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The Rundown - October 28
October 28, 2010
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Drowning Humanitarian Aid
" - Christopher Stokes, "Foreign Policy"
Karachi Killings Must Stop
" - Mustafa Qadri, "The Guardian"
" - Sami Shah, "Express Tribune"
# The Woodrow Wilson Center hosted a
discussion on U.S.-Pakistan relations
# The U.S. paid nearly
$18 billion to 7,000 contractors
in Afghanistan between 2007 and 2009
# "The New York Times'' reports from
# Hamid Karzai has
delayed implementing a ban
on private secruity firms in Afghanistan
Inside Larzai's Kickback Scheme
" - Ann Marlowe, "The New Republic"
# Amy Davidson
compares Hamid Karzai to Sarah Palin
# "The Washington Post" reports on
U.S. and EU-sponsored sanctions on Iran
# Malou Innocent on
Iranian money in Afghanistan
# "Spiegel" interviews
Russian Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov
Khordokovsky's Real Crime
" - Maxim Glikin, "Moscow Times"
Who Is Russia's True Opposition?
" - Miriam Elder, "Global Post"
# Dmitry Medvedev is working at
a deal on Nagorno-Karabakh
Good News For Bad Guys
" - Christopher Dickie, "Newsweek"
The Battle Over Internet Freedom
" - Kelley Currie, "The Weekly Standard"
U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# Barack Obama was
on "The Daily Show"
last night (
# "Danger Room (Wired)" looks at
CIA operations detailed in the Wikileaks release
# Al Kamen's "
In The Loop
# 61% of Americans think the President should have
an "internet kill switch"
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