Interviews with the world's leading politicians, thinkers and cultural figures. In an in-depth,…
The widespread publication of leaked diplomatic documents from the US is causing embarrassment among world leaders.
The publications reveal grave differences between what is said publicly and what diplomats really think. But should communications between diplomats have to be secret - and does the public really have a right to know what gets talked about behind closed diplomatic doors?
In Wikileaks: Open Secret, Stephen Sackur speaks to three experts and asks: have the actions of Wikileaks done irreparable damage to the future of international relations?
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