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The Rundown - May 10

RFE In The Media
# "The Huffington Post" reprints Bashir Ahmad Gwakh's piece on Greg Mortenson

International Press Review

# The U.S. and Pakistan had a deal on a bin Laden raid 10 years ago
# Debate: "Should The U.S. Cut Off Aid To Pakistan?"
# "An Ahmedi Looks for Support" - Kashif Chaudhry, "Newsline"
# A U.S. Congressman worries that Pakistan will give the stealth helo remains to China
# A Pakistani news outlet reported the wrong name of the CIA station chief

# "Inside The New Taliban Offensive" - Yousafzai & Moreau, "The Daily Beast"
# The "Globe & Mail" on the Taliban's Twitter feed
# A bi-partisan group of U.S. Congress members are urging a pull out from Afghanistan

# "Putin's Puppets" - Julia Ioffe, "Foreign Policy"
# "A Stalin Slip And Putin Trick" - Victor Davidoff, "Moscow Times"
# Steve LeVine on how BP lost $10 billion in Russia

# "NPR" reports on how the U.S. is sabotaging Iran's nuclear program

# "The Washington Post" reporters on neglected Iraqi hospitals
# Joel Wing on the future of U.S. forces in Iraq

Middle East
# "Unholy Alliance" - Steven A. Cook, "The Atlantic"
# Syria says it "has the upper hand" over protesters
# Libyan rebels are gaining ground

Of Interest
# "Crowdsourcing The Revolution" - Will McCants, "Jihadica"
# The "Financial Times" on the advancing technology of warfare
# "The Intimate Orwell" - Simon Leys, "NY Review Of Books"

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# "Exit Bin Laden" - David Remnick, "New Yorker"
# "Revisiting The Obama Doctrine" - Joshua Foust, "American Prospect"
# "Is Obama Following In Bush's Footsteps?" - Alan Greenblatt, "NPR"
# "Politico" reports on the new class of foreign policy hawks in the Senate
# "Finally, An Honest Debate on Antiterror Policy?" - William McGurn, "The Wall Street Journal"