The National Declassification Center Releases Records Relating to Human Rights Abuses in Argentina

A Presidential Tasking from the Executive Secretary of the National Security Council (NSC) on June 13, 2016, directed various Executive branch departments and agencies, including the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), to search for records relating to human rights abuses committed in Argentina between January 1, 1975, and December 31, 1984, and to review responsive records for public access. In response, NARA assembled staff, including archivists from the National Declassification Center (NDC), the Presidential Libraries, and the Center for Legislative Archives to conduct this search and review. Responsive Presidential records were made available in previous releases and all identified Legislative records were already publicly available. This release represents responsive Executive Branch agency records that have been accessioned into the National Archives and have not been previously released. The NDC coordinated review of the records and prepared them for public release. Records that were released in full or in part may be accessed by using the search form below. Questions may be directed to NDC@nara.gov.

 

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Case IDRecord GroupDOCIDHMS REIDHMS Eentry FromToDocument TypePagesSubject
570675933065325HS1-413915044UD-18D 5ZBIGNIEW BRZEZINSKITHE PRESIDENTMemorandum7 PDFNineteen Bilaterals: The Significance of the Treaty Signing for Inter-American Relations
570675933065336HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Richard E. FeinbergThe Deputy Secretary of StateBriefing Paper6 PDFHuman Rights in the Southern Cone of Latin America with Routing Slip
570675933067464HS1-413915044UD-18D 5ROBERT PASTORZBIGNIEW BRZEZINSKIMemorandum5 PDFU.S. Policy to Argentina
570675933065345HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Zbigniew BrzezinskiTHE ACTING SECRETARY OF STATEMemorandum5 PDFEVENING REPORT
570675933067473HS1-413915044UD-18D 5SECSTATE WASHDCAMEMBASSY BUENOS AIRESMessage3 PDFHUMAN RIGHTS REPORTING ON ARGENTINA
570675933065358HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Terence A. TodmanThe Secretary of StateMemorandum11 PDFInclusion of Argentina in Your October Trip to Brazil
570675933065363HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Memorandum4 PDFARA/CIA/INR Weekly Meeting, 7 November
570675933065369HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Memo of Conversation4 PDFRIGHT OF OPTION PROCEDURES PARTICIPANTS: ROBERTO A. LOPEZ DELGADO, JUAN LEZICA, F. A. HARRIS
570675933067503HS1-413915044UD-18D 5LINCOLN P. BLOOMFIELDZBIGNIEW BRZEZINSKIMemorandum2 PDFDepartment of State Request for Meeting between Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Timerman
570675933067504HS1-413915044UD-18D 5AMEMBASSY BUENOS AIRESSECSTATE WASHDCMessage2 PDFCUBA
570675933067505HS1-413915044UD-18D 5AMEMBASSY BUENOS AIRESSECSTATE WASHDCMessage7 PDFHUMAN RIGHTS SUMMARY-SEPTEMBER 19-26
570675933067511HS1-413915044UD-18D 5AMEMBASSY BUENOS AIRESSECSTATE WASHDCMessage3 PDFCURRENT INTELLIGENCE
570675933064610HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Memo of Conversation2 PDFObservations on election prospects and casualty figures Participants: Patricia Derian, Martin McReynolds, Katharine Ray
570675933064617HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Fernando E. RondonRobert C. HillLetter Official-Informal5 PDFHuman Rights Abuses in Argentina
570675933064620HS1-413915044UD-18D 5AMEMBASSY BUENOS AIRESSECSTATE WASHDCMessage4 PDFGRAIVER SCANDAL
570675933064624HS1-413915044UD-18D 5PETER TARNOFFZBIGNIEW BRZEZINSKIMemorandum4 PDFHuman Rights Policy Impact: Latin America
570675933064638HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Paper5 PDFUnited States-Argentine Relations
570675933064651HS1-413915044UD-18D 5AMEMBASSY BUENOS AIRESSECSTATE WASHDCMessage3 PDFFOREIGN MINISTER COMMENTS ON FMS REDUCTION
570675933064659HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Schedule4 PDFSCHEDULE FOR HUMN RIGHTS COORDINATOR MS. PATRICIA DERIAN
570675933064660HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Memo of Conversation4 PDFPARTICIPANTS: Pio Laghi, Patricia Derian, Fernando Rondon, Robert S. Steven
