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Studio interview: Lessons to be learnt form file leak

07-30-2010 18:47 BJT

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Zhou Liming joins us again to discuss the Wikileaks issue.

Q1: Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the unprecedented leak of secret of US military reports about the war in Afghanistan could have serious consequences for its troops and allies. Do you think US will alter its strategy in Afghanistan to avoid any backlash?

Q2: The Wikileaks inquiry now has a prime suspect, a young army officer. But whether or not he is the culprit, such a large-scale leak of documents has exposed many problems facing the US army and its intelligence circle. In your view, what is the biggest lesson that needs to be learnt?

 

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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