This is a collection of primary documents related to contemporary U.S. national security held by The National Security Archive (NSA) in the United States.
Japan and the United States: Diplomatic, Security, and Economic Relations, Part III, 1961-2000
Contains approximately 900 diplomatic documents, including declassified documents, from the Kennedy to Clinton administrations. Covers a wide range of topics and events related to U.S.-Japan diplomacy, including political, military, trade, and economic policies.
(For Part I, we have a microfiche in our collection. Please refer to this page.)
CIA Family Jewels Indexed
CIA Family Jewels Indexed is the materials about the CIA's domestic intelligence activities conducted at the height of the Cold War, through 1973. The "Family Jewels" represents the CIA's own view, in 1973, of those domestic activities it had engaged in up to that time that were outside its charter, hence illegal.
The Cuban Missile Crisis: 50th Anniversary Update
This is a rich update consisting the latest declassified documentation on the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, with never-before-published records from U.S. and Soviet archives, highlights from the archive of Anastas Mikoyan - the Soviet leader who negotiated the end of the crisis, U.S. Navy tracking reports, briefing documents for the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and formerly classified U.S. intelligence materials. Also in this update are 4 volumes of the CIA’s internal history of the Bay of Pigs invasion of 1961.