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The Rundown - June 6

RFE In The Media
# The "AP", "Yahoo! News", "Radio World", "RNW" report on Steven Korn becoming RFE President
# "The Butchery Of Hitler And Stalin" - James Kirchick, Hoover Institution
# Daud Khattak on journalism in Pakistan for the Index on Censorship
# "Russia Today" says U.S. int'l broadcasting is "falling on deaf ears"
# "Russia: New Media, Old Tactics" - Helle Dale, "Heritage Foundation"
# "Commentary" links to Sohrab Ahmari's piece on "The Nation" and dissidents
# Steve LeVine (FP) links to Rob Coalson's piece on next year's elections in Russia

International Press Review

Sunday Talk Shows
# Fareed Zakaria interviews Muslim Brotherhood leader Essam el-Erian
# The "PBS Newshour" analysis of Shields and Brooks
# "This Week" has Austan Goolsbee and Herman Cain

# Ilyas Kashmiri was reportedly killed in a drone strike, but there remain doubts
# "Two Deaths In Pakistan" - Omar Waraich, "Time"
# "Pakistan Moves East" - Franz-Stefan Gady, "National Interest"

# Robert Gates was in Afghanistan over the weekend
# Hamid Karzai is trying to get former Taliban leaders off a UN blacklist
# "The Lost Villages" - Anna Badkhen, "Foreign Policy"

# "Resets and Reruns" - Richard Lourie, "Moscow Times"
# Vladimir Frolov thinks Medvedev and Putin would gain from releasing Khodorkovsky

# "The Shame Of Serbia" - Natasha Kandic, "The New York Times"
# "Mladic’s Arrest & Corrosive Bosnian Myths" - Ted Galen Carpenter, "National Interest"

Of Interest
# "After The Dictators Fall..." - Jackson Diehl, "The Washington Post"
# "Choosing the IMF’s Next Leader" - Joseph E. Stiglitz, "Project Syndicate"

# Eric Falten on the rise of hacking
# Vittorio Colao on proposals to regulate the internet

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# Mark Mazzetti on U.S.-Pakistan ties
# Robert Haddick on how the U.S. should respond to hacking
# "Think Again: Bob Gates" - Benjamin Friedman & Justin Logan, "Foreign Policy"