Forget WikiLeaks. Too raw. Too unfiltered. Bad for your health, actually. If you really want to know what's going on, try LowyLeaks, aka The Lowy Institute, and allow their (always) senior policy analysts to tell you what only they think you need to know:
"Foreign policy expert Rory Medcalf has called for a considered debate on the impact of the ongoing publishing of classified diplomatic cables by WikiLeaks. Mr Medcalf, a senior policy analyst at the Lowy Institute, argues the release of the cables would hurt western diplomacies more than authoritarian nations such as Russia or China. The website is bad for diplomacy and encourages voyeurism, Mr Medcalf said. 'My focus is very much on the consequences', Mr Medcalf told AAP on Tuesday... In an earlier blog posting, he attacked the media for focusing so heavily on the continued publishing of cables, suggesting newspapers were doing it for commercial reasons... If the public really needs to know, then there's... no reason we should not see the original documents." (Consequences of leaks will be bad: expert, Peter Veness, AAP, 14/12/10)
Sorry to be such a voyeur, Rory old chap, but I'm a member of the great unwashed who really, really needs to know - original documents only, of course - what Frank Lowy's "Israeli charities" are, OK?
As in, "The Lowys deny wrongdoing and avoiding tax. They say the funds in the Liechtenstein account were distributed to Israeli charities in 2001 and not to any Lowy family member." (Lowy blasts US tax authorities, Leonie Wood, Sydney Morning Herald, 29/11/10)