The WikiWeek: July 22, 2011

THE CABLES AMERICAS The hand of U.S. officials in Haitian politics from 2004 to 2006. ASIA The United States is anxious about China’s growing influence in Cambodia. EUROPE U.S. officials worried that Norway was unprepared for a terrorist attack. Lithuania’s wayward press.   THE NEWS Is Prince Andrew the latest WikiLeaks casualty? Zimbabwean Prime Minister ...

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BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images
BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images

THE CABLES

AMERICAS

The hand of U.S. officials in Haitian politics from 2004 to 2006.

THE CABLES

AMERICAS

The hand of U.S. officials in Haitian politics from 2004 to 2006.

ASIA

The United States is anxious about China’s growing influence in Cambodia.

EUROPE

U.S. officials worried that Norway was unprepared for a terrorist attack.

Lithuania’s wayward press.

 

THE NEWS

Is Prince Andrew the latest WikiLeaks casualty?

Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, under investigation by President Robert Mugabe’s government for his statements in WikiLeaks cables, is cleared.

Fourteen people are arrested for a cyberattack on PayPal in solidarity with WikiLeaks.

How two LulzSec hackers got caught.

Julian Assange lawyer Mark Stephens may have been a target of News of the World‘s phone hacking.

Slavoj Zizek: Julian Assange "is like the boy who tells us the emperor is naked."

The U.S. Library of Congress no longer classifies WikiLeaks as an "extremist" website.

Charles Homans is a special correspondent for the New Republic and the former features editor of Foreign Policy.

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