Open Secrets: WikiLeaks, War and American Diplomacy

Open Secrets WikiLeaks War and American Diplomacy In the anti secrecy organization known as WikiLeaks made headlines around the world when it released thousands of classified U S government diplomatic cables and battlefield reports The New York

  • Title: Open Secrets: WikiLeaks, War and American Diplomacy
  • Author: The New York Times Alexander Star
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In 2010, the anti secrecy organization known as WikiLeaks made headlines around the world when it released thousands of classified U.S government diplomatic cables and battlefield reports The New York Times played a crucial role in breaking the WikiLeaks story, and Open Secrets is the definitive chronicle of the documents release and the controversy that ensued It inIn 2010, the anti secrecy organization known as WikiLeaks made headlines around the world when it released thousands of classified U.S government diplomatic cables and battlefield reports The New York Times played a crucial role in breaking the WikiLeaks story, and Open Secrets is the definitive chronicle of the documents release and the controversy that ensued It includes detailed analyses of the documents by Times correspondents opinion essays by Frank Rich, Maureen Dowd and others and the full text of all the cables and war logs posted on The Times s Web site, along with 27 new cables selected for this volume It also includes an essay in which the executive editor of The Times, Bill Keller, explains how the newspaper came to publish documents obtained by WikiLeaks, and why it did expanded profiles of Julian Assange, WikiLeaks s founder, and Bradley Manning, the Army private suspected of being his source and original essays on what the fracas has revealed about American diplomacy and government secrecy A legal and technological thriller and a primer on world politics, Open Secrets is also a field guide to how information and power are wielded today, and why it matters.

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    One thought on “Open Secrets: WikiLeaks, War and American Diplomacy

    1. Trish

      An astonishing collection of articles, cables, photos, and references to the Wikileaks cable dump of U.S. secrets, all hyperlinked for easy navigation in an ebook format. I wasn't able to keep up with the wiki-secrets when they came out, but time has shown the extraordinary impact they have had on foreign affairs and inter-country relations. The NYT magazine cover article for January 26, 2011 gives an abridged version of the introduction to Open Secrets but it is the referenced material that mak [...]

    2. Kathy

      I read this book for a college paper I did on WikiLeaks. It was extremely informative and easy to read. Very, very helpful in my research.

    3. Will

      Vaguely interesting at the start but after the intros and insight, most of the book contents are just reprinted news articles. 75% of the book are the wiki leaks themselves, hardly interesting.

    4. Patrick

      An important historical document, which points to a need for a new foreign policy n the age of distributed digital networks.

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