- Declassified Key Judgments of the National Intelligence Estimate "Trends in Global Terrorism: Implications for the United States:" dated April 2006 Office of the Director of National Intelligence April 2006, Released Sept. 26, 2006
- IAEA Letter on Iran Report by House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Subcommittee on Intelligence Policy International Atomic Energy Agency 12 Sep 2006 -- "I would like to draw your attention to the fact that the Staff Report of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Subcommittee on Intelligence Policy, date 23 August 2006, entitled “Recognizing Iran as a Strategic Threat: An Intelligence Challenge for the United States”, contains some erroneous, misleading and unsubstantiated information."
- Recognizing Iran as a Strategic Threat: An Intelligence Challenge for the United States House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Subcommittee on Intelligence Policy Released 23 Aug 2006 -- "This report provides an unclassified assessment of the Iran question to help the American public understand the seriousness of the Iranian threat and to discuss ways U.S. intelligence collection and analysis against Iran must be improved."
- Draft report - Part II (Explanatory memorandum): Alleged secret detentions and unlawful inter-state transfers involving Council of Europe member states Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights, Parliamentary Assembly, Council of Europe 07 Jun 2006
- Report on the Progress of the Director of National Intelligence in Implementing the "Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004" Office of the Director of National Intelligence May 2006
- Unclassified Executive Summary: A Review of the FBI's Handling and Oversight of FBI Asset Katrina Leung U.S. Department of Justice , Office of the Inspector General May 2006
- Government Response to the Intelligence and Security Committee's Report into the London Terrorist Attacks on 7 July 2005 UK Parliament Intelligence and Security Committee May 2006 -- "This Report sets out a number of conclusions and recommendations based on our work examining the intelligence and assessment prior to the July terrorist attacks in London." [PDF]
- Intelligence and Security Committee: Report into the London Terrorist Attacks on 7 July 2005 UK Parliament Intelligence and Security Committee May 2006 -- "On 7 July 2006 fifty-two people were killed in the terrorist attacks in London. The Intelligence and Security Committee has examined the intelligence and security matters relevant to the attacks and I enclose with this letter a Report which covers our findings." [PDF 660KB]
- New Zealand Security Intelligence Service Annual Report to the House of Representatives for the year ended 30 June 2005 New Zealand Security Intelligence Service Mar 2006
- Secretary General's report under Article 52 ECHR on the question of secret detention and transport of detainees suspected of terrorist acts, notably by or at the instigation of foreign agencies. Council of Europe 28 Feb 2006 -- Report by the Secretary General on the use of his powers under Article 52 of the European Convention on Human Rights, in the light of reports suggesting that individuals, notably persons suspected of involvement in acts of terrorism, may have been arrested and detained, or transported while deprived of their liberty, by or at the instigation of foreign agencies, with the active or passive co-operation of States Parties to the Convention or by States Parties themselves at their own initiative, without such deprivation of liberty having been acknowledged
- Information Operations: Putting the "I" Back Into DIME Authored by Mr. Robert D. Steele. Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College February 2006
- Information Memorandum: Alleged secret detentions in Council of Europe member states Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights, Parliamentary Assembly, Council of Europe 22 January 2006
- Legal Authorities Supporting The Activities Of The National Security Agency Described By The President U.S. Department of Justice 19 Jan 2006 -- As the President has explained, since shortly after the attacks of September 11, 2001, he has authorized the National Security Agency (“NSA”) to intercept international communications into and out of the United States of persons linked to al Qaeda or related terrorist organizations. The purpose of these intercepts is to establish an early warning system to detect and prevent another catastrophic terrorist attack on the United States. This paper addresses, in an unclassified form, the legal basis for the NSA activities described by the President (“NSA activities”).
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