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Ecuador’s Presidential Elections Could Decide Julian Assange’s Fate

A leading presidential candidate has vowed to end Assange’s asylum if elected.

The Cable

WikiLeaks Turns Its Attention to the French Elections

The “professional plot” against François Fillon goes digital.

Shadow Government

Why Obama Made the Wrong Call on Chelsea Manning

Extending legal reasoning appropriate to our civilian society into the military in ways that don’t align with the purposes of military activity corrodes the military’s ability to serve its function.

The Cable

Breaking: WikiLeaks Now Opposed to Leaks

Nothing is real and everything is possible.

The Cable

Um, Since When Does the Right Wing Like Julian Assange?

Or: how partisanship trumps principle.

Passport

Why It Makes Perfect Sense for Ecuador to (Kind of) Turn Its Back on Assange

Cratering oil prices and the collapse of 21st century socialism has left Quito vulnerable.

Best Defense

A RicksiLeaks Exclusive!: Federal government post-Trump plans…

Exclusive to RicksiLeaks, direct from the fevered imagination of Tom Ricks, with no state interference or contact.

Passport

WikiLeaks, Sputnik, and the Story of a (Perhaps) Russian Information Operation

Donald Trump repeated accusations from Russian state media that misrepresented a WikiLeaks email.

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