The Cablegate Shock - Does WikiLeaks upset the "Special Relationship" Narrative of Transatlantic Relations?


Research Paper (postgraduate), 2011

20 Pages, Grade: 1,3


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Table of Contents

1 INTRODUCTION

2 WHAT IS WIKILEAKS?
2.1 Definition and Description
2.2 What is the Functional Niche of WikiLeaks?

3 WHAT IS THE S.R.?

4 ANALYZING PRACTICES OF REPORTING
4.1 The Cable to Precede the Media Responses
4.1.1 09LONDON348 – “THE BRITISH ASK, IS OUR SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP STILL SPECIAL IN WASHINGTON?”
4.2 Pre-Cablegate Media Response
4.2.1 “HISTORY OF BRITAIN'S SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP WITH AMERICA”
4.2.2 “U.S. AND U.K. SAY 'SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP' IS STILL GOING STRONG”
4.3 Transition
4.3.1 “DEALING WITH ASSANGE AND THE WIKILEAKS SECRETS”
4.4 Post-Cablegate Media Response
4.4.1 “WIKILEAKS: BRITAIN MOCKED BY US OVER 'SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP'”

5 CONCLUSION
5.1 Questions – Answers!
5.2 What will be next in the history of the Special Relationship Narrative?
WORKS CITED AND SOURCES USED

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Title
The Cablegate Shock - Does WikiLeaks upset the "Special Relationship" Narrative of Transatlantic Relations?
College
University of Leipzig  (Institut für Anglistik / Institute of British Studies)
Course
The Anglo-American World in a Global Context; A Special Relationship?
Grade
1,3
Author
Year
2011
Pages
20
Catalog Number
V191848
ISBN (eBook)
9783656166962
ISBN (Book)
9783656167327
File size
584 KB
Language
English
Notes
My instructor was patient with me and provided me with all the support feasible for coming up with this piece - many thanks to Frau Hofmeister, I am also indebted to my friend Stefanie who motivated me to carry on through sleepless nights of editing. As we live in a world changing rapidly, it seemed only just to let personal interest fertilize this research paper - as much as it was enjoyable writing it, I hope it provides some of the insight people seek, when dealing with WikiLeaks and the Special Relationship. A final thanks to Giordano Bruno for instilling me with humanist values.
Keywords
WikiLeaks, Cablegate, Whistleblowing, Julian Assange, USA, UK, America, Great Britain, NYT, New York Times, The Daily Telegraph, Guernica, London, Washington, Richard LeBaron, Barack Obama, Bill Keller, Tim Shipman, The Washington Post, Mary Beth Sheridan, Karla Adam, Andy Bloxham, Alan P. Dobson, History, Twentieth Century, David Bollier, WaPo, Media, Journalism, Special Relationship, Transatlantic, Relations, Diplomacy, Free Speech, Russia, Ecuador, Trump, posttruth
Quote paper
Raik Lorenz (Author), 2011, The Cablegate Shock - Does WikiLeaks upset the "Special Relationship" Narrative of Transatlantic Relations?, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/191848

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