Re: H-Diplo Reactions to Released Records on the Tet Offenesive [Jervis]

Bob, 

My colleague John Prados posted a detailed reaction to the release on the National Security Archive's blog, Unredacted.  You'll get an idea of his opinion from his title: "New Tet Documents? Not So Much"

The article is here: https://unredacted.com/2018/08/07/new-tet-documents-not-so-much/

Best,

Malcolm Byrne
The National Security Archive

Re: H-Diplo Reactions to Released Records on the Tet Offenesive [Jervis]

I started skimming the newly released batch of documents relating to the Tet Offensive, and within minutes I found George Carver, "More Vietnam Numbers Problems," 3 November 1967,
https://www.intelligence.gov/assets/documents/tet-documents/cia/MORE%20V...
in which Carver opened up an interesting can of worms of which I had been unaware.

H-Diplo Reactions to Released Records on the Tet Offenesive [Jervis]

From: Robert Jervis <rlj1@columbia.edu>

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence has just released the first of 3 tranches of records on the Tet Offensive.

The first batch is heavy on CIA records and can be found here:  https://www.intelligence.gov/tet-declassified.

Posting of 82 new unclassified CIA documents on its analysis of the Soviet Navy from the 1960s to the 1980s

From: Robert Jervis <rlj1@columbia.edu>

The CIA has just posted 82 new unclassified documents on its analysis of the

Soviet Navy from the 1960s to the 1980s at

https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/collection/cia-analysis-soviet-navy

[1]. There will be a joint CIA-Navy forum on this subject at the Navy's

National Naval Museum in Washington, DC, currently scheduled for 6

September.

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