Articles Posted in the " Wikileaks " Category

  • WikiLeaks, Ramifications for History?

    WikiLeaks, Ramifications for History?

    The most recent WikiLeaks disclosures, consisting of tens of thousands of reports and analyses made by US embassies and diplomatic missions around the world, may or may not lead to greater public scrutiny – and hence democratic accountability, as Mr Assange hopes – of the conduct of foreign policy. The most vociferous criticism of the […]


  • Catching up on #Wikileaks #Cablegate

    Catching up on #Wikileaks #Cablegate

    Is it justified? Should a newspaper disclose virtually all a nation’s secret diplomatic communication, illegally downloaded by one of its citizens? The reporting in the Guardian of the first of a selection of 250,000 US state department cables marks a recasting of modern diplomacy. Clearly, there is no longer such a thing as a safe […]


  • Wikileaks

    Wikileaks

    Wikileaks was mentioned on The Culture Show earlier tonight. It’s nothing to do with Wikipedia, but they, of course, have an entry on it: “Wikileaks is a website that publishes anonymous submissions and leaks of sensitive governmental, corporate, organizational, or religious documents, while attempting to preserve the anonymity and untraceability of its contributors. Within one […]