Byron Scott, professor emeritus, Missouri School of Journalism: This past Sunday newspapers around the world were more interesting than usual. WikiLeaks, the transparency website that embarrassed the Pentagon last spring with thousands of documents on Iraq and Afghanistan, cooperated with five prestigious international newspapers to unveil more than 250,000 State Department cables that had something to say about most of the world and most of its leaders. And some of the language was most undiplomatic.
GLOBAL JOURNALIST: The impact of WikiLeaks is difficult to measure
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