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Tuesday, 30th November 2010

From the National Security Archive: "How to Decipher a State Department Cable" & State Department Acronyms

The National Security Archive located at George Washington University in DC has reposted a guide to understanding the structure, language, and abbreviations of U.S. Department of State cables. It was written by Kristin Adair.

Source: UNREDACTED: The Blog

See Also: U.S. State Department Acronyms (Associates of the American Foreign Service Worldwide)

See Also: Tools to Access, Search, Browse, and Visualize U.S. Embassy Cables Being Released by Wikileaks

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