Resources

NOTE: The asterisks are to personally denote the primary resources to check most frequently.


AGGREGATORS & ANALYZERS:

Airwars

Alternet

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)*

American Committee for East-West Accord*

American Empire Project

Amnesty International*

Antiwar*

Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus

Breaking the Silence

Brennan Center for Justice | New York University

The Bridge Initiative | Georgetown University

Bulletin of Atomic Scientists

Bureau of Investigative Journalists (BIJ)

Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR)

Center for Public Integrity

The Citizen Lab | University of Toronto

Code Pink

Common Dreams

Consortiumnews*

Counterpunch

Democracy Now!*

Democracy in Europe Movement (DiEM25)

Dissident Voice

Doctors Without Borders (MSF)

Electronic Intifada

European Investigative Collaborations

Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR)*

Foreign Policy in Focus (FPIF)

Foreign Policy Journal

Freedom of the Press Foundation

Gallup

Global Witness

Greater Good Science Center | University of California-Berkeley

Green Left Weekly

Greenpeace USA

Guardian: Environment

Guardian: Modern-Day Slavery

History News Network | George Mason University

Human Rights Watch (HRW)

Indian Country Media Network

Informed Comment

Institute for Policy Studies (IPS)

INSURGE Intelligence*

Intelnews*

Intel Today

The Intercept*

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)

Investigative Fund | The Nation Institute

Iraq Veterans Against the War

Jadaliyya

Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP)

Middle East Studies Association

NakedCapitalism

National Security Whistleblowers Coalition

The Nation Magazine

National Security Archive | George Washington University*

New Cold War

Open Secrets

Pew Research Center

Privacy SOS | ACLU Massachusetts

ProPublica

School of the Americas Watch (SOAW)

ScienceDaily

Secrecy News | Federation of American Scientists

TomDispatch | The Nation Institute*

Truthout

United Nations News Centre

Unredacted | George Washington University*

Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS)

Veterans for Peace

Wanttoknow*

Washington’s Blog*

WhoWhatWhy

WikiLeaks*

Yale Environment 360


JOURNALISTS & ACADEMICS:

Amy Goodman — a veteran investigative journalist who’s the recipient of numerous journalism awards, most notably the United Nations Correspondents Association Global Prize, Harvard University’s IF Stone Lifetime Achievement Award, and Columbia University’s Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Award.

As’as AbuKhalil —  professor of political science at California State University; former professor at the Universities of California-Berkeley, Tufts, Georgetown, and George Washington.

Adam Curtis | BBC

Adam Hochschild | University of California-Berkeley

Akbar Ahmed | American University

Alastair Crooke — former MI6 officer European Union diplomat whose expertise is in “covert diplomacy” with militant groups.

Alex Vitale | City University of New York

Alfred McCoy — Harrington Professor of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Alon Ben-Meir | New York University

Amy Wilentz | University of California, Irvine

Andrew Bacevich — retired US Army Colonel; Professor Emeritus of International Relations and History at Boston University; and former professor at Johns Hopkins University and US Military Academy at West Point.

Andrew Cockburn | Harper’s Magazine

Andy Borowitz | New Yorker

Andy Mullen | University of Northumbria

Annie Machon — former MI5 intelligence officer and whistleblower.

Ann Jones | Harvard University.

Ann Wright — antiwar activist; retired US Army Colonel; former US State Department diplomat in Afghanistan, Sierra Leone, Mongolia, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Grenada, and Nicaragua; and recipient of the State Department’s Award for Heroism.

Anthony DiMaggio | Lehigh University

Arundhati Roy

Arun Kundnani | New York University

Aviva Chomsky — professor of Latin American and Caribbean history at Salem State University.

Barton Gellman | Washington Post

Bill McKibben | Middlebury College

Bill Moyers — former White House Press Secretary in the Johnson Administration, where he played a primary role in passing the Freedom of Information Act; and recipient of numerous awards, including the Lifetime Emmy Award, induction into the Television Hall of Fame,  Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards, Lifetime Peabody Award, George Polk Career Award, etc.

