On February 16, Stratfor cited RFE/RL reporting in a situation report on negotiations to withdraw heavy weapons from war-torn eastern Ukraine.
The Committee To Protect Journalists (CPJ) calls on authorities in Crimea to immediately drop all charges against Crimean journalist Mykola Semena, a contributor to RFE/RL's Crimea.Realities website, and allow the journalist to work.
The Diplomat posts an analysis by RFE/RL's Daud Khattak of the potential impact of a wave of terrorist attacks public confidence in Pakistan's security forces.
B92 cites an RFE/RL Balkan Service interview with outgoing Ukrainian ambassador to Bosnia Oleksandr Levchenko, who says that destabilizing the Balkan region is in the interest of Russian President Vladimir Putin - "he would always come later as a peacemaker."
On February 13, The Washington Post, PBS NewsHour, and Government Executive wrote about the formal launch of of Current Time, the 24/7 Russian-language digital television network led by RFE/RL in cooperation with Voice of America.
Le Monde linked to RFE/RL's scenesetter article on the February 12 presidential election in Turkmenistan, and Newsweek linked to an RFE/RL Turkmen Service report about the election and expected re-election of the incumbent, Gurbanguly Berdymuhamedov,
On February 11, Pakistan's The Express Tribune published an opinion article by RFE/RL's Daud Khattak, which asked "Afghanistan: which way next?"
Reuters, AP, CBS, CNN, Foreign Policy, RT, Sputnik, and numerous other news outlets reported on the formal launch of Current Time, the 24/7 Russian-language digital television network led by RFE/RL in cooperation with Voice of America.
The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) reported on the latest efforts by Azerbaijani authorities to harass RFE/RL contributor Khadija Ismayilova, by going to extreme lengths to prevent Ismayilova from addressing via Skype members of the European Parliament in Brussels.
On February 7, The Week, The Times of London, and The Independent cited RFE/RL coverage of the sudden illness in Moscow of Kremlin critic Vladimir Kara-Murza; one day earlier, The Daily Beast and The Interpreter cited RFE/RL's Kara-Murza reporting.
In its Submission to the UN Human Rights Council on Turkmenistan, Human Rights Watch calls for the immediate release of RFE/RL contributor Saparmamed Nepeskuliev and describes the harassment faced by RFE/RL contributors Soltan Achilova, Rovshen Yazmuhamedov, and Osmankuly Hallyev.
La Reppublica posts a slideshow of RFE/RL photojournalist Amos Chapple's photo essay on a Buddhist monastery that is to be removed to make room for the expansion of an iron mine in Russia's Ural Mountains.
On February 5, CNN's Situation Room used RFE/RL Ukrainian Service footage from the fighting in eastern Ukraine, in a report on the Trump Administration's Russia policy.
On February 3, The New York Review of Books cited RFE/RL reporting on the spy scandal unfolding in Russia, involving Russian intelligence officers reportedly facing treason charges for allegedly collaborating with the CIA.
On February 2, MSNBC's The Rachel Maddow Show (at 17:32), International Business Times, The Washington Times and The Independent cited RFE/RL reporting on the sudden illness of Russian opposition leader Vladimir Kara-Murza in Moscow, the second time in two years that he has unexpectedly become critically ill while visiting the Russian capital. One day later, The Daily Beast also cited RFE/RL coverage of Kara-Murza's sudden illness.
East Online interviewed RFE/RL journalist Daud Khattak about Afghanistan, 15 years after the start of the international intervention there.
RFE/RL Majlis podcast host Muhammad Tahir participates in a discussion about "Turkmenistan's Silent Election," airing on the NPR affilaite KBIA and Missouri School of Journalism-sponsored "Global Journalist" program.
On February 1, Business Insider re-posted RFE/RL's analysis of what is known about the spy scandal unfolding in Russia, involving Russian intelligence officers reportedly facing treason charges for allegedly collaborating with the CIA.The next day, Breitbart News cited RFE/RL's report on the arrest of three people in connection with the scandal.