I'm guessing some people have been following them lately. I think the best English-language coverage has been here because the Times was one of the media outlets that had prior access: http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/worl ... crets.html I like the idea of Wikileaks, but not everything in this release of documents seems to have a solid "whistleblower" quality to it. On one hand, stuff like the information verifying the US' kidnapping of a German citizen due to mistaken identity is good. On the other hand, is the fact that Muammar al-Qadhafi is probably getting it on with his voluptuous Ukrainian nurse? Julian Assange's associations are sort of strange, too. Dave Emory is an "anti-fascist researcher" and pretty nutty most of the time, but he's highlighted some connections between Assange and an Australian cult he was on the run from as a child, as well as his (and the Pirate Bay's) connections to someone he alleges is a prominent Neo-Nazi: http://spitfirelist.com/for-the-record/ ... he-damned/ http://spitfirelist.com/for-the-record/ ... g-larsson/ Emory sometimes goes overboard whenever there's even a tenuous connection between the old Third Reich and something in the present day, but I think these are a pretty interesting read, on par with some of these leaked cables.