Brad Hoff | Levant Report

Brahma Chellaney — former lecturer/researcher/professor at the Universities of Harvard, Johns Hopkins, and Australian National; and former fellow at the Nobel Institute in Oslo.

Bruce Schneier* — fellow at Harvard University; board member of The Tor Project and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Carlotta Gall | New York Times

Chalmers Johnson — former CIA consultant; chair the Center for Chinese Studies at the University of California, Berkeley; Professor Emeritus at the University of California, San Diego; and Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Chelsea Manning — former US Army soldier and whistleblower that leaked the State Department cables to WikiLeaks.

Chris Hedges — recipient of the Amnesty International Global Award for Human Rights Journalism and former professor at  Columbia University, New York University, Princeton University, University of Toronto, and various New Jersey prisons.

Christian Appy | University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Christina Lin — former researcher at Johns Hopkins University, Office of the Secretary of Defense, National Security Council, Department of State, and Export-Import Bank of the United States.

Christopher Ingraham | Washington Post

Christopher Phillips | Queen Mary University

Christopher Simpson | American University

Coleen Rowley — former FBI Special Agent and whistleblower, including in the US Embassies of Paris and Montreal.

Cornel West — Class of 1943 University Professor of African American History at Princeton University and Professor of the Practice of Public Philosophy at Harvard University.

Craig Murray* — former UK Ambassador to Uzbekistan, whistleblower, and former Rector of the University of Dundee.

Dahr Jamail | Truthout

Dana Frank | University of California, Santa Cruz

Daniel Ellsberg — Pentagon Papers whistleblower and former strategic analyst at the RAND Corporation, consultant to the Defense Department and the White House, and Special Assistant to Assistant Secretary of Defense.

Daniele Ganser — professor of history and future energy systems at St. Gallen’s University, Switzerland; former professor of conflict analysis at Basel University, Switzerland; former Senior Researcher at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zürich) Center for Security Studies; former Swiss Foreign Ministry expert on civil peace and human rights promotion; and founder/director of the Swiss Institute for Peace and Energy Research (SIPER).

David Graeber | London School of Economics

David Vine — professor of anthropology at American University.

Deepa Kumar | Rutgers University

Don Levin | Carnegie Mellon University

Duncan Campbell | Bournemouth University

Edward Herman — Professor Emeritus of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania.

Edward Said — University Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University.

Edward Snowden* — former NSA systems administrator, whistleblower, and network security specialist in Hawaii, Japan, and Ft. Meade; former CIA network security specialist in Geneva and Langley; former DIA network security specialist; and director of the Freedom of the Press Foundation.

Emmanuel Saez | University of California, Berkeley

Eric Alterman — Distinguished Professor of English and Journalism at the City University of New York.

Eric Foner — DeWitt Clinton Professor of History at Columbia University; former resident of the Organization of American Historians, American Historical Association, and Society of American Historians.

Francine Lipman — William S. Boyd Professor of Law at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas.

Gabriel Kolko — Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus at York University; and former history professor at the University of Pennsylvania and at the State University of New York-Buffalo.

Gabriel Zucman | University of California, Berkeley

Gar Alperovitz | University of Maryland

Gareth Porter | Middle East Eye

George Washington

Gideon Levy | Haaretz

Glenn Greenwald | The Intercept*

Gordon Hahn | Middlebury College

Graham Fuller — former National Intelligence Council Vice Chairman and Officer for Near East and South Asia; former CIA operations officer for 20 years, including as Chief of Station in Kabul; former State Department Foreign Service Officer;

Greg Grandin* — professor of Latin American and Caribbean History at New York University and former UN special consultant during the Guatemala Truth Commission.

