Last week Foreign Policy launched “Wikileaked,” a new blog that will mine the secret documents released on the WikiLeaks website for original articles and daily blog posts by columnists such as Tom Ricks and David Hoffman. In a memo announcing the new blog, FP’s Susan Glasser said, “We’re planning to keep reading the secret cables — and putting it all in one place over the next few weeks (and perhaps months) — as WikiLeaks dribbles out secret and sensitive documents on everything from the dating habits of world leaders to the prospects of political reform in Zimbabwe. And we’ll keep on it as long as there are still interesting and important documents to discover.”
Here are a few recent headlines from the new blog:
But as Levar Burton would say, “you don’t have to take my word for it.” Check out Wikileaked here.
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