On this Thanksgiving day, we could have talked about Sarah Palin's new gaffe when, as a guest on Glenn Beck's radio program — the man who stirs up paranoia and deliberately misinforms his 2.5 million daily listeners — she talked about "our North Korean allies."
We also could have talked about the conviction of [Read more]
If diplomats no longer dare to send undiplomatic, unvarnished truths to their governments on encrypted cables, the world's peace will be in more danger. Not less.
It’s a good thing that diplomats have their immunities.
If I were an American policy maker, I would sit down and seriously worry about all this.
They also reveal who came to the U.S. for assistance in SUPPRESSING democracy and open government – and, quite frequently, got it.
With 7,918 documents, the U.S. Embassy in Ankara and Consulate in Istanbul were apparently the “biggest contributor” to the 251,000 documents exposed by WikiLeaks.
We’ve found out about what representatives of the United States and third party countries think about us.
America’s views on the Middle East are heavily influenced by Israel. Internal Washington diplomatic correspondence released by WikiLeaks shows a marked Israeli influence on America’s Middle East policies. The focus of the leaked documents is on the Iranian nuclear program and the remarks of concerned Arab royal [Read more]
Washington is mulling charging the Australian citizen for espionage — the publication of thousands of classified documents has left its diplomats with red faces and Sarah Palin baying for his blood.