This whole WikiLeaks business has a bunch of world leaders in a lather, and it's pretty interesting to watch. The private descriptions of various presidents, prime ministers and dictators are especially revealing and rather entertaining. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is called "feckless, vain and inneffictive as a modern European leader." Hamid Karzai is considered "an extremely weak man," Kim Jong Il (my favorite) is a "flabby old chap," and Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is "just strange."
No doubt there is content in the WikiLeaks cables that could prove to be dangerous to national and world security, but so far most people (political leaders excluded) seem indifferent to the whole rather bizarre affair. Indeed, a public opinion poll is split 50/50 on the issue of whether WikiLeaks has the right to publish documents that could threaten national security.