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CIA Puts Historical Review Panel on Hold 

CIA Puts Historical Review Panel on Hold 

The panel of historians that advises the CIA on declassification of intelligence records reports the agency had cancelled a scheduled January meeting without explanation. Prof. Robert Jervis of Columbia University, said “the reasons for this remain unclear to us, and no schedule for resumed meetings has been announced.” The story was first reported by the Federation...


Russia’s FSB: We’re Ready to Publish Correspondence With U.S. on Alleged Election Interference.

Nikolai Murashov, the deputy director of the FSB’s National Computer Incident Coordination Center (NCCIC), said Tuesday that Moscow was ready to disclose the full correspondence between Russia and the United States on the alleged election interference, but said that it would need Washington’s consent to do so, the state-run RIA Novosti news agency reported Tuesday....


CIA Formers Fear ‘Ignorance and Psychosis’ in the White House

A surge of public activism by former CIA personnel is one of the most unexpected developments of the Trump presidency, and it is accelerating. Two former CIA officers—both Democrats, both women, both liberal—were elected to Congress on November 6. Abigail Spanberger, former operations officer, was elected in Virginia’s 7th District. Elissa Slotkin, former analyst, won...

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