WikiLeaks XVIII: What About Bob? (Woodward, That Is)

Busch, Michael
December 2010
Foreign Policy in Focus;12/13/2010, p4
This article assesses the impact of leaks about the U.S. foreign policy exposed by WikiLeaks in 2010. It relates the leaks to the journalism practices of reporter Bob Woodward. It criticizes the policies of the U.S. Department of State as revealed by the leaks. In addition, the article comments on the secret decision-making of U.S. President Barack Obama about the Afghan War.


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