[Air-L] Wikileaks

simon collister simon_collister at hotmail.com
Sat Dec 4 12:53:20 PST 2010

I have found this a very useful starting point in discussions of Wikileaks.


NB. It was posted before the most recent rounds of disclosures.


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> Date: Sat, 4 Dec 2010 21:01:34 +0900
> From: tkach at japan.email.ne.jp
> To: air-l at listserv.aoir.org
> Subject: [Air-L] Wikileaks
> Dear Aoir-ers,
> Keen graduate students of mine in my International Politics class
> want to discuss Wikileaks. In addition to what's been in the news
> (newspaper articles, websites, etc.), I would like to give them
> some academic background reading, including journal papers,
> chapters in books, etc.
> The topic of international information disclosure, the responses
> to such, is fascinating, but somewhat out of my current research
> realm.
> If anyone has any resources to suggest, I'd greatly appreciate any
> suggestions, on or off list. Would be more than willing to share
> the results with the list.
> Thanks very much in advance for any suggestions.
> Best regards,
> Leslie Tkach-Kawasaki
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> Leslie M. Tkach-Kawasaki, Associate Professor
> Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
> University of Tsukuba
> Email: tkach at japan.email.ne.jp
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