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The Rundown - June 30
June 30, 2010
RFE/RL in the Media
# RFE/RL president Jeff Gedmin and senior correspondent Abubakar Saddique in an "International Herald Tribune" op-ed on
"Watering Pakistan's Nascent Democracy"
# "Hurriyet" picked up
a Radio Farda story
on Iran's demolition of houses owned by Baha'i minorities in a village northeast of Tehran
# "The Road to Kabul Runs Through Islamabad" - Najam Sethi discusses
the dilemmas of Pakistani cooperation in Afghanistan
in a "WSJ" op-ed
# "New York Times:"
Failed Taliban attack on NATO air base in Jalalabad
"The Paradox of Boots on the Ground"
- Anand Gopal, "The New Republic"
"A Winnable War"
- Fred and Kimberly Kagan, "The Weekly Standard"
# Bill Kristol
praises Obama's decision on McChrystal and Petraeus
in "The Weekly Standard"
- James Traub in "Foreign Policy"
"Prisoners of the Caucasus"
- Charles King and Rajan Menon on the re-emerging civil war in Russia's North Caucasus
# Kyrgyzstan's interim president
interviewed on "NPR"
US Foreign Policy
# David Rieff at "The New Republic" asks,
"Is the Internet Making Americans More Willing to Intervene in Faraway Countries?"
- CENTCOM re-evaluates assumptions about Hamas and Hezbollah, Mark Perry, "Foreign Policy"
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