Wikileaks: Making things harder for Hillary

posted by
January 14, 2011
Center for a Stateless Society
by Darian Worden  
Posted in Commentary

"When governments can’t trust each other to keep dirty secrets, they are likely to adjust their behavior. If they hesitate to conspire, then they will be less able to work together to impose the wills of political elites. If they restrict their own lines of communication, then they will be less effective at doing dirty deeds. If they restructure for efficiency, which will be extremely difficult for institutions laden with entrenched bureaucracy and cultures of privilege and rank, then they will probably be less of a burden on citizens and less profitable for political cronies." (01/12/11)  

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