Gregory Foster | National Defense University

G. William Domhoff — Distinguished Professor Emeritus and Research Professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Hans Kristensen — director of the Federation of American Scientists Nuclear Information Project; former Special Advisor to the Danish Ministry of Defense and the US National Resource Defense Council; and former Senior Researcher with the Nuclear Information Unit of Greenpeace International.

Henry Giroux — Chair for Scholarship in the Public Interest at McMaster University; and former professor of English and cultural studies at the Universities of Pennsylvania, Chicago, Missouri-Kansas City, Miami, Pennsylvania State, and Northeastern.

Horace Campbell | Syracuse University

Howard Zinn — professor of American history at Boston University and former professor at Spelman College until he was fired for participating in the Civil Rights Movement.

Hugh Gusterson | George Washington University

Hugh Roberts — Edward Keller Professor of North African and Middle Eastern History at Tufts University.

Ibram Kendi — professor of history and international relations and Founding Director of the Anti-Racist Research and Policy Center at American University.

I.F. Stone

Ilan Pappé — former Israeli Defense Forces soldier; Professor of History and Director of the European Centre for Palestine Studies at the University of Exeter, UK; and former senior lecturer of Middle Eastern history at Haifa University, Israel.

Ishaan Tharoor | Washington Post*

Ismael Hossein-Zadeh | Drake University

Jack Matlock — former US Ambassador to the Soviet Union; former US State Department Director of Soviet Affairs; and former National Security Council special assistant to the president for Soviet affairs.

Jake Johnston | Center for Economic and Policy Research

James Bamford — former distinguished visiting professor at the University of California, Berkeley; recipient of the National Magazine Award; former US Navy intelligence analyst; and whistleblower testifying about NSA domestic surveillance to the Senate Church Committee.

James Carden — former US State Department Advisor to the US-Russia Presidential Commission.

James Quintiere | University of Maryland

James Petras — Bartle Professor of Sociology at Binghamton University.

James Risen | New York Times

Jane Mayer | New Yorker

Jasbir Puar | Rutgers University

Jeremy Keenan | University of London

Jeremy Scahill | The Intercept*

Jesselyn Radack — former Department of Justice official and whistleblower; and recipient of the Sam Adams Award and the Hugh M. Heffner First Amendment Award.

John Coatsworth — Provost and Professor of International and Public Affairs and of History at Columbia University; former Monroe Gutman Professor of Latin American Affairs at Harvard University; former professor at the University of Chicago, El Colegio de México, the National Autonomous University of Mexico, the National University of Buenos Aires, the Instituto Torcuato di Tella in Buenos Aires, and the Instituto Ortega y Gassett in Madrid; and former American Historical Association and Latin American Studies Association.

John Dower — Ford Professor Emeritus of History at MIT.

John Kiriakou — former CIA analyst, case officer in Bahrain and Greece, and Chief of Counterterrorist Operations in Pakistan; whistleblower that served 23 months in prison under the Espionage Act for exposing the Bush Administration’s global torture regime; and former Senate Foreign Relations Committee senior investigator

John Mearsheimer — R. Wendell Harrison Distinguished Service Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago.

John-Paul Himka | University of Alberta

John Pilger* — former 1995 Edward Wilson Fellow at Deakin University; former Frank H.T. Rhodes Professor at Cornell University; professor of journalism at Lincoln University; and recipient of numerous journalism and human rights awards, including: Sydney Peace Prize, UN Media Peace Prize (twice), Peabody Award, Academy Award, Reporters San Frontiers Award, the Sophie Prize for Human Rights, Journalist of the Year (twice), International Reporter of the Year, BAFTA, etc.

John Stockwell — former National Security Council Chief of the Angola Task Force; former CIA Chief of Base in the Katanga (Congo) and Bujumbura (Burundi); and recipient of the Intelligence Medal of Merit before becoming a whistleblower.

John Tirman —  MIT’s Center for International Studies Executive Director and Principal Research Scientist.

