List of documents the CIA was sued to release

The Freedom of Information Request Jeff Scudder issued along with the titles of 282 documents. CIA employee says his push for disclosure ‘destroyed my entire career’

Pagan or

information and Privacy Coordinator

Central Intelligence Agency
Washington, D.C. 20505

Dear Coordinator:

Under the Freedom of Information Act, 5 U.S.C. subsection 552, i am requesting
Electronic copies of 282 Studies in Intelligence articles listed in the
accompanying pages.

i believe these 282 articles have never been released. In the past three years
the Agency made PDF copies of all SII articles ever written. These are excellent
quatity copies and in electric PDF form can be searched. I request the Agency
use these newly scanned documents for review and release.

The accompanying pages list 282 articles; their name year, volume, and issue.

The newly scanned versions of these documents are stored in HRiCenter for the
Study of Intelligence and in Collection Division servers. As I am ?r

familiar with these documents I am more than willing to help in locating requested
documents.

If there are any fees for searching to r, reviewing, or copying the records, please
notify me before processing if the amount exceeds $200.00. Per 32 CFR Parts
1900, 1001, 190?, 1908, and-1009 the cost for a CD is $20. One D?v?D's should

be enough to store all 282 documents and i assume the cost for a CD or DVD is
the same.

if you deny all or any part of this request, please cite each speci?c exemption you
think justifies your refusal to release the information and notify me of appeal
procedures available under the law.

If you have an questions about handling this request, you me .tele none me at
Walsh
or_,via Lotus Notes at

Sincerely,
Jeff Skudder

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1? 1 1993 Competitive .Coeitietcnoe . Article
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29 1994 Errent Inteitlgence? ec-Producec by Foreign Services Article
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34 4 1999 Economic Competitiveness and Intelligence . Article
24 1 $999 Article
29 2 193E Article
3 2 1959' n_telligence end-Government Policy . Article
4 4 1969 Intelligence Gigenizettcn'tr?ifthe? European Theater;- Article
5 3 1991 intelligence Production .in-MiniettllArticle
36: 4 1992 of- Commerce . Article
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1? 4-5 19?3 Projeotlt?Iet Trick. . Article
36 3 1992 Protecting Precision intelligencefo'r Deceit-Storm -- Article
3 2 1959 ScientificIntelligence. . - . Article
23 4 1979 Scotti-i131r - Hidden Shield for Project . Article
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36 2 1992 Strengthening :?Qounterlnteliicence . Article
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3 2 1959 The _Qoortiinetion of Intellio?ence Fteoorte Article
35 3 1 991 Article
3 2 1959 Article
11' GAS i9i?3 The Numbers Game Article
32 2 1999 The Penk?'t'l?ki? Cece .. Article
35 1991 The Response of the'Strong to the'Week Article
1 1953 The Role of. Intelligence in Disarmament Article
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39 2 1999 Threugh AuteRecistraticn Article
33 1 19991 A-Cese . Article
26 1932 Article
34 4 1999 Passage in indie Article
34 4 1999 A US En?lbessv Under Attack Article
32 4 1999 Analysis; El _S'elveccr Style Article
39 1 1992 Analyzing Espionage . Article
29 1 1994 ?eetlesI geneis? 'Ccleniel Article
39 2 1994 _i . Article
32 4 iee?ccnciticns cf R.ieitu_e__ Article
31 2 199?- Article
39 3 1992 Article
35 4 1 991 Article
34 1 1999 Article
26 3 1992 Indemni?catth Interdicte lntetiiceitce Article
25 4 1992 . Article
34 2 Processing . Article
35 4 1991 inside 3 11-2 Jeintaintelligence Center Artists
29 9 1995 Of?ce cf Communications 94? to 1995 Article
3? 3 1993 On theGrcund With .ther-Z Article
32 1 1999 Our Me'rn'lr] Hevene .. . . .. Article
39 1 1994 Imagery lnthe? Directe'r'ele Article
39 3 1992 Deereight?ces Eeet Article
37 2 1 99% Article
2? 3 1983 Article
95 3 1991 The KempKvaeit?Chrenicles Article
2? 2 1993 Tracking the N'Ucleer Marketplace Article
33 2 1999 Tribetetc Wcmen th Have Died - Article
39 1 1995 Director Science and Address
49 2 2994 ABreve, New Werld Article
45 2 2091 Prefeesicneilzaticn Article
43 1999 Article
39 3 1995 A Histericel De'rh?ege Assessment .. Article
49 4 1999 A cf the Jeint' intelligence Cent'ntittee . Article
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45 3 2991- American During the Kereen War Article
41 1 199? American lntellicenceend the Gehlen nrr'l?niza?on. 1945.49 Article
41 4 199? Article
49 1 1999 An Interview with Adm. William 9. Studemen Article
45- ?i 2991 An Interview With Deputy Directcr for Operations James Pavitt Article
42 1 1999 An Interview with Directcr cf Centre! intelligence George J. Tenet Article
49 3 1999 end . - Article
42 2 1999 An Interview With Fermer General Ccunsel Jenn 9. Werner - Article
44 2 2999 An interview With John H. Weller . Article
44 1 2999 An Interview With NSA Directcr Lt. Gen. Michael V. Hevden Article
39 3 1995 An interview with William DEDUW Directcr, NSA Article

