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Documenting U.S. Role in Democracy’s Fall and Dictator’s Rise in Chile - The New York Times
"A dimly lit underground gallery guides visitors through a maze of documents — presidential briefings, intelligence reports, cables and memos — that describe secret operations and intelligence gathering carried out in Chile by the United States from the Nixon years through the Reagan presidency."



"“These documents have helped us rewrite Chile’s contemporary history,” said Francisco Estévez, director of the museum. “This exhibit is a victory in the fight against negationism, the efforts to deny and relativize what happened during our dictatorship.”

The Memory and Human Rights Museum opened in 2010 during the first term of President Michelle Bachelet and offers a chronological reconstruction of the 17-year Pinochet government through artifacts, recordings, letters, videos, photographs, artwork and other material. About 150,000 people visit the museum annually, a third of them groups of students, Mr. Estévez said.

The National Security Archive donated a selection of 3,000 declassified documents to the museum several years ago, while the State Department provided the Chilean government with copies of the entire collection. Chileans, however, have rarely seen them.

“To see on a piece of paper, for example, the president of the United States ordering the C.I.A. to preemptively overthrow a democratically elected president in Chile is stunning,” Mr. Kornbluh said. “The importance of having these documents in the museum is for the new generations of Chileans to actually see them.”"
chile  2017  us  cia  salvadorallende  pinochet  1973  1970  history 
2 days ago by robertogreco
The C.I.A.’s Fake News Campaign - NYTimes.com
CIA used Ready Free Europe as a front to run propaganda in the US
CIA  propaganda  politics 
4 days ago by jcretan
The science of spying: how the CIA secretly recruits academics | News | The Guardian
In order to tempt nuclear scientists from countries such as Iran or North Korea to defect, US spy agencies routinely send agents to academic conferences – or even host their own fake ones.
cia  fbi  espionage  guardian 
4 days ago by jorgebarba
CIA torture techniques
Details from the Bush Administration's torture program
torture  bush  humanrights  cia 
7 days ago by nelson
Inside the CIA’s black site torture room | US news | The Guardian
"By settling the suit, Mitchell and Jessen avoided a trial that would have brought into the full light of an American courtroom what happened in the prison codenamed Cobalt, and known simply as “the Darkness” to its prisoners. [Unclassified] documents many of them scheduled to be entered as exhibits at trial, provide the fullest picture yet of what the three men suffered in that secret CIA dungeon – and of how fatefully their lives intersected with the rise and fall of James Mitchell and Bruce Jessen, the men who designed the torture regime."
cia  psychology  torture  abuse  from:guardian 
9 days ago by mechazoidal
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Help us use build an interactive map of activities around the planet, sourced from their own archives…
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18 days ago by judgeworks
The CIA: 70 Years of Organized Crime
Plausible deniability: "the use of circumlocution and euphemism in discussions where precise definitions would expose covert actions and bring them to an end".
language  obfuscation  cia  crime  spy  usa  policy  strategy  HeartOfDarkness 
23 days ago by amaah
Exploring trends in the CIA's CREST database
Huge thanks goes to MuckRock contributor Emma Best and the awesome team at Data.World who helped wrangle all the data. You can dig more deeply into the CREST database metadata at Data.World. Be sure to check out the “On This Day in CIA History” bot we built with the data.

First, I looked at key words that were close to home.
t  data  text  bigdata  dj  cia  trends 
26 days ago by paulbradshaw
Obama reportedly ordered implants to be deployed in key Russian networks | Ars Technica
Covert program draws on the NSA, CIA, and US Cyber Command.
In his final days as the 44th president of the United States, Barack Obama authorized a covert hacking operation to implant attack code in sensitive Russian networks. The revelation came in an 8,000-word article The Washington Post published Friday that recounted a secret struggle to punish the Kremlin for tampering with the 2016 election.
According to Friday's article, the move came some four months after a top-secret Central Intelligence Agency report detailed Russian President Vladimir Putin's direct involvement in a hacking campaign aimed at disrupting or discrediting the presidential race. Friday's report also said that intelligence captured Putin's specific objective that the operation defeat or at least damage Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and help her Republican rival Donald Trump. The Washington Post said its reports were based on accounts provided by more than three dozen current and former US officials in senior positions in government, most of whom spoke on the condition of anonymity.
obama  russia  election  hack  gov2.0  spying  CIA  security  privacy 
4 weeks ago by rgl7194
CIA activities in Syria - Wikipedia
Obama's refusal to directly arm or train Syrian rebels prior to 2013, and his rejection of a 2012 outline for "CIA intervention in Syria" suggested by "then-CIA Director" David Petraeus was motivated by his own belief that past instances of the CIA supporting insurgencies rarely "worked out well." The program he ultimately approved was designed not to give the rebels enough support to achieve victory, but rather to engineer a stalemate that would encourage a negotiated resolution of the Syrian Civil War—which U.S. officials envisioned as including the resignation of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. The CIA trained 10,000 rebels "in Jordan and Turkey" at facilities run with the cooperation of the Jordanian and Turkish governments, but strict prohibitions were placed on the U.S. or its allies introducing "certain classes of weapons" (such as MANPADs) into the conflict due to fears they could be captured by terrorists—this despite the fact that all CIA-supported rebels are "vetted" for possible extremist ties. Assad was in danger of being overthrown until the 2015 Russian military intervention in Syria changed the course of the war, causing a split within the Obama administration between officials like CIA Director John O. Brennan and Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter—who advocated "doubling down" on the program—and opponents including White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough and Secretary of State John Kerry—who expressed doubts that escalating the CIA's role could achieve meaningful results without forcing "an asymmetric response by Russia."
USA  CIA  Syrien-Krieg  Syrien  Assad 
5 weeks ago by snearch

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