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The Rundown - September 21
September 21, 2012
RFE/RL In The Media
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" cite RFE/RL reporting on an Iranian woman who put a beating on a cleric
# "The Huffington Post" notes RFE/RL in a report on
Poland and Belarus
International Press Review
# Iran says it was
about its nuclear program
Lessons From an Iranian War Game
" - David Ignatius, "The Washington Post"
# Ellen Barry on the end of
all that was Dmitry Medvedev
# An inquiry has started in London into the
# "Foreign Policy" interviews
Pussy Riot's (male) spokeman
# The U.S. Embassy in Islamabad is
on ads against the anti-Islam film
What Happens When the Lights Go Out in Karachi?
" - Shamila Chaudhary, "Foreign Policy"
America's Faltering Afghanistan Strategy
" - Josh Foust, "PBS"
investor Kenes Rakishev
is pouring money into tech startups
# A history of
local defense forces
Forgetting bin Laden
" - James Wertsch, "Foreign Affairs"
# How "NPR" and others are
tightening comments policy
# "The New York Times" is not in the
# Some tips for maximizing
U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
The White House's Benghazi Problem
" - Louis Klarevas, "Foreign Policy"
Why Presidents Love Foreign Affairs
" - Dan Drezner, "The New York Times"
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