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# "Eurasianet" reprints an RFE/RL report on civilian casualties in Afghanistan
# The chairman of the PAC-10 Conference jokes about a new Armenian broadcastInternational Press ReviewSunday Talk Show Round-up
# A summary with transcripts and key quotes
# Christiane Amanpour interviews Robert Gates
# "Face The Nation" interviews Admiral Mike Mullen
# Fareed Zakaria interviews John Kerry and Amb. Husain Haqqani
# The analysis of Brooks and MarcusAfghanistan
# "Stop Blaming the Afghans
" - Steve Coll, "The New Republic"
# "Let Women Protect Afghanistan
" - Gayle Lemmon, "Daily Beast"Pakistan
# "With Pakistan, Being Consistent is Key
" - Bruce Reidel, "LA Times"
# "Prickly Partnership
" - Editorial, "Financial Times"
# "In Pakistan, Echoes of American Betrayal
" - Mohammad Hanif, "International Herald Tribune"
# "Remove U.S. Forces From Pakistan
" - Arshad Zaman, "Express Tribune"Wikileaks
# Julian Assange sits down for tea with "The Economist"
# "Learning From Wikileaks
" - Mitchell LaFortune, "The New York Times"
# The U.S. Army is broadening its investigation
into Pfc. Bradley Manning
# Joshua Keating looks at the possibility of Julian Assange being prosecuted
# "Wikileaks and 'War Crimes'
" - L. Gordon Crovitz, "The Wall Street Journal"Iran
# Brazil offers asylum
to a woman facing death by stoning in Iran
# Steven Simon and Ray Takeyh look at the possibility of a U.S. strike on Iran
# "Four Things Worth Talking About
" - Oksana Antonenko, "Moscow Times"
# "Russian Courts Dish Out Soviet-style Justice
" - Miriam Elder, "Global Post"
# "Der Spiegel" looks at Islamic extremism in Dagestan
# "Moscow's Foreign Policies
" - Nikolas Gvosdev, "National Interest"Iraq
# "U.S. Watches As Iraqi Leadership Unravels
" - Mohamad Bazzi, "The National"
# Nouri al-Maliki's hold on power
looks to be in perilOf Interest
# The UAE suspends Blackberry service
# "Funding Journalism in the Digital Age
" - Magda Abu-Fadil, "The Huffington Post"
# "Customers Will Pay For Online Content
" - Peter Funt, "The Wall Street Journal"U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# "Ratify the (START) Treaty
" - Editorial, "International Herald Tribune"
# "Who Will Be The Next Secretary of Defense?
" - Josh Rogin, "Foreign Policy"
# Al Kamen's "In the Loop