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Declassified Diplomacy: Argentina

Categories: Argentina,Civil/Human Rights,Crime/Justice,Foreign Affairs,Govt Secrecy,Headlines,History,Latin America

http://nsarchive.gwu.edu/NSAEBB/NSAEBB556-Obama-administration-declassifies-documents-on-Argentina-military-human-rights-abuses/

A selection of eight key declassified documents from White House and State Department files dealing with the tactic of “disappearance” used by the military junta ruling Argentina during the 1970s and 1980s.  From the National Security Archive

 

Argentina: Carter, Reagan and Bush VP, Part 3

Categories: Argentina,Civil/Human Rights,Crime/Justice,Foreign Affairs,Govt Secrecy,Headlines,History,Latin America

https://www.dni.gov/files/documents/Argentina-Carter-Reagan-and-Bush-VP-Part-3.pdf

Declassification of records relating to human rights abuses in Argentina during the 1976-1983 period of dictatorship.  Continuation of file.

 

Argentina: Carter, Reagan and Bush VP, Part 2

Categories: Argentina,Civil/Human Rights,Crime/Justice,Foreign Affairs,Govt Secrecy,Headlines,History,Latin America

https://www.dni.gov/files/documents/Argentina-Carter-Reagan-and-Bush-VP-Part-2.pdf

Declassification of records relating to human rights abuses in Argentina during the 1976-1983 period of dictatorship.  Continuation of file.

 

Argentina: Carter, Reagan, and Bush VP, Part 1

Categories: Argentina,Civil/Human Rights,Crime/Justice,Foreign Affairs,Govt Secrecy,Headlines,History,Latin America

https://www.dni.gov/files/documents/Argentina-Carter-Reagan-and-Bush-VP-Part-1.pdf

Declassification of records relating to human rights abuses in Argentina during the 1976-1983 period of dictatorship.  The declassified records come from U.S. defense, intelligence, and law enforcement agencies.  From the Office of the Director of National Intelligence

 

2015 Report to the President: Information Security Oversight Office

Categories: Govt Finance,Govt Information,Govt Secrecy

http://www.archives.gov/isoo/reports/2015-annual-report.pdf

The annual report on how much information has been classified by the federal government and what it costs.  Includes trends in classification and declassification.  Finds that classification activities cost the government $16 billion in FY2015.  From the Information Security Oversight Office

 

Intel Committee Publishes Declassified 28 Pages

Categories: Govt Secrecy,Headlines,Saudi Arabia,Terrorism

http://intelligence.house.gov/sites/intelligence.house.gov/files/documents/declasspart4.pdf

Previously classified section of a report by the House and Senate Intelligence Committees on the 9/11 attack.  The newly released section, entitled “Part Four: Finding, Discussion, and Narrative Regarding Certain Sensitive National Security Matters,” discussed potential connections between Saudi Arabia and the hijackers.  From the House Intelligence Committee

 

Statement by FBI Director James B. Comey on the Investigation of Secretary Hillary Clinton’s Use of a Personal E-mail System

https://www.fbi.gov/news/pressrel/press-releases/statement-by-fbi-director-james-b.-comey-on-the-investigation-of-secretary-hillary-clintons-use-of-a-personal-e-mail-system

Finds that Secretary Clinton was extremely careless in handling sensitive information on a private email server, that the security culture in the State Department was lacking in the kind of care for classified information found elsewhere in the government, but that the FBI could not find a case to support bringing criminal charges in its recommendation to the Justice Department.  From the Federal Bureau of Investigation

 

The U.S. Intelligence Community: Selected Cross-Cutting Issues

Categories: Govt Finance,Govt Secrecy,Privacy,Spying/Intelligence

http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/intel/R44455.pdf

Focuses on management issues that affect the Intelligence Community’s ability to counter pervasive and emerging threats.  Describes 8 issues of importance including a policy of continuous evaluation as a substitute for polygraph tests to monitor employee behavior and reliability.  From the Congressional Research Service, posted by the Federation of American Scientists

 

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