WikiLeaks Archive Cables Uncloak U.S. Diplomacy - NYTimes.com
- A cache of a quarter-million confidential American diplomatic cables, most of them from the past three years, provides an unprecedented look at back-room bargaining by embassies around the world, brutally candid views of foreign leaders and frank assessments of nuclear and terrorist threats.State's SecretsDay 1 of 9A cache of diplomatic cables provide a chronicle of the United States' relations with the world.Other Articles in the Series Â»Related Documents * WikiLeaks and U.S. Government Trade Letters * Profile of the Libyan Leader * A Wild Wedding in Dagestan, Russia * Ambassador Reports on Zimbabweâ€™s Leader * U.S. Warns Germany on Bungled Rendition * 2009 Meeting with Ahmed Wali Karzai * All Related Documents Â»Bradley ManningAssociated PressPfc. Bradley Manning is accused of leaking diplomatic cables and other classified documents to WikiLeaks.Readers' CommentsThe LedeWhat revelation from the secret documents did you find most interesting? * Comment Post a CommentSome of the cables, made available to The New York Times and several other news organizations, were written as recently as late February, revealing the Obama administrationâ€™s exchanges over crises and conflicts. The material was originally obtained by WikiLeaks, an organization devoted to revealing secret documents. WikiLeaks posted 220 cables, some redacted to protect diplomatic sources, in the first installment of the archive on its Web site on Sunday.