Ecuadorian president Rafael Correa is an admirer of Julian Assange, whom he has characterised as the ‘emblem of unlimited freedom of expression’. As the WikiLeaks founder and Editor-in-Chief waits at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to hear about a decision on his request for asylum, a special issue of The Nation offers insights into ‘the WikiLeaks phenomenon in Latin America’ and how ‘thanks to Cablegate…the biggest leak of US documents in history…the Americas have been treated to a mega-civics lesson in globalized whistleblowing’.
WikiLeaks and the War on Drugs: http://www.thenation.com/article/169076/wikileaks-and-war-drugs?rel=emailNation#
How WikiLeaks Revitalized Brazil’s Media: http://www.thenation.com/article/169081/how-wikileaks-transformed-brazils-media?rel=emailNation
WikILeaks Colombia: Gossip and Counterinsurgency: http://www.thenation.com/article/169074/wikileaks-colombia-gossip-and-counterinsurgency?rel=emailNation%22
Latin America After Cablegate: What Changed? http://www.thenation.com/article/169072/latin-america-after-cablegate-what-changed?rel=emailNation%22