from Wiki Leaks by Josh Rogin
By Patricia H. Kushlis
Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said yesterday at a briefing for reporters that he did not think a young officer at a forward post in Iraq needed to be kept up-to-date on the twists and turns of the negotiations over New START. He?s right. There?s a lot more these officers and enlisted personnel didn?t and don?t need to know either ? at least from the cables I?ve seen released thus far by Wikileaks that have appeared in the media.
WASHINGTON — The damaging disclosure by the whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks of sensitive US diplomatic cables could put a chill on the sharing of intelligence considered vital to waging war and averting al-Qaeda attacks
WikiLeaks cables paint picture of isolated, feared Iran
Classified US diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks suggest that Iran goes into next week’s nuclear talks with few remaining
?Even before the publication of WikiLeaks, [Eric] Edelman [a former US ambassador to Turkey] spoke like an Ergenekon suspect
Column One: The WikiLeaks challenge
… the WikiLeaks exposure of thousands of documents from the US Embassy in Ankara discussing Turkish animosity towards America, Clinton flew to Turkey for
Wikileaks cables: Bradley Manning needs both emotional and financial support if he is to defend himself from the coming US governmental onslaught.
from cafebabel.com by ggbrunt