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The Rundown - July 29
July 29, 2010
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Oprah of Afghanistan
# The "Christian Science Monitor" on
missing aid money in Afghanistan
The CIA Solution for Afghanistan
" - Jack Devine, "The Wall Street Journal"
Cameron's Words Disappoint Pakistan
" - Wajid Shamsul Hasan, "The Guradian"
Documents of Mass Destruction
" - James Traub, "Foreign Policy"
# Anne Applebaum thinks Wikileaks
affirms the importance of the MSM
" - Editorial, "The Wall Street Journal"
What Wikileaks Means for Pakistan
" - Rustam Shah Mohmand, "Express Tribune"
Pakistan's Non-Reaction to Wikileaks
" - Madiha Sattar, "Foreign Policy"
# Edwin Chemerinsky thinks there is
too much secrecy in government
The Seditious Ahmadinejad?
" - Meir Javendafar, "The Diplomat"
The Nuclear Puppetmaster
" - Gillis & Armstrong, "MacLean's"
# Dmitry Medvedev orders a
probe into corruption in Kremlin
# Steve LeVine on
BP 's sending Tony Hayward to Russia
# Russia will
sell off some state assets
A Government for Baghdad
" - Kenneth Pollack, "National Interest"
Do Iraq's Politicians Believe in Iraq?
" - Ranj Alaaldin - "The Guardian"
Facebook and Twitter are Turning My Mind to Mush
" - James Norton
# A reality show in
Malaysia focuses on Islam
U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
Senate may not vote
on the new START Treaty
# Dawn McCall has been named head of
International Information Programs
# "Danger Room" on a
website that predicts the future
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