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Massive archive of Clinton Administration documents concerning Russia quietly declassified

On August 31, 2018 the Clinton Library and National Security Council silently released hundreds of pages of previously classified documents pertaining to the Clinton Administration’s dealings with Russia.



The documents include secret conversations between then-Russian President Boris Yeltsin and former President Bill Clinton. 

While Bill and Hillary Clinton made waves Friday at the much-ballyhooed funeral of late singer and music icon Aretha Franklin, the National Security Council and Clinton Library silently declassified and released 591 pages of previously classified documents concerning the Clinton Administration’s conversations and dealings with then-Russian President Boris Yeltsin in the 1990s. The documents, which can be viewed now online, include transcripts of secret phone conversations between Yeltsin and Clinton.

Bill and Hillary Clinton arrive at the funeral for the late singer and music icon Aretha Franklin on Friday, August 30, 2018. (Courtesy of Global News)

The documents include conversations and transcripts that occurred exclusively between President Bill Clinton and Yeltsin, and reveal a fascinating glimpse into American diplomatic efforts with Russia throughout the 1990s. With subjects ranging from Ukraine, to the nuclear weapons, and the wrongdoing of Russian oligarchs, the release is proving poignant and timely despite being decades old, as the current Trump Administration falls under increased scrutiny for their ties to the Kremlin and its associates.

Declassified Documents Concerning Russian President Boris Yeltsin during the Clinton Administration
Then-Russian President Boris Yeltsin admits hand-picking Vladimir Putin to become president, and the Clinton Administration’s subsequent worries about Putin’s attemt at global reach, in this except the 591-page document declassification and release from the Clinton Library and National Security Council on August 31, 2018. 

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