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The Rundown - February 9
February 09, 2012
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RFE/RL In The Media
# "Spiegel" mentions
restrictions on RFE/RL broadcasting
" and "
" cite RFE/RL's Russian Service reporting on payments for pro-Putin protesters in Russia
# "Business Insider"
cites RFE/RL reporting
on a strike at Kyrgyzstan's biggest gold mine
International Press Review
# "The Guardian" reports on the
leaked Nashi emails
Russia's Potemkin Democracy
" - Anne Applebaum, "The Washington Post"
# "The Washington Post" reprints
Vladimir Putin's "Kommersant" op-ed
Putin Without Putinism
" - Anders Aslund, "Foreign Policy"
A Dead Man’s Tale of Russian Justice
" - Robert Shrimsley, "Financial Times"
It's Time to Bypass Iran's 'Supreme Leader'
" - Mehdi Khalaji, "The Wall Street Journal"
are "cutting deep" in Iran (Gallup
Iran's Achilles' Heel
" - Efraim Halevy, "The New York Times"
# A photo gallery on
deaths of young people
The 80% Solution
" - Thomas Lynch III, "Foreign Policy"
# "AFP" reports on
fewer foreign fighters
in the Afghanistan/Pakistan border region
Bakiyev may be staying in Belarus
for the long haul (RU)
The Dregs of Dictatorship
" - Mohamed Nasheed, "The New York Times"
# Facebook will release
on how it collects user data
# BBC journalists have been told
NOT to break stories on Twitter
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