Wikileaks is Back! Our Media Impact and Reputation Analysis

Wikileaks is coming back in releasing secret and confidential documents, few weeks after many considered this organization a dead one as they announced cease of operations due to financial struggles. Now Wikileaks is publishing a selection of messages from the apparently 5 million emails leaked from private intelligence corporation Stratfor. Publishing and diffusion strategy chosen…

Protests in Spain. Media Coverage comparison with Tahrir Square Egypt Revolution

Something really new is emerging in the political life in Spain. An apparently grassroots movement in the verge to create a serisous crisis in the political system in Spain. The movement Democracia Real Ya (Real Democracy Now) launched a call by mid February for civic demonstrations in Spain by May 15, under the motto “Toma…

Egypt and Tunisia. Twin Wikileaks Stories? (and 3)

Third and final post about the analysis of the Egypt crisis through the content of Wikilekas related news. In the precedetn post we found that some issues are clearly more related to the ongoing unrest and political crisis than to strictly the content of the cables revealed by Wikileaks. This appears clear again in the…

Egypt and Tunisia: Twin Wikileaks Stories? (I)

In a recent post we showed some empirical results about what we considered the first political crisis after Wikileaks revelation of secret US Department Cables. Tunisia opened the new era where media counts with official documents on how the US diplomacy evaluate the political situation in every country. Now, a fast developing political crisis takes…