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The Rundown - November 10

RFE/RL In The Media
# The Council on Foreign Relations links to Greg Feifer's reporting from The Caucasus
# "NPR" quotes RFE/RL reporting on the IMF
# Golnaz Esfandiari discusses Iran's nuclear program on the BBC
# Golnaz Esfandiari interviewed the U.S. State Dept's Farsi spokesman
# "Kommersant" cites RFE/RL Tajik Service reporting on jailed Russian pilots

International Press Review

# Russia does not support new sanctions on Iran
# An ayatollah thinks OWS is a sign of the 12th Imam

# "Can the W.T.O. Change Russia?" - Dominic Fean, "The New York Times"
# "When The (Russian) Punishment Doesn't Fit The Crime" - Aslan Doukaev, "RFE/RL"
# A Russian probe to Mars may crash back to Earth

# "Imran Khan: A Life in Three Acts" - Nadir Hassan, "Newsline"
# The BBC interviews Pervez Musharraf
# "USA Today" on U.S. special forces in Afghanistan

Central Asia
# Josh Foust discusses his recent travels to Kyrgyzstan
# "Kyrgyzstan: Between Two Worlds" - Pantucci & Petersen, "National Interest"
# Authorities in Kazakhstan say the country is facing an Islamic insurgency

# Russia's Internet filtering program launches in December
# "Wired" embeds with Anonymous
# Nieman Lab on Adobe's abandonment of mobile Flash

Of Interest
# When tyrants and starlets meet
# James Kirchick on Serbia's EU hopes after cancelling a gay pride event
# "Who Said Gaddafi had to Go?" - Hugh Roberts, "London Review of Books"

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# "Obama The Hawk" - Luiza Savage, "MacLeans"
# "Politico" wraps the republican presidential debate