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42 1 999 Analyzing Soviet :Defenee Prgg?emeJ 951-1999 Article
39 4 1994 Article
41 4 199?:Eritleh Intelligence Actltiity in Riga 1934-411 Article
41 4 199?, British Pen-stretlo'n of America's First Diplomatic Mission Article
41 2 199? CareerPi?o receion-Anal sis and _Militew'Biegrephice Article
4? 3 2993 dag-Wrorzheimer Article
99 9 1995 CIA and titeFeIi 91 111999991 Empire - The-Politics of ?Getting it Right? Article
39 3 1999 lAana the Fall _of Empire. ?i5art 11 Article
42 4 1999 CIAano the-Guatemala Assassination Proposals; 1952-4954 Article
39 1 1995 ClA'Lieiecrt'With the?Eritish' intelligence GemmugithBAE-?? Article
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39 4 1994 1 Article
41 :3 IntelligerEeShering with Congress. . Article
4? 2 2993 Comparing Commercial and National Satellite Imagery Article
39 2 1999 Operations . Article
42 1 1999 Creatin the National [1119' anti-Mapping Agency Article
41 3 199 ense and Arms -ontrci il'l'ti'lE' erterAtlministreiion Article
42 2 1999 Dick Welch, 1929 .- ,1 91'5: . .1 Article
49 4 19995 . Article
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43 1 1999 CDmmUl?lily . . I. . Article
45 1 2991 and the 959. 1942?1945 Article
41 2 199? Headquarters. Hebit??ons'c?he British SIS Article
45 1 2991 Honoring the Of?ce of Communications
39 4 199511rneggrgI Sharing With Foreign Nations Article
49 2 2992 Improvin_g_the .Intel?gence Community?s 99199 Target jSupport Article
42 2 1999 increasing ClA?s value Added to the Senlcr Policymaker Article
4? 4 2993 Indeliple Memories cf_chin'g emic {lilacs Article
40 4 1996 Article
44 1 2999 Article
44 2 2999 Intelligence Lessons Fr?oniLPeerl He'rcor Article
44 2 2999 in the Korean War Article
39 4 1995 Intelligence Production During The Helms Regime Article
42 1 1999 intelligence'Shering and the UN I Article
39 4 1995 Intelligence Support for Richard M. Nil-ten Article
49 1 1999 _InteltigenceSup'port to the-U9 Militew'lri'SomeIie- . Article
49 2 2992 lnteregertcy' Dynamics and Article
39 2 1995 Into Politics With John F. Kennedy Article
4? 2 2993 Into Tibet: TheClA's'FirstAtomlc 19.453.r Article
49 2 2994 Islamist Terrorist Recruitment Strategies Article
42 2 1999 1941 .. Article
42 2 1999 Legislative and Judicial Safeguards for US Intelligence Personnel Article
49 2 2992 Leon Theremin - ClANernesIs Article
44 1 2999 Looking Behinothe KGB Faced Article
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45: 3 2991 DSINT - The Stete of the Art, the Etete Article
49 3 1999 and Law Enforcement Article
42 9 1999 lhejlnteilieence Identities Protection Act 1111,1992 Article
4? 4 2999 Perspective of the _Undereecretery of Defense for Intelligence Article
49 4 1996 Korea Article
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38 3 1994 Protectinc Photographs Article
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38 4 1994 Policy Article
42 1 1999 Steaith, ELINI-1999-19T5 Article
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42 3 199.8 The Best Job-in the Directorate of Intelligence Article
43 2 2994 The. Booth Article
42 2 1999 The Bureau of Intelligence-antiResearch at Fifty Article
42 1 1999 The "Cece of Otto Albrecht Alfred Von .Boictihwing . Article
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49 2 2994 The Consequences Neal?act Article
41 2 199? Encnr?tion .Tecnlceiee Article
42 4 199 a? Article
44 2 2999 The Gi?ce'cf Special Operations Article
42 4 1999 The Great-Soviet Hardware Stine Article
49 4 1999 1992-93 Article
41 1 199? The ltelien Election Operation of 1949 . Article
99 2 1999 The Japanese Army's .Nelta School. 1939-49 Article
41 2 199?. 1' Article
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49 3 1999 Replies . .. .. Article
49 4 1999 The President's Foreign? Intelligence Advisory Board Article
44 1 2999 The Quiet Helicopter - Article
45 a 2991 The Strategic Use of Open-Source Information Article
39 3 1999 The Transition tc-Fireelde'nt 'Jchnecn . Article
99 2 19951 The Views Herman J. Cohen Article
41 3 199? UN Peecekeeging Deeretlone and Intelligence Article
39 _g 1995 ?cu?ch Article
45 2 2991 . 1 Article
45 4 2991 US Intelligence Support to UNSEOM In Iraq Article
41 2 199? Verification Implications of Commercial Satellite Imagery Article
99 4 1994 Working'the Cohen Beet Article
49 i 1999 The Puzzle at CIA Heecquerterc - Article
49 2 2994 The Reed to in Iran. 1953 . Article
39 I 1995 Honoring the Founder of ClA'e Directorate of Science and Ceremcnar
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