National Security Archive and Declassified Documents Speaker, Nov. 8

National Security Archive and Declassified Documents Speaker

Thurs., Nov. 8, 4-5 pm

Central Library Community Room

Peter Kornbluh, Senior Analyst at the National Security Archive, will be speaking on “Saving the World from Armaggedon: The Secret Diplomacy of the Cuban Missile Crisis,” Thursday, November 8, 4:00 in the Central Library Community Room. Kornbluh is a leader in the use of the U.S. Freedom of Information Act to obtain declassified documents and in the creation of the National Security Archive. The library and archive of U.S. declassified documents has been called “the world’s largest nongovernmental collection,” according to the Los Angeles Times. Kornbluh is a pioneer in the declassification of U.S. government documents and investigative journalism relating to Latin America. The event is co-sponsored by the Center for Latin American Studies, the Jean and Alexander Heard Library, LAPOP, VIO, and ISSS.

National Security Archive Staff and Fellows

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