WikiLeaks, Ramifications for History?

The most recent WikiLeaks disclosures, consisting of tens of thousands of reports and analyses made by US embassies and diplomatic missions around the world, may or may not lead to greater public scrutiny – and hence democratic accountability, as Mr Assange hopes – of the conduct of foreign policy. The Continue Reading →

Fair deal online? It's coming

A government strategy promises more access to digital material and more freedom to use it. Zoe Corbyn reports The proliferation of online resources and the digitisation of source material have revolutionised many aspects of academics’ working lives. But researchers who work with online content have been frustrated by the UK’s Continue Reading →