Julian Assange is at it again, publishing more than 1.7 million U.S. diplomatic records from 1973 to 1976, the period during which Henry Kissinger was secretary of State and national-security adviser. Unlike past WikiLeaks dumps, however, most of these were already declassified. WikiLeaks' main contribution was putting the trove into a searchable database called the Public Library of U.S. Diplomacy (PlusD). Assange, who is still avoiding arrest by hiding in the Ecuadorian embassy in Britain, says the documents hint at the scope of U.S. intelligence activity around the globe at the time.
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