China May Have Helped Pakistan Nuclear Weapons Design

… Newly Declassified Intelligence Indicates – Published on The National Security Archive NSA, Electronic Briefing Book No. 423, by William Burr, April 23, 2013:

  • CIA in 1977 Correctly Estimated South Africa Could Produce Enough Weapons-Grade Uranium “to Make Several Nuclear Devices Per Year”
  • Report on the Libyan Nuclear Program Found that “Serious Deficiencies,” “Poor Leadership” and Lack of “Coherent Planning” Made it “Highly Unlikely to Achieve a Nuclear Weapons Capability “Within the Next 10 years”
  • Intelligence Estimates on Argentina and Brazil Raised Questions About Their Nuclear Programs and Whether they Sought a Weapons Capability

(full text, Documents 1 – 11, Notes 1 – 14).

National Security Agency Tasked with Targeting Adversaries’ Computers for Attack Since Early 1997, according to Declassified Document
Published on The National Security Archive, Electronic Briefing Book No. 424, by Jeffrey T. Richelson, April 26, 2013:  

  • “The Future of Warfare Is Warfare in Cyberspace,” NSA Declared
  • “Cyberspace and U.S. National Security” – New Archive Posting Explores Wide Range of U.S. Cyber Concerns, Experiences and Counter-Activities

(full text, Documents 1 – 92, Notes 1 – 17).

Links:

NSA on en.wikipedia with its External Links;

The Nuclear Vault on NSA: Homepage; Electronic Briefing Books; Special Collection: Key Documents on Nuclear Weapons Policy, 1945-1990; Photo Gallery; Key Readings;

Digital National Security Archive: Homepage; About; DNSA Collections; Contacts.

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