Disclosures on The National Security Archive

Nunn-Lugar Revisited
Published on The National Security Archive, Electronic Briefing Book no. 447, by Tom Blanton and Svetlana Savranskaya with Anna Melyakova, November 22, 2013:

  • Documents detail “proliferation in reverse” success story
  • U.S.-Russian cooperation on threat reduction from the Soviet Union in 1991 to Syria in 2013;

Pakistan’s Illegal Nuclear Procurement Exposed in 1987
Published on The National Security Archive, Electronic Briefing Book no. 446, by William Burr, November 22, 2013:   

  • Arrest of Arshed Pervez Sparked Reagan Administration Debate over Sanctions
  • Newly Declassified Documents Show Illegal Network Had Islamabad’s “Approval, Protection, and Funding”
  • Reagan White House Chose Afghan War over Nonproliferation Enforcement;

The Able Archer 83 Sourcebook
Published on The National Security Archive, by Nate Jones, November 7, 2013;

Mexico’s San Fernando Massacres: A Declassified History
Published on The National Security Archive, Electronic Briefing Book no. 445, by Michael Evans and Jesse Franzblau, November 6, 2013:

  • “Near total impunity” for Mexican Cartels “in the face of compromised local security forces,” according to U.S.
  • DEA Linked Zetas to Guatemalan Special Forces in Weeks Prior to San Fernando Migrant Massacre;

TEE DIEM COUP AFTER 50 YEARS – (an update to EBB No. 302, Dec 11, 2009)
Published on The National Security Archive, Electronic Briefing Book no. 444, by John Prados, November 1, 2013:

  • JOHN F. KENNEDY AND SOUTH VIETNAM, 1963;

The Area 51 File: Secret Aircraft and Soviet MiGs
Published on The National Security Archive, Electronic Briefing Book no. 443, by Jeffrey T. Richelson, October 29, 2013:

  • Declassified Documents Describe Stealth Facility in Nevada.

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