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CIA Covert Ops in Italy Lasted Long After the 1948 Elections (National Security Archive)

“Despite rhetoric, Eisenhower was not prepared to intervene militarily to block Communists short of forcible seizure of power.”

Dr. Ronald D. Landa

State Department — Office of the Historian…

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TDA #94~Sept. 25, 2016:"DECLASSIFIED: CIA's Internal Draft-History Of Watergate", With Michael Best. 

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IN THIS EPISODE : Counterintelligence Expert, Declassified Documents Archivist and Deep Politics Analyst Michael Best (read Michael’s excellent blog and the articles relevant to our discussion at glomardisclosure.com , and access his outstanding archive at that1archive.org ) is back at the table with us to discuss the recently declassified CIA Watergate document along with his breakdown the Mainstream Media’s faulty reporting on the document, which ranges from misinformation to pure DIS-information. 103 more words

US, UK, had secret plan to bomb Middle East oil facilities if Soviets invaded

Recently uncovered documents shed further light on an ultra-secret plan, devised by the British and American governments, to destroy oil facilities in the Middle East in the event the region was invaded by Soviet troops. 394 more words

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India was in a position to develop nuclear weapons as early as in 1964: US intelligence report

A recently declassified US State department intelligence report has revealed that India was in a position to develop nuclear weapons as early as 1964. The report dated May 14, 1964 released on Wednesday by the National Security Archive and the Nuclear Proliferation International History Project said that political environment in India during that time for undertaking nuclear weapons development was more favourable. 181 more words

Were Pakistani spies behind 2009 attack that killed seven CIA employees?

Two recently declassified United States government documents suggest that Pakistani intelligence officers may have been behind a suicide attack that killed seven employees of the Central Intelligence Agency in Afghanistan. 369 more words

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