The WikiLeaks cables depict the corruption that has long been an open secret in Central Asia, but they also show the Americans doing their level best amid a cast of unsavory characters. by TOL When WikiLeaks first made international headlines with its release of 75,000 American digital military logs from Afghanistan, TOL and our partner […]

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