Jonathan Alright | Elon University

Joseph Stiglitz — recipient of the Nobel Prize in Economics and the John Bates Clarke Medal; University Professor of Economics at Columbia University; former chief economist of the World Bank; chairman of the University of Manchester’s Brooks World Poverty Institute; and former chairman of the UN Commission on Reforms of the International Monetary and Financial System.

Joshua Itzkowitz-Shifrinson | Harvard University

Joshua Landis — Director of the Center for Middle East Studies at the University of Oklahoma.

Juan Cole* — Richard P. Mitchell Collegiate Professor of History at the University of Michigan.

Julian Assange — founder and editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks; recipient of the Sam Adams Award, Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism, Sydney Peace Foundation Gold Medal, and  the Amnesty International UK Media Award; and who’s been found by the United Nation’s Working Group on Arbitrary Detention to have been subject to arbitrary detention by the UK and Sweden.

Karen Greenberg | Fordham Law School

Katharine Gun — former GCHQ translator and whistleblower that leaked information about plans by the US and UK to bug UN offices in six nations (Angola, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Chile, Guinea, Pakistan) that were swing votes in a second UN vote approving the invasion of Iraq.

Lance deHaven-Smith — Professor Emeritus of Politics at Florida State University.

Lawrence Wilkerson — retired US Army Colonel; former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; former faculty of the faculty of the US Naval War College, George Washington University, and Marine Corps War College; and Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Government and Public Policy at the College of William & Mary.

Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai | Motherboard

Lorenzo Pezzani | University of London

Marjorie Cohn — Professor Emerita of Law at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law and former president of the National Lawyers Guild.

Mark Curtis

Mark Mazzetti | New York Times

Martin Gilens | Princeton University

Matthew Aid

Matthew Alford | University of Bristol

Melvin Goodman* — former CIA Office of Soviet Affairs Division Chief, senior analyst, and whistleblower; former State Department Bureau of Intelligence and Research senior analyst; adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University; and former professor at the US National Defense University.

Micah Zenko — senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations.

Michael German — former FBI Special Agent, including in infiltrating white supremacist groups; Fellow at New York University’s Brennan Center for Justice; former adjunct professor for law enforcement and terrorism at the National Defense University;

Michael Glennon | Tufts University

Michael Hudson | University of Missouri, Kansas City

Michael Klare — Five College Professor of Peace & World Security Studies at Amherst College, Hampshire College, Mount Holyoke College, Smith College, and the University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Michael Parenti

Michel Chossudovsky — Professor Emeritus of Economics at Ottawa University.

Mikhail Molchanov | St. Thomas University

Nafeez Ahmed* — Visiting Research Fellow at Anglia Ruskin University; former advisor to the 9/11 Commission, British Foreign Office, Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, and the UK Defence Academy; former professor of politics and history at the University of Sussex; and founder of Insurge Intelligence and the Institute for Policy and Research Development. Sources to find Ahmed’s work: Middle East Eye, Vice Motherboard, Insurge Intelligence, and The Guardian.

Nick Turse | TomDispatch*

Noam Chomsky* — Institute Professor and Professor Emeritus of Linguistics at MIT.

Nomi Prins* — former managing director at Goldman Sachs, senior managing director at Bear Stearns in London, strategist at Lehman Brothers, and analyst at the Chase Manhattan Bank.

Noura Erakat — assistant professor of international human rights law at Georgetown University and Abraham L. Freedman Teaching Fellow at Temple University; and assistant professor of human rights law at George Mason University.

Patricia Williams — James L. Dohr Professor of Law at Columbia University.

Patrick Armstrong — former Canadian Department of National Defense analyst specializing in the USSR/Russia and former Canadian Embassy in Moscow Counsellor.

Patrick Cockburn | The Independent

Paul Krugman — recipient of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics; Distinguished Professor of Economics at the City University of New York; Centenary Professor at the London School of Economics; and former professor of economics at MIT, Princeton, Harvard, and Yale.

