Is WikiLeaks Release Brave Or Unethical?

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Robert Baer, intelligence columnist, time.com
Thomas Blanton, director, National Security Archive
Victoria Toensing, founding partner, diGenova & Toensing

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called the massive leak of diplomatic cables an attack on U.S. foreign policy interests and the international community. WikiLeaks calls its public disclosure whistle-blowing, and argues that the public has a right to know what its government is doing.

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