | Briefing Book br>
Washington, D.C., July 20, 2015 - Forty years ago this year, Congress’s first serious inquiry into CIA abuses faced many of the same political and bureaucratic obstructions as Senate investigators have confronted in assessing Intelligence Community performance since the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Jul 14, 2015 | News br>
Washington, D.C., July 15, 2015 - The newly released grand jury testimony by Ethel Rosenberg's brother David Greenglass suggests he committed perjury on the witness stand in the Rosenberg spy trial, according to experts who analyzed the documents released today and posted by the National Security Archive.
Jul 6, 2015 | Briefing Book br>
Related Postings Torture Report Finally Released December 9, 2014 The Pentagon’s Counterspies September 17, 2007 The Interrogation Documents July 13, 2004 More Archive Resources on U.S. Intelligence: U.S. Intelligence Project Operation Desert Storm: Ten Years After The NRO Declassified The National Security Agency Declassified U.S. Satellite Imagery, 1960-1999 The US Intelligence Community By Jeffrey T. Richelson The US Intelligence Community By Jeffrey T. Richelson
The National Security Archive and Historical Associations Win Lawsuit for David Greenglass TestimonyMay 19, 2015 | News br>
Washington, D.C., May 19, 2015 - The National Security Archive together with leading U.S. historical associations today won a petition for the release of key remaining grand jury records from the prosecution of accused spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, who were indicted in 1951, convicted of espionage for the Soviet Union, and executed in 1953. In today's ruling, U.S. District Court Judge Alvin K.
Apr 10, 2015 | Briefing Book br>
Washington, DC, April 10, 2015 – Furnishing cover stories for covert operations, monitoring Soviet missile tests, and supplying weather data to the U.S. military have been part of the secret side of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) since its inception in 1958, according to declassified documents posted for the first time today by the National Security Archive at The George Washington University (www.nsarchive.org). James E.
Mar 20, 2015 | Briefing Book br>
Washington, DC, March 20, 2015 – For decades the Central Intelligence Agency has conducted a major signals intelligence (SIGINT) effort that often placed it in competition with other members of the Intelligence Community, according to a significant collection of declassified documentation posted today by the National Security Archive (www.nsarchive.org).