Five major international mass media, Sunday, November 28, 2010, published a number of leaks of information that is spread pages WikiLeaks. Leaks because it makes U.S. uneasy diplomatic communication reports reveal Washington with officials of countries on sensitive issues.
Wikileaks reveal that a complete set of documents that consist of data and consists of 251 287 261 276 536 words. "This is seven times more than 'The Iraq War Logs,' which is a leaked confidential information that has been published before," Wikileaks wrote.
Blogger Yahoo, Zachary Roth, then compile the information leaked Wikileaks ten topics most warmly reviewed fifth mass media, namely the New York Times (USA), Guardian (UK), Der Spiegel (Germany), Le Monde (France) and El Pais (Spain .)
According to Roth, most of the topics was a major issue in the last three years, including the Iranian nuclear issue, North Korea, to the Guantanamo detainees.
below are the ten main topic of U.S. classified information leaked from WikiLeaks:
1. A number of Middle Eastern countries are far more concerned over Iran's nuclear program than they reveal to the public. According to one report, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia repeatedly asked the U.S. to "cut the head of the snake." This could be interpreted to attack Iran's nuclear program. The leader of Qatar, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, and several other Middle Eastern countries also expressed the same view.
2. U.S. Ambassador to South Korea's February 2010 report to Washington that China probably will support the reunification of Korea as well as away from North Korea. According to Chinese officials, as quoted by the Guardian, its ally regarded as "a spoiled child."
3. Government Barack Obama's offer "incentives" for countries that are willing to be a new shelter for the U.S. of Guantanamo detainees. For example, the leader of Slovenia offered to meet with President Obama and Kiribati persuaded millions of dollars in aid.
4. Vice President of Afghanistan, Ahmed Zia Massoud, was reported never carrying cash of U.S. $ 52 million while visiting the United Arab Emirates in 2010. Afghan government tainted by allegations of corruption. Massoud himself denied carrying money out of the country.
5. U.S. trying to move a high level of processed uranium from a nuclear reactor in Pakistan. U.S. worried about Pakistan's plans to build nuclear weapons. That effort began in 2007 and continues.
6. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ordered U.S. diplomats to extract information about its foreign partners. Leaked documents from WikiLeaks also indicate that Clinton may have asked the diplomats to spy on the plan the Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, on Iran as well as information about the Sudan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia, and North Korea.
7. U.S. State Department branded the Qatar as the worst country in the Gulf region in terms of prevention of terrorism. Qatar security services reportedly "reluctant to act on a number of terrorists for fear of getting caught as a U.S. ally and trigger a counter attack," says a report.
8. Prime Minister (PM), Russia, Vladimir Putin, and Prime Minister of Italy Silvio Berluconi reportedly was more intimate than previously thought. Putin has given Berlusconi's "expensive gifts" and a number of lucrative energy contracts. Berlusconi seems to increasingly act as Putin's spokesman in Europe, "said one report.
9. Hezbollah reportedly continued to receive supplies of weapons from Syria, but President Bashar Assad promised the U.S. to stop sending weapons to the group.
10. Some reports give the impression of expression as well as unpleasant to hear for some leaders. Putin referred to as "alpha dog" and President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan impressed "driven by paranoia." German Chancellor Angela Merkel, considered to "avoid the risk and rarely creative." Meanwhile, the Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, is reported to take a walk with a nurse "sexy blonde" from Ukraine.