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Leaks by WikiLeaks

02 December, 2010

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On November 28, 2010, WikiLeaks stunned the whole World by releasing some leaked cables.

From the latest disclosures, one could observe America’s hubris but its diplomatic machinations and exploits have not been exposed to the fullest extent. On the other hand, disparaging remarks by the heads of state and dignitaries have been highlighted that could lead to animosities and strained relations between the countries.

In fact, there has been selectivity in picking from hundreds and thousands of cables according to their own preferences, fixation and choices. Quoting King Abdullah’s remarks about President Asif Ali Zardari and former’s prompting the US and the West to attack Iran could create bitterness between the countries. The most sinister however, were the efforts to create doubts about Pakistani nukes. Yet the leaks would create diplomatic problems also for America, and add to distrust that already exists between the US and other countries.

  • Should action be taken against wikiLeaks to shut it down?
  • What will be the effect on relationships between countries based on these leaks?
  • Who is the real force behind these leaks? Are they being secertly supported by some seceret agencies?
  • Why these reports mainly highlighted Pakistan`s political leaders, politics, nuclear program and its relationship with muslim countries?
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