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The Rundown - June 21

RFE In The Media
# Golnaz Esfandiari was included on the list of 100 top tweeters by "Foreign Policy"
# CPJ cites RFE reporting on a Uighur teacher extradited to China from Kazakhstan

International Press Review

# "Medvedev And Russia's Challenge" - Editorial, "Financial Times"
# "Fading Legacy" - David Hoffman, "Foreign Policy"
# Serge Schmemann remembers Yelena Bonner

# Pakistan has "cautioned" the U.S. on talks with the Taliban
# "Hostility On The Homefront" - Abubakar Siddique, "RFE"
# "The Military’s Expanding Frontier" - Ayesha Siddiqa, "Newsline"

# Barack Obama will announce U.S. plans for Afghanistan tomorrow
# "Reading Hamid Karzai In Kabul" - Michael O'Hanlon, "Politico"

# "The Euro Will Scrape Through" - Wolfgang Münchau, "Financial Times"
# "The Crisis Is in Brussels, Not Athens" - Jacques Attali, "International Herald Tribune"

# "Technology: The Internet Bubble" - Richard Waters, "Financial Times"
# "The Legacy of LulzSec" - Dan Kaplan, "SC Magazine"

Of Interest
# "Wikileaks: A Brief History, Pre-2010" - Zack Whittaker, "ZDNet"
# "Spiegel" interviews the German defense minister
# "The Mideast's Next Dilemma" - Niall Ferguson, "Newsweek"
# "Bad Guys Still Matter" - Paul Collier, "Foreign Policy"
# A "BBC" journalist in Tajikistan has been charged with "inciting religious and racial hatred, participating in an organized criminal group," and "extremism"

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# Bruce Ackerman on the legality of U.S. involvement in Libya
# "A Republican Foreign Policy" - Bret Stephens, "The Wall Street Journal"