Paul Pillar — former CIA Executive Assistant to the Director and Deputy Director of the Counterterrorist Center; senior fellow and former visiting professor at Georgetown University; and former National Intelligence Council Officer for the Near East and South Asia.

Paul Robinson* — professor of Russian and military history at the University of Ottawa.

Pepe Escobar | Asia Times

Peter Dale Scott — Professor Emeritus of English at the University of California-Berkeley; former Canadian Foreign Service Officer to the United Nations and Poland; and former Canadian Social Sciences Research Council and Guggenheim Fellow

Peter Kuznick — professor of American history at American University.

Peter Turchin | University of Connecticut

Peter Van Buren — 24-year veteran and whistleblower of the U.S. Department of State, including as Team Leader for two Iraqi Provincial Reconstruction Teams until being fired for criticizing the invasion of Iraq.

Philip Agee — former 12-year CIA case and operations officer in Ecuador, Mexico, and Uruguay, until he became a whistleblower by writing the first expose of the CIA in 1975 entitled, “Inside the Company: CIA Diary.”

Philip Giraldi — former former CIA Case Officer and Army Intelligence Officer in Turkey, Italy, Germany, and Spain.

Piero Gleijeses | Johns Hopkins University

Rajan Menon — Anne and Bernard Spitzer Chair in Political Science at the City College of New York and Adjunct Senior Research Scholar at Columbia University.

Ralph McGehee — former CIA case officer and whistleblower in Thailand, Taiwan, Vietnam, Japan, and the Philippines; recipient of the CIA Career Intelligence Medal.

Rashid Khalidi — Edward Said Professor of Modern Arab Studies at Columbia University.

Ray McGovern* — antiwar activist; 28-year CIA veteran, including as senior analyst in the Soviet Affairs Division, preparer of the President’s Daily Brief, chair of the National Intelligence Estimates (largest US intelligence estimate involving every agency), and recipient of the Intelligence Commendation Medal, which he returned in protest of CIA torture.

Rebecca Cordell | University of Essex

Rebecca Gordon — professor of political philosophy at the University of San Francisco.

Rebecca Lemov — professor of the history of science at Harvard University.

Remi Brulin | New York University

Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones — Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Edinburgh, UK.

Richard Aldrich | University of Warwick

Richard Falk* — Albert G. Milbank Professor Emeritus of International Law and Practice and Professor Emeritus of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University; former United Nations Special Rapporteur on Occupied Palestine; former professor at the Universities of Harvard and Ohio State; and Chair of the Board of Directors of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation.

Richard Sakwa — Professor of Russian and European Politics at Kent University, UK; member of Academy of Learned Societies for the Social Sciences; Associate Fellow of the Russia and Eurasia Programme at the Royal Institute of International Affairs; and Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Russian, European and Eurasian Studies (CREES) at the University of Birmingham.

Richard Werner — Director Centre for Banking, Finance and Sustainable Development at Southampton University; former Shimomura Fellow at the Development Bank of Japan, Visiting Researcher at the Bank of Japan, and Visiting Scholar at the Japanese Ministry of Finance.

Richard Wolff — Professor Emeritus of Economics at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.

Robert Barsocchini*

Robert Epstein — former professor at Boston University, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, University of California-San Diego, the HAL College of Technology and Design (Japan), and University of the South Pacific.

Robert Parry* — former investigative reporter for AP and Newsweek that uncovered many of the Iran-Contra stories, including the CIA-Contra drug trafficking, CIA assassination manual, and Oliver North’s connection to Iran-Contra; recipient of the George Polk Award and the Harvard Nieman Foundation I.F. Stone Medal for Journalistic Independence; and founder/editor of the oldest online investigative website, Consortiumnews.

Robert Paxton — Mellon Professor Emeritus of Social Sciences at Columbia University, known as the “father of fascism studies.”

