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The Rundown - July 20
July 20, 2010
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# The "LA Times" cites a report on
Turkey's operations in Northern Iraq
# The "Asia Times"
reprints a report on the Afghanistan conference
by Charles Recknagel and Zarif Nazar
# The "Long War Journal" cites
Radio Free Afghanistan reporting
on an attack in Nuristan
International Press Review
Moving on in Afghanistan
" - Anders Fogh Rasmussen, "IHT"
# Kabul hosts a large international conference on
the future of Afghanistan
We're Training the Next bin Laden
" - Ellen Knickermeyer, "The Daily Beast"
# Hillary Clinton announces
$500 million in new aid
No Space to Counter Hate
" - Huma Yusuf, "Dawn"
Media and Feudalism
" - Farhan Reza, "News International"
Ahmadinejad the Weak
" - Arang Kashavarzian, "Foreign Policy"
# Emanuelle Ottolenghi and Mark Dubowitz call for
tougher sanctions on Iran
# The EU is considering
tightening sanctions on Iran
A Confused Notion of Public Broadcasting
" - Alexei Pankin, "Moscow Times"
Art in Moscow, Still Forbidden
" - Editorial, "The New York Times"
The Spy Who Wasn't Russian
" - Editorial, "The Wall Street Journal"
# Fyodor Lukyanov lists the
top ten events shaping Russian foreign policy
U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# The "Financial Times" looks at
Joe Biden's Vice Presidency
# Part 2 of "
Top Secret America
# ...and a response from the
Director of National Intelligence
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