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Brief Wikileaks Addendum

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In Robert Farley
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On November 28, 2010
I generally agree with Charli that there’s not much to particularly shock about the latest set of revelations (while also acknowledging that I haven’t gone through everything).  I think that this is primarily going to be of interest to diplomatic historians, who normally don’t get this kind of stuff for years and years and years […]

Aftermath…

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On October 27, 2010

I have some thoughts on the aftermath of the Wikileaks Iraq release over at World Politics Review: The release reaffirmed much that we already knew, including the high incidence of civilian casualties

The Iran Bits…

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In Robert Farley
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On October 23, 2010
There’s obviously much of interest in the Wikileaks Iraq release; for the moment the Iran stuff holds the bulk of my attention: But the field reports disclosed by WikiLeaks, which were never intended to be made public, underscore the seriousness with which Iran’s role has been seen by the American military. The political struggle between […]
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