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Nuclear Weapons in Korea, 1968

Nuclear Weapons in Korea, 1968
Nuclear Weapons in Korea, 1968
This May 1968 paper prepared within the Pentagon provided for the use of nuclear weapons in the event of renewed hostilities on the Korean peninsula in the wake of North Korea's seizure of the U.S. spy ship Pueblo. President Lyndon B. Johnson was unlikely to have approved such an action More Info »
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Hot Documents: Circusmaster Cheney and the Church Committee

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Dick Cheney worked for President Gerald R. Ford as his deputy assistant, under Donald Rumsfeld. Cheney became the point man in responding to the spy scandals of 1975, when a public firestorm, ignited by revelations of CIA domestic spying, led to investigations of U.S. intelligence agencies in both the Senate More Info »
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Hot Documents: Church Committee Access to CIA Records

Hot Documents: Church Committee Access to CIA Records
Hot Documents: Church Committee Access to CIA Records
March 15, 2014--Amid the swirling allegations of whether Dianne Feinstein and the Senate intelligence committee took a CIA document, or whether they had a proper right to it, the hidden central issue is what terms Feinstein's committee and the CIA agreed upon for their access to agency records. The important stakes involved More Info »
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Hot Document: NSA's Been There Before

Hot Document: NSA’s Been There Before
Hot Document: NSA’s Been There Before
February 27, 2014-- In late October 1975, when the National Security Agency faced an earlier scandal regarding its eavesdropping on Americans, the director of the time, Air Force General Lew Allen, was required to testify before a Senate committee investigating U.S. intelligence. President Gerald R. Ford insisted that his White More Info »
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Hot Document : Today as Yesterday-Pike Recommendations

Hot Document : Today as Yesterday-Pike Recommendations
Hot Document : Today as Yesterday-Pike Recommendations
March 6, 2014-- This document presents the draft recommendations of the congressional investigation of U.S. intelligence by the Pike Committee of the House of Representatives which the Ford administration found so threatening. See my yesterday "CIA Bamboozles Congress--Again" for an analysis of the parallels between 1975, when Representative Pike's paper originated, and events today. More Info »
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American Views of the Central Office for South Vietnam

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In the Vietnam war a shadowy enemy headquarters, the “Central Office for South Vietnam,” controlled National Liberation Front forces in the southern theater. Whether this “COSVN” represented the Liberation Front high command, or was an appendage of the North Vietnamese army remained a question for U.S. commanders. This article examines what American experts and intelligence officials said and wrote about COSVN during the war. Continue reading More Info »
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