Robert Reich — Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley; former professor at Harvard University and Brandeis University; and former US Secretary of Labor

Robert Scheer — Clinical Professor of Communications and Journalism at the University of Southern California-Annenberg.

Robert Steele — former US Marine; former CIA Case Officer; cofounder/deputy director of the US Marine Corps Intelligence Activity; and writer of the handbooks on OSINT (Open Source Intelligence) for NATO, US DIA, and US Special Operations Forces.

Robert Vitalis | University of Pennsylvania

Rodrigue Tremblay | University of Montreal

Russ Baker

Scott Atran | University of Michigan

Scott Ritter — former UN Special Commission weapons inspector and whistleblower in Iraq from 1991-1998 that stated prior to the 2003 invasion of Iraq that Bush’s WMD claims were false; and former intelligence officer in the US Marines.

Seymour Hersh | London Review of Books*

Shashi Tharoor — former United Nations Under-Secretary-General; former Indian Minister of State for Human Resource Development and Minister of State for External Affairs; and Indian National Congress Minister of Parliament; and Indian Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on External Affairs.

Sibel Edmonds — former FBI translator and whistleblower; whom the ACLU called “the most gagged person in U.S. history”; and founder of the founder of the National Security Whistleblowers Coalition.

Smedley Butler — former US Marine Corps Major General and the most decorated Marine at the time of his death.

Srećko Horvat — cofounder of DiEM25.

Stephen Cohen* — professor emeritus of Russian history and studies at Princeton University and New York University.

Stephen Kinzer* — senior fellow at Brown University and former New York Times journalist in 50+ countries.

Stephen Walt — Robert and Renee Belfer Professor of International Affairs at Harvard University.

Steve Coll | New Yorker

Theodore Postol — professor of science, technology and national security policy at MIT; former scientific adviser to the US Chief of Naval Operations; and recipient of the Leo Szilard Prize from the American Physical Society, Hilliard Roderick Prize from the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and Norbert Wiener Award from Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility.

Thomas Drake — former NSA Senior Executive, Technical Director for Software Engineering Implementation, and whistleblower; former intelligence analyst for the US Navy, Air Force, and CIA; and former NSA Chair and an Assistant Professor of Behavioral Sciences at National Defense University.

Thomas Ferguson — Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Massachusetts-Boston.

Thomas Piketty — Centennial Professor at the London School of Economics and professor at the Paris School of Economics.

Tim Anderson | University of Sydney

Tim Weiner — veteran New York Times investigative journalist and author of detailed histories of both the FBI and CIA.

Toby Jones | Rutgers University

Todd Pierce — former US Army Judge Advocate General (JAG) Major.

Tom Engelhardt* — Teaching Fellow at the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley; founder/editor of the indispensable TomDispatch; consulting editor for Metropolitan Books; fellow at The Nation Institute; and cofounder of American Empire Project.

Trevor Timm — Executive Director of the Freedom of the Press Foundation and columnist for Columbia Journalism Review.

William Appleman Williams — Professor Emeritus of History at Oregon State University; former professor of history at the Universities of Oregon and Wisconsin-Madison; Distinguished Fulbright Scholar at the University of Melbourne; and former President of the Organization of American Historians.

William Astore — retired US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, whistleblower, and former professor at the Air Force Academy and the Naval Postgraduate School.

William Binney — a 36-year NSA veteran cryptomathematician and whistleblower, who was Technical Director of World Geopolitical and Military Analysis (the NSA’s technical director of the world, basically) and founder of the NSA’s Signals Intelligence Automation Research Center, where he and five others created the original automated surveillance programs.

Willam Blum* — former State Department employee that resigned founded the first “alternative” newspaper in DC, as well as working with CIA whistleblower Philip Agee on Covert Action Quarterly.

