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The Rundown -- September 11

RFE/RL in the Media
# Tom Balmforth's article on the "Navalny generation" picked up by "World Affairs Journal"
# The Weather Channel cites Charles Recknagel's 2011 reporting on happiness among Scandinavians

# "Amateur Hour" - Julia Ioffe, "The New Republic"
# "The White House May Be About to Win on Syria" - Ezra Klein, "The Washington Post"
# What's Russia doing? The optimistic, pessimistic and in-between possibilities
# "A Syrian's Cry for Help" - Yassin Al-Haj Saleh, "The New York Times"
# Freed Italian journalist says, "The revolution betrayed me"
# From the archives - an April profile of Lavrov
# "Navalny's Victory in Defeat" - Joshua Yaffa, "Foreign Affairs"
# In private correspondence, Iran has been warning U.S. about rebel chemical weapon use
# Rohani warns that time to end nuclear impasse "not unlimited"
# Rohani warns Iran won't give up "one iota" of nuclear rights
# A debate in Iran on Syria policy
# Former spokeswoman for hostage takers named as vice president for the environment
# Eighty-nine percent of Pakistanis say suicide bombing is "never justified"
# Pakistan to free key Taliban commander, in effort to buttress talks
# Production of cannabis on the rise in Afghanistan
# EU cancels Bosnia agricultural projects
Of Interest
# Pew report: Large majority of Muslim publics concerned about Islamic extremism in their countries
# Quebec proposal would ban wearing of religious symbols