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What WikiLeaks says about Blue Lantern, a probe into defence exports

What WikiLeaks says about Blue Lantern, a probe into defence exports

US State department cables released by WikiLeaks have provided dramatic revelations, writes freelancer Grahame Bowland.

Assange could face arrest for identifying an ASIO officer

Assange could face arrest for identifying an ASIO officer

Attorney General Robert McCelland confirmed last Friday that a new cable published by WikiLeaks identified an intelligence officer and could subsequently lead to Assange's prosecution in Australia, reports James Ball.

The WikiLeaks Australian cable dump: choice picks

The WikiLeaks Australian cable dump: choice picks

WikiLeaks has released the remaining diplomatic cables involving Australian officials. Crikey picks through the reams of information for highlights.

WikiLeaks: Shorten seeks US approval for prime ministership

WikiLeaks: Shorten seeks US approval for prime ministership

A confidential cable leaked today by WikiLeaks from the US consulate in Melbourne contains an extraordinary portrait of federal Labor MP Bill Shorten as a power hungry sycophant.

WikiLeaks: scattergun approach has everyone ducking for cover

WikiLeaks: scattergun approach has everyone ducking for cover

WikiLeaks overnight has announced its intention to release a massive new tranche of 35,000 US diplomatic cables, more than doubling the amount of cables published since releases began in November last year, writes Luke Miller.

WikiLeaks: Aust shirks duty in Afghanistan … fake visas for Australian sex trade …

WikiLeaks: Aust shirks duty in Afghanistan … fake visas for Australian sex trade …

Luke Miller sifts through the latest batch of WikiLeaks cables.

WikiLeaks and Gillard’s laissez faire approach to national security

WikiLeaks and Gillard’s laissez faire approach to national security

Julia Gillard was generally taking "between four and six days" to read "urgent material" from senior national security advisers during the height of Australian intelligence community consternation over WikiLeaks. Luke Miller asks why nobody seemed to care.

Assange legal team’s skeleton argument on strong ground

Assange legal team’s skeleton argument on strong ground

Julian Assange’s legal team is on very strong ground and English courts have in recent years repeatedly shown a robustness that the political class of that country lacks when it comes to human rights.

Why the WikiLeaks whale story is a fizzer

Why the WikiLeaks whale story is a fizzer

When it comes to the latest WikiLeaks embassy cables about Australia and whaling, there is nothing shocking or revelatory about them, suggests Tim Stephens.

We reserve the right to argue with you. So there.

We reserve the right to argue with you. So there.

Happy end of 2010 ... we made it. Just.