Category Archives: wikileaks

Jan 24 2011

An Emperor Without Clothes: Wikileaks and the Limits of American Power

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By Felix Berenskoetter Two months into the public disclosure of US diplomatic cables by Wikileaks, what has been their impact? Although at this point only about 10% of over 250,000 leaked cables are available to the public, the widespread reporting … Continue reading

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Dec 16 2010

Wikileaks: how Web Technologies are changing the game for Freedom of Information.

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By Felipe Heusser A true information and political earthquake resulted from the collision of the two great plates of internet freedom and US diplomacy. The epicenter? Wikileaks, a well known website led by Julian Assange since 2006 that encourages online … Continue reading

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Dec 16 2010

National Intelligence Estimate Reaffirms Pakistan’s Role in Defeating Taliban

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By Faheem Haider The latest National Intelligence Estimates (NIE) for Afghanistan and Pakistan report what most analysts of the region and the wars there already know: the U.S. intervention in Afghanistan won’t work unless the Pakistani government and military rounds … Continue reading

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