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The Rundown - November 29
November 29, 2010
News & views on RFE's
RFE In The Media
# "AFP" quotes a Radio Azadi interview with
Afghanistan's top prosecutor
Russia's Not-So-Odd Couple
" - Christian Caryl, "Foreign Policy"
# P.J. O'Rourke
profiles Radio Azadi
for "World Affairs Journal"
# The "Moscow Times" quotes Radio Svoboda's
# The "Telegraph" cites RFE's interview with
Georgian Deputy PM Giorgi Baramidze
International Press Review
# The files are available on the
# Full coverage from "
The New York Times
Coverage from "The Guardian"
includes an interactive map and table
# Full coverage from "
# "The New York Times"
did not get all of the documents from Wikileaks
Sunday Talk Shows
# Fareed Zakaria interviews
Admiral Mike Mullen
# "Meet The Press" interviews
Senators Jon Kyl and Dick Durbin
# The analysis of
Shields and Brooks
# Iran has been
purchasing weapons from North Korea
The Missing Ayatollah
" - Meir Javendafar, "The Diplomat"
Talks Are The Only Route In Afghanistan
" - Ahmed Rashid, "LA Times"
Afghan Radio Wars
" - Jason Motlagh, "Time"
The Pakistani government is offering
10 million Rupees
for info on the Taliban
Shi'ite militias in Pakistan are
helping militants evade missile strikes
# "Der Spiegel" reports on
Karachi as a hub for international terrorism
# A government report says
3,000 criminals are on the loose
# "Newsline" interviews
Sindh governor Zulfiqar Murza
Russian Journalists Must Close Ranks
" - Vedomosti
# Vladimir Kozhin
won a defamation lawsuit
against "Novaya Gazeta"
NATO And South Asian Security
" - M.K. Bhadrakumar, "The Hindu"
Do Monopolies Rule The Internet?
" - L.Gordon Crovitz, "The Wall Street Journal"
# "Foreign policy" lists its
Top 100 Global Thinkers
U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# Hillary Clinton is traveling to
: 'Democracy in Russia is dead"
# U.S. diplomats were told to
spy on UN counterparts
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