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Kissinger and Argentina: a case study in US support for state terror By Bill Vann


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Posted 02 January 2004 - 12:26 AM

Kissinger and Argentina: a case study in US support for state terror By Bill Vann

Only days before the US government and media launched their propaganda campaign over the capture of Saddam Hussein, the US State Department was obliged to release a set of 27-year-old, previously classified documents. These documents provide a revealing glimpse into the real attitude of successive US governments toward dictatorships and terror.

The documents concern a closed-door meeting in October, 1976 between then-US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and the foreign minister of the Argentine military dictatorship, Admiral Cesar Augusto Guzzetti. The documents were brought to light December 4 by the National Security Archive [http://www.gwu.edu/~...BB104/index.htm], a non-governmental research institute that specializes in obtaining secret US government documents under the Freedom of Information Act and making them available to the public.

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Posted 02 January 2004 - 12:27 AM

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