The Open Source Center (OSC) of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence consistently generates a wealth of informative analytic and bibliographic products. But for reasons that are hard to understand, such materials are generally withheld from public disclosure even when they are unclassified and not subject to copyright.
The following OSC publications (both pdf), which have not been approved for public release, were obtained by Secrecy News.
“Guide to Major Daily Turkish Newspapers,” OSC Media Aid, 7 October 2008.
“Poland — Think Tank Guide,” OSC Media Aid, 18 July 2008.
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