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The Rundown - November 17

RFE/RL In The Media
# Joshua Foust mentions RFE/RL reporting from Kyrgyzstan in an interview with "WBEZ"
# The Helsinki Commission reprints RFE/RL's interview with Christopher Smith (R-NJ)
# "U.S. News & World Report" quotes RFE/RL reporting on Iran
# Anna Malpas quotes RFE/RL's interview with Iosif Prigozhin in an oped for the "Moscow Times"

International Press Review

# Husain Haqqani has offered to resign over a secret memo about civilian rule in Pakistan [full text]
# A U.S. general says night raids are "very important"
# Jules Cavendish on reliance on mercenaries in Afghanistan
# A Chicago hip hop group has been detained in Pakistan

# The IAEA wants to send a mission to Iran

# "My Gloomy Dinner With Putin" - Anatol Lieven, "Moscow Times"
# The "Christian Science Monitor" on Russian business in eastern Europe
# "The Wall St. Journal" reports on the Berezovsky trial

Of Interest
# "Belarus, the Land of No Applause" - James Kirchick, "World Affairs Journal"
# "The Lessons of Fallen Giants" - Corboy, Courtney & Yalowitz, "International Herald Tribune"
# Suzanne Nossel is the new executive director of Amnesty International U.S.

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# "The New National Security Party" - Michael Cohen, "Foreign Policy"
# "The Myth of America's Decline" - Rob Asghar, "CNN"
# "Stop the Great Firewall of America" - Rebecca MacKinnon. "The NY Times"