December, 2010

Assange accuser wrote of need for revenge against cheating lovers

, Dec 13, 2010

Julian Assange's Swedish lawyer has delivered his strongest broadside yet against the prosecution of his client for rape and misconduct.

Mungo: WikiLeaks principle critical, but contents … oh well

, Dec 13, 2010

Julian Assange may not merit a Nobel prize, but he sure as hell doesn’t deserve to be persecuted either. If we are serious about defending democracy, he is not our enemy but our new best friend.

Rundle: timeline of Assange’s visit to Sweden and events that followed

, Dec 13, 2010

The following is a timeline and summary of the public record of Julian Assange's visit to Sweden, incidents therein, and accusations arising therefrom.

WikiLeaks secretly covering up release errors

, Dec 10, 2010

WikiLeaks has been erroneously releasing cables containing names, places and conversations that have potentially endangered human lives, write Grahame Bowland and Luke Miller.

Mark Arbib: the faceless inside man

, Dec 09, 2010

Federal MP Mark Arbib has been revealed as a confidential contact for the US embassy in Canberra in a WikiLeaks cable released to Fairfax early this morning, reports Luke Buckmaster.

WikiLeaks and the price of partnership

, Dec 08, 2010

WikiLeaks is paying a price for hooking up with mainstream media outlets. But eventually the media must pay one too.

‘Critical infrastructure’ = hysterical

, Dec 07, 2010

The "critical infrastructure" apparently leaked by WikiLeaks is a bureaucratic exercise that tells us nothing. Why is the press overreacting?

Rundle: Assange arrest warrant … pundits condemn ‘potential targets’ cable … Swiss bank accounts frozen … Gillard in libel suit?

, Dec 07, 2010

UK police say they plan to take WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange into custody soon, after they received a European arrest warrant.

The Canberra Cables

, Dec 06, 2010

This will not be end of Kevin Rudd’s starring role in the WikiLeaks Canberra cables, writes Luke Miller.
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Rudd deserves points for confronting some brutal truths

, Dec 06, 2010

The leaked conversation between Hillary Clinton and Kevin Rudd contradicts the perception that the former Australian prime minister was "soft" on China, writes Dr John Lee, a foreign policy fellow at the Centre for Independent Studies