2010-10-15: Los Angeles Times: WikiLeaks and 9/11: What if? FBI special agent Coleen Rowley and former FAA special agent and whistleblower Bogdan Dzakovic on how WikiLeaks could have averted the 9/11 attacks by giving frustrated investigators an outlet to make their findings public.
2010-10-18: Reuters: Pentagon cautions news media on WikiLeaks documents. "News organizations should be cautioned not to facilitate the leaking of classified documents with this disreputable organization known as WikiLeaks," Pentagon spokesman Col. David Lapan said.
2010-10-22: Fabius Maximus: The US government successfully smears Wikileaks, while America sleeps. "US government operations grind down Wikileaks and its best known member, Julian Assange. All smoothly done. But such success requires our disinterest and passivity. Fortunately for our rulers, these are notable characteristics of most 21st century Americans."
2010-10-27: The Nation: WikiLeaks and war spending. Laura Flanders: "The free press failed this weekend, with the Sunday talk shows ignoring the Iraq War Logs in order to talk horse race strategy for the upcoming elections."
2010-10-28: The Hindu: More Iraq Lies Exposed. The Hindu editorial on the WikiLeaks Iraq War Logs revelations.
2010-10-28: The Intelligence: Ist Julian Assange ein Verräter? (Is Julian Assange a traitor?). "Wikileaks deserves full respect, support and protection. Australia has, by following the demands of the United States, enacted the betrayal of a citizen."
2010-10-28: Foreign Policy: Popping the Military's Classification Bubble. "The vast majority of the WikiLeaks documents on Afghanistan shouldn't have been classified. I should know, I wrote some of them," writes Scott Bohlinger.
2010-10-29: AFP: Arab League urges action on WikiLeaks revelations. "These documents and what they have unveiled... constitute a crime equivalent to crimes against humanity and violations against the Iraqi people," said Ahmed ben Helli, the Cairo-based organisation's deputy security general.
2010-10-29: Antiwar / Tribune Media Services: Defying A Superpower. Robert Koehler applauds WikiLeaks for the bravery to bring the truth about Iraq into the light.
2010-10-29: The Atlantic: On 'Treason' and Julian Assange. James Fallows points out that foreign citizens can't by definition commit 'treason' against the US, as some have accused.
2010-10-29: CounterPunch: Xbox vs. WikiLeaks John Grant on Bradley Manning and Julian Assange: "They’re sticking their necks way out for us. We need to support them."
2010-10-30: American Journalism Review: Spreading Leaks Before WikiLeaks. Mark Feldstein: "In the 1970s, the course of greatest impact was Jack Anderson's column. Today, it is WikiLeaks. The lesson then, and now, is that when mainstream journalism doesn't uncover abuses, more radical muckraking activists will, sometimes influencing events in ways politicians and generals do not anticipate."
2010-10-30: La Vanguardia: ¿Quién teme a Wikileaks? (Who Is Afraid of WikiLeaks?). Manuel Castells on the impact of WikiLeaks, the Iraq War Logs and the establishment's reaction.
2010-10-31: Huffington Post: Let's Rally to Restore Peace. Marjorie Cohn on America's forgotten wars and the lack of media reactions to the WikiLeaks Iraq War Logs revelations.
2010-10-31: Boston Globe: US must accept responsibility. Globe editorial urges accountability for torture and abuse revealed in WikiLeaks disclosures.
2010-10-31: New Europe: Assuaging Assange: Taking WikiLeaks Seriously Report on the Iraq War Logs and the EU Parliament's ALDE Group (Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe) intention to raise the issue of torture and abuse at the EU-US Lisbon summit in November.