What WikiLeaks means for the writing of history
Despite the legal troubles for founder Julian Assange, Wikileaks has vowed to continue publishing confidential diplomatic cables. Will the loss of confidentiality mean that fewer leaders will commit their observations to paper? And what will that mean for future historians?
- Scott Silliman: Professor of Law and Executive Director, Center on Law, Ethics and National Security at Duke University.
- Peter Kornbluh: Senior analyst with the National Security Archive at George Washington University.
- Ric Stoll: Chair of the political science department at Rice University.