US lags in airing its old secrets

By Bryan Bender

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — A half-hour’s drive from the White House, nestled between leafy residential neighborhoods, rests a massive repository of America’s classified documents, from the mundane to deepest secrets of the Cold War. In all,...
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Hard Truths on Syria from the Clinton-era

The passage of a United Nations Security Council resolution to dismantle Syria’s chemical weapons stockpile is a major victory for U.S. diplomacy. It came about by implementing some of the major lessons of the post-Cold War decades — the importance...
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