RFE In The Media
# "Foreign Policy" quotes a blog post on Iran's Supreme Leader
by Golnaz Esfandiari
# Alan Heil wonders if we are seeing a "struggle for the soul
of U.S. international broadcasting"International Press ReviewSunday Talk Shows
# The "PBS Newshour" analysis of Shields and Brooks
# "This Week" interviews Timothy Geithner
# "Face The Nation" has Rep. Paul RyanPakistan
# "Khyber Impasse
" - James Traub, "Foreign Policy"
# Parts of "3 Cups Of Tea" may have been fabricatedAfghanistan
# "Afghanistan Must Shed The Myth Of Independence
" - Nushin Arbabzadah, "The Guardian"
# "The Washington Post" reports on progress in the southRussia
# Further developments in the Sergei Magnitsly/Hermitage Capital
# "BP: An Arctic Gamble
" - Pfeifer & Belton, "Financial Times"
# "Moscow's Drinking Problem
" - Mark Lawrence Schrad, "The New York Times"Iran
# Iran's top spy tried to resign
, but the Supreme Leader wouldn't accept it
# Iran accuses Siemens of helping to launch the Stuxnet virus
# "Iran Will Not Hinder Plans For A Nuclear-free World
" - Tom Donilon, "Financial Times"
# A cleric used an erotic poem
to warn of the perils of supporting the oppositionIraq
# Did the surge in Iraq
# "It's In America's Interest To Stay In Iraq
" - Max Boot, "The Wall Street Journal"
# "Bottoms Up For Democracy
" - Tim Arango, "The New York Times"International Broadcasting
# "Save VOA Broadcasting To China
" - Helle Dale, Heritage Foundation
# "How To Save The BBC World Service
" - Peter Preston, "The Guardian"Of Interest
# "Belarus: Where Bad News Gets Worse
" - Jean MacKenzie, "Global Post"
# John Hughes on the future of news
# The UAE puts some restrictions
on BlackBerry usage
# Hunagrian children may soon be able to voteMiddle East
# Civilian casualties are mounting
in the Libyan city of Misurata
# James Joyner on how the Libya intervention saved NATOU.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# "The New York Times" reports on the politics of drone strikes
# A look at the digital campaign
set for the 2012 elections