Accessibility links

Breaking News

The Rundown - November 3

RFE In The Media
# Art Keller cites Radio Farda reporting for a piece on Iran for "Foreign Policy"
# Ali Gharib cites James Kirchick's blog post on Wikileaks in a piece for "The Huffington Post"

International Press Review

# Ahmed Rashid on talking to the Taliban
# Civilian deaths are up 11% from last year
# "The Wall Street Journal" reports on the war effort in Kandahar
# "The Book Reader Of Kabul" - H.D.S. Greenway, "Boston Globe"

# "What Next For Flood Victims" - Zubeida Mustafa, "Dawn"
# The Religious Affairs Ministry is accused of corruption

# Al Qaeda in Iraq says all Christians are targets for attacks
# "Newsweek" reports on terrorist attacks in Iraq
# Coordinated bomb attacks killed over 50 and wounded over 300

# "Khordokovsky's Power" - Editorial, "The Wall Street Journal"
# Russian police raided a bank owned by Aleksandr Lebedev
# "Is Russia's Protest Movement For Real?" - Simon Shuster, "Time"
# "The Economist" on the Khordokovsky trial

# The outgoing head of Israeli Military Intelligence says Iran can produce a nuke
# "The World With A Nuclear Iran" - Moshe Kantor, "The Wall Street Journal"

Of Interest
# "The Economist" discusses print vs. digital media
# The Kosovo government has fallen

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# "Welcome, Senate Conservatives" - Jim DeMint, "The Wall Street Journal"
# "Where Do Democrats Go Next?" - Evan Bayh, "The New York Times"
# Full election results from CNN
# Josh Rogin reports on Russ Feingold's election loss
# The "Financial Times" on U.S.-India relations