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The Rundown - August 3
August 03, 2010
News & views on RFE/RL's
RFE/RL in the Media
# A former RFE/RL colleague is
interviewed by "Chicago Public Radio"
International Press Review
# Barack Obama announced that the
U.S. military drawdown in Iraq
is on schedule
# The "Christian Science Monitor"
editorializes on the withdrawl
The Iraq Committment
" - Editorial, "The Wall Street Journal"
# A woman
claiming to have been a mistress of Saddam Hussein
has just published a book
# At least 3
7 people have been gunned down
A Pathetic Response To A Disaster
" - Rustam Mohmand, "Express Tribune"
# "Foreign Policy" looks at
# David Cameron is
trying to patch things up
with Pakistan's leadership
Ambassador to Pakistan was summoned
# A TV host is
targetting women's shelters
The Way Out of Afghanistan
" - Les Gelb, "The Daily Beast"
Is Afghanistan Worth It?
" - Bret Stephens, "The Wall Street Journal"
Fiddling While Russia Burns
" - Alexei Pankin, "Moscow Times"
# The U.S. and Russia will hold a
joint anti-terrorism exercise
What the Kosovo Ruling Means for Canada: Trouble
" - Milan Markovic, "Globe & Mail"
Ahmadinejad wants a TV debate
with Barack Obama
The Muslim Veil: Europe vs. The U.S.
" - Stephen Prothero, "USA Today"
# Howard Kurtz on the
"toxic atmosphere" in the U.S. media
# The "Financial Times"
editorializes on the Blackberry ban
in the UAE
U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# Senators Kerry and Lugar have
a new bill for investment in Pakistan
Wikileaks Must Be Stopped
" - Marc Thiessen, "The Washington Post"
Welcome to the Recovery
" - Timothy Geithner
From the Blogs
# "Changing Up Pakistan" dig sinto the
Pew opinion poll in Pakistan
# Matt Armstrong on
the Smith-Mundt Act
# "Gawker" looks at the new
Tumblr blogging service
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