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The Rundown - May 30

RFE In The Media
# "Iran Vows To Unplug The Internet" - Christopher Rhoads & Farnaz Fassihi, "The Wall Street Journal"
# The "Christian Science Monitor" cites RFE reporting on the cyber attack on Lockheed Martin
# The U.S. will expand cooperation with BelSat on programming

International Press Review

Sunday Talk Shows
# Fareed Zakaria has Thomas Friedman and Saudi Prince Al-Waleed
# The "PBS Newshour" analysis of Shields and Brooks
# "This Week" sits down with Tim Pawlenty
# "Face The Nation" interviews Representative Eric Cantor

Ratko Mladic
# Mladic's son says his father had no role in the Srebrenica massacre
# "Mladic In The Dock-At Last" - Kati Marton, "The New York Times"
# "No Safe Haven?" - Kenneth Roth, "Foreign Policy"
# Genocide prosecutor Mark Vlasic on the arrest
# "A Page Has Turned In The Balkans" - Misha Glenny, "Financial Times"

# "Communism Is Alive and Well" - Alexei Bayer, "Moscow Times"
# "Moscow's Capitalist Manifesto" - Robert Maciejko, "The Wall Street Journal"
# "The New York Times" reports on prisons for police in Russia
# Chrystia Freeland on Russia's emergence as a technology superpower

# "Pakistan's Nuclear Poker Bet" - Rodney Jones, "Foreign Policy"
# The U.S. is expanding its embassy in Islamabad
# Shahryar Khan talks militancy

# "A One-Man Insurgency" - Anna Badkhen, "Foreign Policy"
# "Karzai Talks Tough, Carries Small Stick" - Jean MacKenzie, "GlobalPost"
# Daoud Daoud was killed in a suicide bombing

"Iran's Victims" - Benjamin Weinthal & Mark Dubowitz, "LA Times"
# "The Al Qaeda-Iran Connection" - Bruce Reidel, "The Daily Beast"
# "Princes Of Persia" - Amir Taheri, "New York Post"

Of Interest
# A Nazarbayev family feud has spilled over into the U.S.
# "Lukashenko Digs Belarus' Grave" - Anders Aslund, "Moscow Times"
# "Liking Is For Cowards. Go For What Hurts." - Jonathan Franzen, "The New York Times"

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# Michael McFaul will be nominated as Ambassador to Russia
# Al Kamen's "In The Loop"