Seib’s Future of Diplomacy documents the dramatic changes affecting public access to information about international affairs and foreign policy. And yet he claims that “crafty secrecy is still possible and, at times, still essential.” Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Why/why not? To support your answer, use the reading by Seib and then at least two of the following: Lasswell, Roeder, and Hallin. In addition, you should consult with two or more of the following off-syllabus readings (Calabresi and Connelly count as 1⁄2 a reading):Calabresi, Massimo. \”The War on Secrecy.\” Time vol. 176, no. 24 (2010): 30-37.Connelly, Matthew, and Richard H. Immerman. \”What Hillary Clinton\’s Emails Really Reveal.\” New York Times, 4March 2015.Krotoski, Aleks. \”Wikileaks and the New, Transparent World Order.\” Political Quarterly 82, no. 4 (2011): 526-30. Wong, Wendy H., and Peter A. Brown. \”E-Bandits in Global Activism: Wikileaks, Anonymous, and the Politics ofNo One.\” Perspectives on Politics 11, no. 4 (2013): 1015-33.