Open Secrets: Wikileaks, War, and American Diplomacy
April 12, 2011
5.88 X 1.37 X 9.07 inches | 1.57 pounds
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About the Author
BILL KELLER has worked at The New York Times for more than twenty years, serving as executive editor, domestic correspondent, foreign correspondent, foreign editor, managaing editor, and currently as an op-ed columnist. He is the author of The Tree Shaker, among other books. He won a Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of the Soviet Union in 1989 and was chief of the Johannesburg bureau from 1192 to 1195, witnessing firsthand the remarkable events that led to the first free election in South Africa. He lives in New York.
"Thoughtful analysis of one of the largest leaks of classified information in history--how it happened, what the secret documents say and what it all means. ... The New York Times brings welcome order to the chaos of the hundreds of thousands U.S. government documents released last year ... An important book that gives coherence to a massive data dump." --Kirkus Reviews