7 December 2018 — National Security Archive
November 19 2018 — National Security Archive
National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 648
Washington D.C., November 19, 2018 – Today, the National Security Archive is publishing a set of documents to commemorate the life and achievements of long-time diplomat and presidential adviser Llewellyn Thompson and highlight the publication of a biography of him written by his daughters, Jenny Thompson and Sherry Thompson, The Kremlinologist: Llewellyn E. Thompson, America’s Man in Cold War Moscow (Johns Hopkins Nuclear History and Contemporary Affairs, 2018). The posting includes never-before-published translations of Russian memcons with Khrushchev and Thompson’s cables from Moscow.
2 October 2018 — National Security Archive
Clinton Presidential Library Releases Memcons and Telcons of the 1990s
“We’ll build the partnership on the basis of our friendship, yours and mine, and we’ll do so for the sake of world peace”
“I understand your point Bill, and I will act as you suggest I should, especially since this is part of past practice established between you and me, and it has never failed us in the past” (Yeltsin to Clinton, September 12, 1998)
National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 640
10 August 2018 — National Security Archive
National Security Archive Wins FOIA Lawsuit for Thailand Black Site Reports
Haspel described extended sessions of physical violence and waterboarding; CIA cables detail contract psychologists Mitchell and Jessen working for Haspel
National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 636
6 June 2018 — National Security Archive
New Feature of Cyber Vault Project
Washington D.C., June 6, 2018 – The National Security Archive’s Cyber Vault Project announces the launch of the CyberWar Map. An interactive resource, it is both a visualization of state-sponsored cyberattacks and an index of documents in the Archive’s Cyber Vault relevant to the subject.