‘WikiLeaks Project K sleeping danger to US PR’Posted: April 9, 2013
Published on 9 Apr 2013
Ensconced in the Ecuadorian Embassy for over nine months, but still fighting to open the lid on global politics. Julian Assange has released over 1.7 million US diplomatic cables from the 1970s – which he has dubbed the most-significant geopolitical publication ever.
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