Lastest Disclosures at the National Security Archive NSA

OPERATION CONDOR ON TRIAL: LEGAL PROCEEDINGS ON LATIN AMERICAN RENDITION AND ASSASSINATION PROGRAM OPEN IN BUENOS AIRES
Published on NSA, Electronic Briefing Book No. 416, by Carlos Osorio, March 8, 2013:
National Security Archive Posts CIA, DIA and State Department Intelligence Reports Provided to Argentine Prosecutors;  

State Department Intelligence and Research Predicted 1973 Arab-Israeli War
Published on NSA, Electronic Briefing Book No. 415, by William Burr, March 5, 2013:
Key INR Memo Published for the First Time,
A “Case of Wisdom Lost” Nearly Lost;

U.S. Officials Hoped Chinese Liberalization Program for Tibet in Early 1980s Would Bring Significant Improvements
Published on NSA, Electronic Briefing Book No. 414, by Robert A. Wampler, PhD, February 28, 2013:
Declassified Embassy Cables Assess Rationales for Beijing’s Short-Lived Policy and Reasons for Its Collapse,
China’s Proposed Inducement – to Elect the Dalai Lama to the Chinese Legislature – “is not to be compared with being a living god in Lhasa,” U.S. Embassy Wrote;

OSCARS: DECLASSIFIED DOCUMENTS TELL HISTORY BEHIND BEST FOREIGN FILM NOMINATION, “NO”
Published on NSA, Electronic Briefing Book No. 413, by Peter Kornbluh, February 22, 2013:
ONCE SECRET CIA, DEFENSE AND STATE DEPARTMENT RECORDS FILL IN GAPS IN CHILEAN FILM DEPICTING MEDIA CAMPAIGN TO OUST GENERAL AUGUSTO PINOCHET
PINOCHET TOLD HIS ADVISORS: “I’M NOT LEAVING, NO MATTER WHAT,” INTELLIGENCE DOCUMENTS REVEAL;

U.S. Detected Indian Nuclear Test Preparations in 1995, but Photo Evidence was “Clear As Mud
Published on NSA, Electronic Briefing Book No. 412, by William Burr, February 22, 2013:
Documents Reveal Washington’s Uncertainty Over Whether Prime Minister Rao Had Approved a Test, but Eventually State Department Intelligence Predicted a Non-Test
U.S. Intelligence Characterized 1974 “Peaceful Nuclear Explosion” as “Near-Failure”
Analysts Joked They Had Detected a Satellite TV Dish—Good for Viewing MTV on “Long Lonely Nights”.

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