Tag Archives: Wikileaks

Mubarak is Out: Long Live (The Army) Egypt!


2/12/11 – carlos Egypt’s Revolution: You Can Put Lipstick on the Pig, I Still Won’t Kiss It Well, the thrill still lingers as Egypt basks in the glow of having removed a dictator.  I don’t see it that way.  Mubarak … Continue reading

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Europeans Criticize Fierce U.S. Response to Leaks


By STEVEN ERLANGER, NYT,Published: December 9, 2010 Read more in the NYT… PARIS — For many Europeans, Washington’s fierce reaction to the flood of secret diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaksdisplays imperial arrogance and hypocrisy, indicating a post-9/11 obsession with secrecy that contradicts … Continue reading

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Archive Director Tom Blanton decries “Wikimania”


Congressional testimony calls for overhaul of secrecy system and restraint on prosecutions  Thomas S. Blanton is Director of the National Security Archive at George Washington University in Washington D.C. For more information contact:  Thomas Blanton – 202/994-7000 Posted – December 16, … Continue reading

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Portuguese Newspaper, Expresso, Links to Wikileaks


Among the newspapers publishing selected Wikileaks posts is the Portuguese newspaper, Expresso.  Although in Portuguese many browsers provide translation services.  It’s interesting to see what leaks are important to foreign-language journals http://aeiou.expresso.pt/wikileaks?num=10&page=1&npages=

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Europe Comments on US Reaction to Wikileaks


Europeans Criticize Fierce U.S. Response to Leaks By STEVEN ERLANGER, NYT,Published: December 9, 2010 Read more in the NYT… PARIS — For many Europeans, Washington’s fierce reaction to the flood of secret diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaksdisplays imperial arrogance and hypocrisy, indicating … Continue reading

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When Personal Privacy Is Increasingly Scant, Should Governments Expect More?


What Has WikiLeaks Started? Even if WikiLeaks can be controlled, will others be motivated to flood the world with spilled secrets?     The Post-Cablegate Era Updated December 11, 2010, 02:15 PM Ron Deibert is director of the Canada Center for … Continue reading

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