According to recently declassified CIA data, obtained by the National Security Archive under the Freedom of Information Act, the CIA had evidence suggesting close Pakistan-China nuclear cooperation, to the point of facilitating a nuclear weapons capability, although the intelligence community saw this as possibly a special case based on an alliance that had existed since 1963.
What does NSA stand for?
NSA stands for National Security Archive
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- National School of Administration (China)
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- National Seniors Australia (est. 1976)
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Jeffrey Richelson Senior Fellow, National Security Archive at George Washington University Washington, DC
The transcript of the interview, which took place three months after the terrorist leader's death, has this week been published by the National Security Archive (NSA) at George Washington University in Washington.
13, 1990, was obtained and revealed by the National Security Archive, a U.
John Prados, a senior fellow of the National Security Archive at George Washington University, has produced the most comprehensive, authoritative, and readable single-volume narrative history of the American war in Vietnam yet seen.
Open government advocates may celebrate the fact that 2011 marks the Freedom of Information Act's (FOIA) 45th birthday, but they likely are not proud of the fact the single oldest records request is now 20 years old, according to the National Security Archive (NSA) at George Washington University.
Most countries sounded sympathetic, though West Germany, a scholar at the National Security Archive, said that a US report from 1978 that could shed light on Khan's activities was missing and that he feared it had been destroyed.
The Fars news agency last month ran a story saying documents recently released in the United States by the National Security Archive proved the Americans "supported the use of chemical weapons against Iran by the former Iraqi regime.