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WikiLeaks

Defend Assange to Save Journalism

Ullekh NP

If you don’t defend Assange now, your ability to know the truth in the future will be badly hit, says Dr Suelette Dreyfus, the co-author of  Underground

Freedom and the Free Lance Spymaster

What’s next for Julian Assange?

The Fifth Estate

Though not perfect, this film gives you a measure of the man who opened a Pandora’s box

Rajiv Gandhi: Middleman?

The cables that were recently released by WikiLeaks portray Rajiv Gandhi as a middleman, an implication the Congress has denied by discrediting WikiLeaks. But the report of the Shah Commission, which investigated the excesses of the Emergency, too, points to Rajiv Gandhi’s inordinate interest in the affairs of Indian Airlines, as well as Indira Gandhi’s intervention on behalf of Boeing during the Emergency

A Beautiful Anarchy

At their heart, WikiLeaks and its future spawns represent an alternative architecture for democracy, putting power in the hands of many rather than a few

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