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Entries by Greg Mitchell from 02/2011

Why Julian Assange Hates 'The New York Times'

| Posted 02.01.2011 | Politics

As many know, Bill Keller, executive editor of The New York Times, wrote a piece for his paper's Sunday magazine this past week (actually it's just a...

Beyond WikiLeaks: A Leak "Arms Race"

| Posted 02.02.2011 | Media

Leaks have always played an important part in journalism, but this direct-to-the-public approach championed by WikiLeaks is new. Now there's a new kid on the block. Or rather, kids.

The Age of WikiLeaks

| Posted 02.03.2011 | World

Many critics of WikiLeaks claim that there's "nothing new" in the Cablegate releases. With reporting scattered around the globe, often emerging from smaller papers, a guide seems valuable.

Bradley Manning: Forgotten No More

| Posted 02.04.2011 | Politics

Nearly nine months after he was arrested for allegedly leaking material, including diplomatic cables, to WikiLeaks, Army Pfc. Bradley Manning was very much in the news this week after having been forgotten. What happened?

WikiLeaks vs. Donald Rumsfeld's Lies: An Eyewitness Account

| Posted 02.09.2011 | Politics

WikiLeaks' massive "war logs" release on Iraq last October exposed Rumsfeld's many misleading statements over and over, but were quickly forgotten by mainstream journalists.