One of the publications that received the 50,000 classified diplomatic cables from Wikileaks was U.K. newspaper The Guardian. Some have wondered if the publication is playing a part in what they charge is Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's "anti-Americanism." Is the leak a shining example of freedom of the press, or a dangerous and damaging action?
We're joined by Ian Black, editor from The Guardian, and Daniel Korski, senior policy fellow for the European Council on Foreign Relations.
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