The Fallout from Today’s WikiLeaks Leak

Whether or not you agree with the actions of the organization WikiLeaks, it will be interesting to track the fallout as findings are revealed in the press. I will continue to update this post as more interesting tidbits are found in the 250,000 documents of information.

  • “Wikileaks cables reveal China ‘ready to abandon North Korea'” –
  • “The King of Saudi Arabia privately urged the United States to attack Iran to destroy its nuclear weapons programme, according to diplomatic cables leaked by the whistle-blowing website, WikiLeaks.” –
  • “The Yemeni government covered up US drone strikes against al-Qaeda there and claimed the bombs were its own, according to the WikiLeaks documents.” –
  • “American diplomats have been running a spying campaign against the United Nations leadership and representatives of permanent members of its security council, including Britain, according to documents released by WikiLeaks.” –
  • “China directed Google hacking: leaked US documents” –
  • “U.S. diplomats describe German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle as arrogant, vain and critical of America, documents released on Sunday by whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks showed.” –
  • “Iran obtained 19 advanced missiles from North Korea, potentially giving the Islamic nation the capability of attacking Moscow and cities in Western Europe, according to embassy cables posted by and provided to the New York Times.” –
  • “The U.S. warned Germany in 2007 that an extradition request for 13 Central Intelligence Agency operatives suspected of mistakenly abducting a German citizen more than three years earlier would have a “negative impact” on relations, a document obtained by showed.” –
  • “The leaked US cables on the Pakistani nuclear arsenal reveal a serious and growing threat of nuclear terrorism that has been deliberately played down by western governments, counter-proliferation experts said yesterday. –
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