William Hartung | Center for International Policy

William Polk — former professor of history at Harvard University and the University of Chicago; former member of the State Department Policy Planning Council focusing on the Middle East and North Africa; and contributor to planning the United Nations Environmental Program.

Yanis Varoufakis* — former Greece Finance Minister during negotiations with the Troika; current professor of economics at King’s College London (England); cofounder of DiEM25; and former professor of economics at the Universities of Cambridge (England), Athens (Greece), Louvain (Belgium), Texas-Austin (US), Sydney (Australia), Glasgow (Scotland), Essex (England), East Anglia (England), and Turin (Italy).

Yossi Melman — former IDF reconnaissance and special operations soldier; former Nieman Journalism Fellow at Harvard University; and recipient of the Sokolov Award (Israel’s most prestigious decoration for journalists).


ARCHIVES & DATABASES:

Assassination Archives and Research Center (AARC)

The Beckley Foundation Science Programme

BlackBoxVoting

The Black Vault

Center on the Developing Mind | Harvard University

The Chomsky Archive | MIT

CIA World Factbook

The Counted | The Guardian

Creating Law Enforcement Accountability & Responsibility (CLEAR) | City University of New York

Cryptocomb

Cryptome

Cyber Vault | George Washington University

Datablog | The Guardian

Documenting Hate | ProPublica

Eat Well Guide

Environmental Working Group (EWG)

Federation of American Scientists (FAS)

Forensic Architecture | University of London

From The Wilderness

Gaza In Context

Global Nonviolent Action Database

Green Gardening Matters

Harvard Review of Latin America

History Commons

History Lab | Columbia University

IC Off The Record

ICWATCH | WikiLeaks

Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP)

Institute for Policy and Research Development (IPRD)

International Center for Ethnobotanical Education Research & Service (ICEERS)

JFKfacts

Journal of Conflict Resolution

Journal of Peace Research

Library Freedom Project

Making a Better World | MIT

Mary Ferrell Foundation

MuckRock

Multidisiplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS)

National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC)

National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)

National Election Defense Coalition

The Open Policing Project | Stanford University

OpenSecrets

Origins: Current Evensts in Historical Perspective | Ohio State University

Oxfam International

Physicians for Social Responsibility

Plateforme de Protection des Lanceurs d’Alerte en Afrique

PR Watch

Psychologists for Social Responsibility

Psyop Warrior

Psywar

Psywarrior

Public Intelligence

Quantifying Kissinger

Sci-Hub

The Snowden Archive | CJFE

Strategic Studies Institute | U.S. Army War College

The Solutions Project

Spinwatch

SpyCulture

Sunlight Foundation

Transparency International

Wikispooks

Withdrawn Cables

World Bank | Data by Countries

Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI)

Swiss Institute for Peace and Energy Research (SIPER)

Third World Traveler


Video & Audio:

Abby Martin | The Empire Files

Adam Curtis | BBC

Al Jazeera Documentaries

Al Jazera Out Loud

American Experience | PBS

BBC Documentaries

Bill Moyers | PBS

Brave New Films

Citations Needed

ClandesTime | SpyCulture

CounterPunch Radio

CounterSpin | FAIR

Crisis of Civilization | INSURGE Intelligence

Democracy Now!

Field of Vision

Films for Action

Free Documentaries

Frontline | PBS

History Channel

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

The Intercept, Spoken Edition

John Pilger

Journeyman Pictures

The Listening Post | Al Jazeera

Media Roots Radio

Mehdi Hasan | Al Jazeera

Metanoia Films

Michael Moore

National Geographic

New York Times Documentaries

Noam Chomsky | Audio & Video

Oliver Stone

PBS Documentaries

Project Censored Radio

Ralph Nader Radio Hour

Scheer Intelligence | Truthdig

The Scott Horton Show

Start Making Sense | The Nation Magazine

Stickman Films

Top Documentary Films

Unauthorized Disclosure | Shadowproof

 VICE

VPRO Backlight