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Cryptome Le blog du Grand Ordre de la Serviette Declassified Government Documents Declassified Government Documents About Declassified Documents | Security Classification | Guides | FOIA Information | Collections at UC Berkeley | Internet Collections and Indexes | Presidential Libraries About Declassified Documents Documents may be classified for many reasons - issues of national security or privacy. a highly-publicized document is published as a part of an investigation. As there are no clear patterns of publication for most declassified documents, it falls to the researcher interested in a document that is declassified to research which agency created the document, who may have researched the document originally, and where it might be now. Security Classification Executive Order 12958 (Classified National Security Information, April 17, 1995) prescribes a uniform system for classifying, safeguarding, and declassifying national security information. The government has had many reviews of security classification. Guides United States intelligence : an encyclopedia.

Aldarone.fr | Allons-y ! Episode 1 Julian Assange’s first guest was Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, leader of Hezbollah. The Hezbollah party is currently a member of the Lebanese government. Its military wing has been described as “the most proficient guerrilla organisation in the world”. Under Nasrallah’s leadership, Hezbollah presided over the withdrawal of Israeli troops from South Lebanon in 2000, and the tactical victory against Israel in the war of Summer 2006. Sayyed Nasrallah has been named among the world’s most influential people by Time Magazine and Newsweek. His fame crosses sectarian divides and national borders, and he is revered and reviled by millions of people in the Middle East and all over the world. This is the first English-language interview with Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah for over a decade. Links to networks hosting this video:English – RTArabic – RTRussian – RTSpanish – RT Transcript Download the transcript Read volunteer translations by unaffiliated supporters

Geekologie - Gadgets, Gizmos, and Awesome Second Release of Subject Files Under the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Disclosure Acts, ca. 1981 - ca. 2003 This series consists of reports, memorandums, messages, summaries, correspondence, dispatches, translations, contracts, receipts, biographies, financial records, itineraries, organizational charts, lists, minutes, transcripts, tables, maps, administrative records, legal documents, chronologies, and other records. Most of the records relate to Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) projects aimed at overthrowing or weakening Communist governments in Soviet Bloc countries during the Cold War. The CIA planned to accomplish this through combinations of military, paramilitary, economic, and psychological warfare operations. 1G1G | Un Gars Une Geek | Actualité Techno, Gadgets et Culture Geek

Traité MES, Pacte budgétaire, Mécanisme de stabilité, TSCG: c'est quoi tout ca? Traité MES, Pacte budgétaire, Traité sur la stabilité, la coordination et la gouvernance, Pacte de stabilité, Six Pack, Mécanisme de stabilité, TSCG, FESF... Qu'est-ce qui se cache derrière tout ça? Le citoyen non averti ne peut qu'en perdre son latin. Soyez sans crainte, vous allez tout comprendre! (Le texte est cafi de liens, n'hésitez pas à cliquer pour en savoir plus) Deux traités intergouvernementaux sont actuellement en cours de ratification dans les États signataires: - le Traité instituant le Mécanisme européen de stabilité, - le Traité sur la stabilité, la coordination et la gouvernance au sein de l'Union économique et monétaire. Pour les non initiés au droit international: Il faut distinguer la signature d'un Traité, qui relève du pouvoir exécutif (gouvernement), de sa ratification, qui relève du pouvoir législatif (Parlement ou citoyens, via référendum). En signant le Traité, le gouvernement s'engage à présenter le texte pour sa ratification. Qu'en est-il du contenu du Traité?

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