Open Secrets

WikiLeaks, War and American Diplomacy

Book - 2011
Average Rating: 2.5 stars out of 5.
Open Secrets
Presents The New York Times analysis and reporting of the WikiLeaks scandal, provides a profile of Julian Assange, offers insight into the main players, and collects the news stories to provide a broad overview of the challenges facing American power.

Publisher: New York : Grove Press ; [Berkeley, Calif.] : Distributed by Publishers Group West, c2011
ISBN: 0802145760
Branch Call Number: 323.445 O612 2011
Characteristics: 523 p. :,ill. ;,23 cm


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Sharing secrets has been around much longer than WikiLeaks. Here the time honored approach in the form of the New York Times investigates the newcomer WikiLeaks.

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Jan 27, 2015
  • StarGladiator rated this: 1 stars out of 5.

Strangely enough, those crack reporters [or are they reporters on crack???] somehow neglect to ever mention the Bonnier family, the media moguls of Sweden who employed Anna Ardin, the chief and only accuser of WikiLeaks' Julian Assange, and that everyone involved in the effort to illegally extradite Assange to Sweden is financially connected to the Bonnier family? Any sane person would think that is important; just as any sane person would doubt anything that a newspaper who spiked plenty of stories for the CIA had to print! Rated poor for incredibly substandard journalism! [And when Anna Ardin, formerly with Swedish military intelligence, came under a media firestorm, she left for Israel, where another member of the Bonnier family was ambassador?] For real reporting on WikiLeaks & Assange:


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