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The Rundown - October 3

RFE/RL In The Media
# Read RFE/RL in "The Atlantic" what what an attack on Iran could mean
# "RT" cites RFE/RL reporting on a collection of old films returning to Russia

International Press Review

# Daisy Sindelar: Ivanishvili's victory is a victory for Sakaashvili's legacy
# "Upset" - Thomas de Waal, "Foreign Policy"
# "Georgia’s Rose Revolution Will Not Wilt" - Ian Bremmer, "Financial Times"
# "A Russian Victory in Georgia's Parliamentary Election" - James Kirchick, "The Wall St. Journal"

# "Russia’s Local Elections: Politics in Spite of Putin" - Vladimir Kara-Murza, "World Affairs Journal"

# "The New York Times" profiles Qassim Suleimani
# The rial is tumbling because of a "psychological war"
# "How Would Iran Fight Back?" - Alireza Nader, "Tehran Bureau"

# "Jihadis in the Ranks" - Imtiaz Gul, "Newsline"
# What is behind insider attacks in Afghanistan?
# "How Karzai Could Make Himself a Hero" - Jim Marshall, "The New York Times"

Of Interest
# "The Limits of Communication" - Jodi Dean, "Guernica"
# YouTube will launch a Turkish-domain site
# "What Have the Economists Ever Done for Us?" - Andrew Haldane, "Vox"

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# "The Mitt Romney who Might Have Been" - Robert Draper, "The New York Times"
# An interactive graphic on debate gestures