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The Rundown - March 26

RFE/RL In The Media
# "The New York Times" quotes a blog post by Marina Salye for Radio Svoboda
# "The Telegraph" cites RFE/RL Kazakh Service reporting on viokence in Zhanaozen
# "The Huffington Post" cites RFE/RL reporting on threats against gay pride in Croatia; and a mix up with the "Borat" theme

International Press Review

# Matthew Green interviews Saad Mohseni
# "Pakistan's Quiet Erosion of Internet Freedom" - Haroon Rashid, "BBC"
# The U.S. reportedly paid $50,000 each to murder victims in Afghanistan
# Declan Walsh on the Rinkel Kumari case in Pakistan

# "The Moscow Times" on the shooting of German Gorbuntsov in London
# Boris Gromov will not seek re-election
# "Putin and Obama Will Be Friends — for Now" - Vladimir Frolov, "Moscow Times"
# [PODCAST]: Brian Whitmore & Kirill Kobrin on the arts and Russian protests

# Hacktivists steal more data than cybercriminals
# "The Dictator's Inbox" - David Kenner, "Foreign Policy"
# "The Long Arm of China's Internet Police" - An Phung, "Big Think"
# "Now Can We Start Talking About the Real Foxconn?" - Tim Culpan, "Bloomberg"

Of Interest
# "Paintballing With Hezbollah" - Mitchell Prothero, "Vice"
# James Cameron went to the bottom of the Mariana Trench in a submarine
# "Is Free Will an Illusion?" - a collection by "The Chronicle for Higher Education"
# "Why Jim Yong Kim Will be a Good World Bank President" - Daniel Runde, "Foreign Policy"

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# "The Washington Post" profiles the head of the CIA’s Counterterrorism Center
# Josh Rogin on Iraqi airspace for Iranian flights to Syria
# The "PBS Newshour" analysis of Shields & Brooks