570675933064661HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Memo of Conversation3 PDFPARTICIPANTS: Jacobo Korvadlov, Patricia Derian, Fernando Rondon, Anthony G. Freeman
570675933064662HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Memo of Conversation4 PDFPARTICIPANTS: Miguel Angel Espeche, Juan Carlos Arlia, Fdgardo Enrique Flores, Atilo N. Molteni, Patricia Derian, Maxwell Chaplin, Fernando Rondon, Anthony Freeman, Yvonne Thayer
570675933064664HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Talking Points/Briefing Paper3 PDFActions of Government of Argentina
570675933064670HS1-413915044UD-18D 5AMEMBASSY GUATEMALASECSTATE WASHDCTelegram3 PDFSECRETARY BLUMENTHAL'S BILATERAL MEETING WITH ARGENTINA
570675933064676HS1-413915044UD-18D 5SECSTATE WASHDCAMEMBASSIES LIMA, QUITO, BEUNOS AIRES, MMessage3 PDFARIZONA GOVERNOR CASTRO QUOTED AS STATING HUMAN RIGHTS NOT VIOLATED IN ARGENTINA
570675933064682HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Paper6 PDFHUMAN RIGHTS DEVELOPMENTS
570675933064692HS1-413915044UD-18D 5USDEL GRENADASECSTATE WASHDCMessage6 PDFINFORMAL DIALOGUES JUNE 15, 1977
570675933067523HS1-413915044UD-18D 5ZBIGNIEW BRZEZINSKITHE PRESIDENTMemorandum4 PDFJaobo Timerman
570675933067525HS1-413915044UD-18D 5AMEMBASSY BUENOS AIRESSECSTATE WASHDCMessage2 PDFARGENTINA AND BRITAIN TO EXCHANGE AMBASSADORS
570675933069103HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Zbigniew BrzezinskiTHE SECRETARY OF STATEMemorandum1 PDFArgentina and Human Rights
570675933069109HS1-413915044UD-18D 5SECSTATE WASHDCAMEMBASSY BUENOS AIRESMessage7 PDFCONSULTATIONS ON HUMAN RIGHTS
570675933069113HS1-413915044UD-18D 5SECSTATE WASHDCAMEMBASSY BUENOS AIRESMessage6 PDFGOA COOPERATION WITH WEST ON USSR GRAIN SALES
570675933069117HS1-413915044UD-18D 5AMEMBASSY BUENOS AIRESSECSTATE WASHDCMessage4 PDFARGENTINA: NEW ARMY COMMANDER WILL PROVIDE CONTINUITY
570675933069120HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Zbigniew BrzezinskiTHE SECRETARY OF STATEMemorandum2 PDFHUMAN RIGHTS REPORT ON ARGENTINA
570675933069125HS1-413915044UD-18D 5David NewsomThe Deputy Secretary of StateMessage5 PDFCONSULTATIONS WITH THE GOA
570675933069134HS1-413915044UD-18D 5AMEMBASSY BUENOS AIRESSECSTATE WASHDCMessage4 PDFGENERAL GOODPASTER'S MISSION: MARTINEZ DE HOZ'S PROPOSAL ON GRAIN EXPORT RESTRAINTS
570675933069135HS1-413915044UD-18D 5HA-Patrick J. FloodPatricia DerianMessage10 PDFStatus of Argentina HR Report
570675933069138HS1-413915044UD-18D 5RIO DE JANEIRO, BUENOS AIRESMessage4 PDFYOUR CONSULTATIONS IN ARGENTINA
570675933069147HS1-413915044UD-18D 5AMCONSUL BUENOS AIRESSECSTATE WASHDCMessage5 PDFDRAFT MEMORANDUM OF CONVERSATION: GENERAL GOODPASTER'S VISIT TO ARGENTINA: GENERAL TRADE/GRAINS TOPICS; JANUARY 24
570675933069150HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Patricia M. DrianJohn D. NegroponteMemorandum2 PDFYour Brother's Film on Argentina
570675933069151HS1-413915044UD-18D 5AMEMBASSY BUENOS AIRESSECSTATE WASHDCMessage3 PDFSOME AUGUST 1979 DISAPPEARANCES REAPPEAR
570675933069152HS1-413915044UD-18D 5AMEMBASSY BUENOS AIRESSECSTATE WASHDCMessage4 PDFREACTION TO HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT
570675933069170HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Peter TarnoffZBIGNIEW BRZEZINSKIMemorandum3 PDFPossible Invitation for General Vaquero to Visit the Uniited States
570675933069171HS1-413915044UD-18D 5AMEMBASSY BUENOS AIRESSECSTATE WASHDCMemorandum9 PDFGOA RELEASES INTER-AMERICAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION REPORT ON ARGENTINA
570675933069173HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Memorandum13 PDFHuman Rights in Argentina January 1977-March 1979
570675933069180HS1-413915044UD-18D 5AMEMBASSY BUENOS AIRESSECSTATE WASHDCMessage6 PDFHUMAN RIGHTS SUMMARY-APRIL 19-MAY 2, 1980
570675933069191HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Peter TarnoffZBIGNIEW BRZEZINSKIMemorandum0 PDFPRC Meeting on Argentina
570675933069207HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Meeting10 PDFSummary of Conclusions--PRC Meeting on Argentina
570675933065371HS1-413915044UD-18D 5Patricia M. DerianThe Secretary of StateMemorandum4 PDFSecretary's Trip to Argentina and Brazil and Human Rights
570675933065385HS1-413915044UD-18D 5MarkPatricia DerianTalking Points/Briefing Paper5 PDFHuman Rights Tlking Points-Argentina
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