HLPR Blog Roundup: Wikileaks

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It’s been (kinda) all Wikileaks of late on the HLPR Blog.  Our bloggers have each covered the topic from varying angles, but all with interesting and relevant pieces.

Check them out!

  • Jake Laperruque strongly critiqued the process of Pfc. Manning’s arrest and prosecution.
  • Anthony Krammer detailed Wikileak’s release of hundreds of documents related to Guantánamo Bay and noted key revelations.
  • Of course, we had guest contributor Jonathan Peter’s excellent assessment of the First Amendment issues surrounding the potential prosecution of Wikileaks.
  • Lastly, Marshall Thompson noted the hypocrisy of U.S. State Department’s refusal to include the United States in its annual global human rights, given the wide condemnation of Pfc. Manning’s incarceration conditions.

Read these posts and others at the HLPR Blog!


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