The New York Times has an article (registration required) about the Wahabbi cancer that spread to Chechnya and helped fuel that war. This is the first article in a major publication that I know of which features Wahabbism prominently as a disruptive and oppressive strain of Islam. Of course, the article makes no mention of the champions of Wahabbism, the Saudis. In fact, it seems to go to great lengths to avoid mentioning them at all. It talks about the various "charities" that help fund the Wahabbis but stops short of mentioning just who runs and contributes to those charities.
Remember, Wahabbism was limited to a small band of bedouins in Arabia until ibn Saud took advantage of Sherif Hussein's preoccupation with securing land for his family after leading the Arab uprising during WW1. ibn Saud united the bedouin tribes in his revolt and spread his quirky brand of Islam all over Arabia. He eventually captured Mecca and Medina from Sherif Hussein (the great-grandfather of the King of Jordan), and established his rule and puritanical Islam over Arabia. The goal of spreading Wahabbism to all of Islam has not ceased since those days. It's taking place in almost every Islamic country that has a problem with radical fundamentalists, and its Wahabbis that inspired and manned the Taliban.