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The Rundown - November 30

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# The Afghan Analysts Network listens to Radio Azadi's call-in show
# Radio Azadi's radio distibution project continues in Balkh Province

International Press Review

# Hillary Clinton's remarks
# Anne Applebaum: "Wikileaks strikes a blow against honest speech"
# "Wikileaks Shows Out-Of-Control U.S. Secrecy" - David Rothkopf, "Financial Times"
# "Wikileaks Drama Is Overblown" - Peter Beinart, "The Daily Beast"
# "Wikileaks And The Art Of Diplomacy" - Fouad Ajami, "The Wall Street Journal"

# Iran says Stuxnet has infected nuclear sites in the country
# Does Supreme Leader Khamenei have terminal cancer?
# "Impeaching Ahmadinejad" - Amir Taheri, "The Wall Street Journal"
# A website reports that the Iranian scientist killed yesterday was Iran's top Stuxnet expert
# Iran and the P5+1 group will meet in Geneva next week

# "How Pakistan Is Like 1792 France" - Apoorva Shah, "The Diplomat"
# "Karachi's Mean Streets" - Sairah Irshad Khan, "Newsline"
# "Pakistan-Russia Relations: A New Beginning" - Tayyab Siddiqui, "Express Tribune"

# "This War" - James Traub, "New York Magazine"
# "The Taliban's Expat Jihadists" - Scott Atran, "The Guardian"
# Stanley McChrystal originally approved peace talks with the fake Taliban leader

# "Marching Forward Or Falling Back?" - Nikolai Petrov, "Moscow Times"
# "Holy Wikileaks, Batman!" - Julia Ioffe, "Foreign Policy"
# The U.S believes Russia is moving its nuclear weapons closer to NATO allies

# A television show is helping people find missing loved ones
# Authorities have arrested 11 people in connection with an attack on Christians

Of Interest
# "Tajikistan: The Next Jihadi Stronghold?" - Ahmed Rashid, "NY Review of Books"
# "Foreign Policy" has an exclusive video from Aung San Suu Kyi
# "The New York Times" publishes the last photos from Joao Silva's camera

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
Al Kamen's "In The Loop"
# Jack Shafer thinks Hillary Clinton needs to resign