"In response to nine separate requests for information on human rights abuses in Argentina during the military dictatorship in that country (1976 - 1983), the Department of State reviewed files from 1975 through 1984 and identified 4,677 documents for release in full or in part; redactions were made for reasons of personal privacy, national security and foreign relations, including protection of confidential sources."
1853 - Treaty for the Free Navigation of the Rivers Parana and Uruguay Between the United States and Argentina; July 10
1853 - Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation Between Argentina and the United States; July 27
1896 - Extradition Convention Between the United States and Argentina; September 26
"These digital images of Mexican and Argentine presidential speeches from the 19th century represent the second phase of the Latin Americanist Research Resources Project. The project's overall goals are to broaden the array of Latin Americanist resources available to students and scholars, to restructure access to these collection on a comprehensive scale and to assist libraries in containing costs.
In phase two over 75,000 frames of microfilmed Spanish-language government documents were converted to digital format. The Library of Congress has filmed Argentine presidential messages, while the Mexican material has been filmed by Preservation Resources. The following pages will allow you to view GIF files of the scanned images as well as download larger TIFF files for printing or to view with a TIFF viewer."
"This digital collection documents the human rights activism of the Rabbi Marshall T. Meyer in 1970’s and 1980’s Argentina. The collection consists of the correspondence, project files, subject files, publications, and other documents contained in the Argentina subseries of the Geographic series of the Marshall T. Meyer papers held at Duke University's David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library."
An independent non-governmental research institute and library located at The George Washington University, the Archive collects and publishes declassified documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act. The Archive also serves as a repository of government records on a wide range of topics pertaining to the national security, foreign, intelligence, and economic policies of the United States. Some of these items are accessible online for free.
"Formed after democracy was restored in Argentina in 1983, the National Commission on the Disappearance of Persons was chartered to investigate the fates of the thousands who disappeared during the junta rule. The commission was to receive depositions and evidence concerning these events, and pass the information to the courts, in those cases where crimes had been committed. The commission's report would not extend, however, to determine responsibility, only to deliver an unbiased chronicle of the events. "
"This selection of key documents show the origins of nuclear cooperation between Argentina and Brazil from the 1960s onwards. Together, these two countries averted a cycle of competition in the nuclear field that could have had serious geopolitical implications."