As Trade Ministers meet for their TPP meeting in Singapore this week, additional leaks have been posted by Wikileaks and the Huffington Post showing different countries’ positions on a number of different issues (including but not limited to IP). Zach Carter describes the documents in his Huffington Post piece: “One memo, which was heavily redacted before being provided to HuffPost, was written ahead of a new round of talks in Singapore this week. Read the full text of what HuffPost received here. (Note: Ellipses indicate redacted text. Text in brackets has been added by a third party.) Another document, a chart outlining different country positions on the text, dates from early November, before the round of negotiations in Salt Lake City, Utah. View the chart here. HuffPost was unable to determine which of the 11 non-U.S. nations involved in the talks was responsible for the memo.” The chart lists where countries stood in November on 18 separate issues in the IP chapter, relating to patents, copyrights, trademarks, geographical indications, and enforcement.