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The WikiLeaks Files by WikiLeaks

The WikiLeaks Files

The WikiLeaks Files by WikiLeaks
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Sep 20, 2016 | 624 Pages
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Praise

“Long after the debate over the publication of these cables has been forgotten, the documents themselves will remain a valuable archive for scholars and students of US foreign policy. The essays that make up The WikiLeaks Files shed critical light on a once secret history. ”
—Edward J. Snowden, July 2015

“A deep dive into what the cables reveal about America’s dealings with a variety of states. It will be left to other books to argue whether WikiLeaks is right or wrong in their mission and approach. This one gives solid context to the cables themselves, explaining what they mean to the wider world.”
Kirkus Reviews

“Takes on a huge amount of data and delivers a thorough introduction to the narratives of US policy that the cables reveal [and] … makes the information in the cables accessible to a wide audience of readers who may not otherwise have the time or background knowledge to search through the data themselves.”
Publishers Weekly

“Provides accessible insight into nearly every major news topic of today.”
Portland Press Herald

“From government to big business, if you have a dirty secret, WikiLeaks is your nightmare.”
Guardian

“I’ve heard the impact of these releases on our foreign policy described as a meltdown, as a game-changer and so on … Is this embarrassing? Yes. Is it awkward? Yes.”
—Bob Gates, US Secretary of Defense, 2010

“The guy ought to be … and I’m not for the death penalty, so if I’m not for the death penalty, there’s only one way to do it: illegally shoot the son of a bitch.”
—Bob Beckel, Fox News

“The whole weighty book is a missile aimed at breaking the plate glass of US diplomacy and revealing its motivations.”
Sydney Morning Herald

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