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The Rundown - June 29

June 29, 2010
June 29, 2010
RFE /RL in the Media

# RFE/RL President Jeff Gedmin and correspondent Abubakar Saddique pen "International Herald Tribune" column on reviving Pakistani democracy
# Reuel Marc Gerecht discusses influence of RFE/RL in Afghanistan in "The New Republic"
# Joshua Keating mentions upcoming RFE/RL conference with Vladimir Milov and Oleg Kozlovsky in "Foreign Policy"
# "UPI" cites RFE/RL reporting on the Kyrgyz constitutional referendum
# "El Pais," Spain's leading daily, discusses Golnaz Esfandiari's work in a story on the limits of cyberdissidence


# The New York Times and Washington Post on arrests of alleged Russian 'deep cover' agents
# Copies of the criminal complaints lodged against accused spies in the "New York Times"
# "BusinessWeek:" International Chamber of Commerce ranks Russia and United States as "most protectionist" in the G20


# Gareth Porter in "Foreign Policy" writes, "Why Petraeus Won't Salvage This War"
# Ken Auletta runs a profile of Afghan media mogul Saad Mohseni in "The New Yorker"
# WSJ: Bret Stephens castigates Afghan war policy
# WSJ: Congress puts hold on aid to Afghanistan pending corruption investigation
# Christian Science Monitor: June 2010 deadliest month in Afghanistan yet


# Christopher Hitchens writes in Slate on the origins of ethnic animosity, "The Narcissism of the Small Difference"


# Pakistani reporter murdered in Balochistan, Reporters without Borders reports