Digital National Security Archive

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Description: The Digital National Security Archive contains a comprehensive set of declassified government documents and is a strong complement to the Declassified Documents Reference System. The resource includes collections consisting of over 94,000 meticulously indexed documents of important primary source materials relative to U.S. foreign policy since 1945. The collections cover a variety of countries including but not limited to Afganistan, Chile, China,Columbia, Iraq, Japan, Korea, Peru, and South Africa as well as material on special topics such as the Berlin crisis, the Iran-Contra Affair, Terrorism and U.S. Policy, military weapons, united states intelligence, and military use of space . The material varies from presidential memos to secret letters and from diplomatic dispatches to email, accompanied by reference and secondary material. (taken in part from vendor website)

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Access:  Off Campus Access is available for: UNC-Chapel Hill students, faculty, and staff; UNC Hospitals employees; UNC-Chapel Hill affiliated AHEC users.  (instructions)
Medium:  web
Coverage:  1945 -
Updated:  Annually
Language:  English