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United States. Central Intelligence Agency

A Special Relationship

One morning early in 1988, Ed McWilliams, a foreign-service officer posted to the American Embassy in Kabul, heard the thump of a massive explosion from somewhere on the other side…

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Company Men

The Senate Intelligence Committee Report on Torture: Committee Study of the Central Intelligence Agency’s Detention and Interrogation Program. Melville House. 549 pages. $16.95. On December 9, 2014, the Senate Select Committee…

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Manual of Trickery and Self-Deception

From a recently declassified article, written by an author whose name was redacted, published in the winter 1986 issue of Studies in Intelligence, the in-house journal of the CIA.

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The Operative’s Words

From the CIA’s 2011 style guide, recently acquired by the National Security Counselors, a legal nonprofit, following a Freedom of Information Act request. Read More

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Janes Bond

From “Divine Secrets of the RYBAT Sisterhood: Four Senior Women of the Directorate of Operations Discuss Their Careers,” the transcript of a recently declassified 2004 conversation among five high-ranking female…

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The Guantánamo “Suicides”

Please enjoy Scott Horton’s feature from the March 2010 issue of Harper’s Magazine, winner of the 2010 National Magazine Award for Reporting. 1. “Asymmetrical Warfare” When President Barack Obama took…

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March 2010