Diplomacy

In South Africa, Michelle Obama's Very Presence Raises Hopes and Opinion of America

Celia Dugger: "The prickly ambivalence that South Africans often show toward the United States, which is often perceived here as an overbearing superpower, seems to have been suspended for Mrs. ...

Huge Keller Cover Story Defends Spilling Diplomatic Secrets From WikiLeaks

The biggest laugh line in Executive Editor Bill Keller's proud defense of his paper's publication of secret diplomatic cables from WikiLeaks and Julian Assange: "...it is our aim to be impartial ...

Editor Bill Keller Defends the 'Value' of WikiLeaks: Info's 'Absolutely Fascinating'

Executive Editor Bill Keller reacted badly to a National Public Radio question suggesting Julian Assange of WikiLeaks was a "looter" or a smasher of windows. Keller insisted the document dump has ...

NY Times Preens Over Publishing Stolen Cables, But Was Snooty Over Swiped Climate-Gate Email

NYT Executive Editor Bill Keller on why the Times published confidential diplomatic cables obtained illegally by WikiLeaks: "For The Times to ignore this material would be to deny its own readers ...

Times Preens Over Publishing Stolen Cables, But Was Snooty Over Swiped Climate-Gate Email

Executive Editor Bill Keller on why the Times published confidential diplomatic cables obtained illegally by Wikileaks: "For The Times to ignore this material would be to deny its own readers the ...

"Conservative Hard-Liners" vs. North Korea

Helene Cooper slants her story on liberal State Department diplomacy's triumph in North Korea over Dick Cheney's "hard-line" approach.

Bush Plans "Left in Ruins" by Bhutto's Assassination

Helene Cooper's first instinct when something bad happens in Pakistan: See how badly it reflects on Bush.

Cooper vs. Condi: NYT Smacks Rice Around

In an unsympathetic evaluation, reporter Helene Cooper promoted the view that "as national security adviser [Condoleezza Rice] largely served as a rubber stamp for a series of foreign policy ...
Syndicate content