Monday, June 27, 2005

National Security Archives

The National Security Archives is located at the 7th floor of Gelman Library. It is constantly acquiring newly declassified government documents, and includes much of the early intelligence on North Korea's nuclear development program. I've found that using the Archives made my most recent essay much more interesting and fun to research.
Check it out...

1 comment:

Sam Rowe said...

Another very interesting option if you want sources for your final paper is to call your Senator or House member and ask for CRS reports on North Korea. These are, for those of you who don't know, Congressional Research Service reports prepared by the Library of Congress for members and staff. They are totally unclassified and your member of congress should be able to provide them for you. They give an interesting insight as to where the United States, Asia and the world stand on North Korea over a wide variety of issues.