AEI's Danielle Pletka on WikiLeaks

In her latest piece about Wikileaks, AEI's Vice President of Foreign and Defense Policy Studies, Danielle Pletka, writes that the frenzy over every titillating detail of WikiLeaks and Julian Assange distracts from the serious implications of this security breach, and what's at stake is President Obama's credibility at home and abroad.

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