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The Rundown - November 8

RFE/RL In The Media
# Camilla Hawthorne will be at TechCamp Bucharest
# CPJ cites RFE/RL reporting on a jailed Kazakh reporter

International Press Review

# Stephen Rademaker and and Blaise Misztal on Iran's nuclear program
# Jamsheed Choksy looks at the latest IAEA data

# A new look at Vladimir Putin's KGB days in East Germany
# "Gazprom Over Nature" - Vladimir Ryzhkov, "The Moscow Times"
# A Russian historian kept 29 mummified bodies in his house
# Russia endorsed full SCO membership for Pakistan

# "The Land of Confucion" - Terry Glavin, "National Post"
# "Reuters" on the chances for a peaceful Afghanistan after 2014
# Steve LeVine on the "new Silk Road"
# "The Wall St. Journal" reports on the U.S. military base in the Pech Valley

# Is WikiLeaks dying?
# The head of Google's D.C. lobbying shop is leaving

Of Interest
# "R2P, R.I.P." - David Rieff, "The New York Times"
# "The Tweaker" - Malcom Gladwell, "The New Yorker"
# Gideon Rachman on efforts to save the Euro
# "Myth of the Bin Laden Raid" - Richard Miniter, "The Daily Beast"

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# Tara Sonenshine has been nominated as Undersecretary for Public Diplomacy
# The "LA Times" reports on new drone strike rules
# Herman Cain faces more sexual harassment claims