On November 22, The Washington Post, Fox Business, Deutsche Welle, Bloomberg, Hollywood Reporter, The Economic Times (India), RT, and Sputnik posted articles on Russia's upper house of parliament passing new legislation that could lead to the declaration of U.S. international media like RFE/RL as "foreign agents."
RFE/RL photojournalist Amos Chapple won a 2017 "Czech Press Photo" award in the "Lifestyle" category, for one of the photos in his visual report on a Buddhist colony in Russia's Ural Mountains threatened by natural resources development.
White House Chronicles quotes RFE/RL Russia analyst Brian Whitmore in an article on Russian disinformation in Europe.
Payvand re-posted an article by RFE/RL Iran analyst Golnaz Esfanisari on the daughter of parents murdered by the Islamic regime being tried for "spreading propaganda against the [Iranian] establishment."
Yahoo News (via Storyful) posted RFE/RL Georgian Service video reporting on Georgian security forces on the outskirts of Tbilisi storming the suspected hideout of foreign nationals linked to the terrorist group IS.
On November 21, The Washington Post, Common Dreams, UNIAN (Ukraine), and Opposing Views cited RFE/RL reporting on Russian meteorological service reporting on "extremely high" concentrations of the radioactive isotope ruthenium-106 (Ru-106) in the southern Urals in late September, which the service then contradicted in a subsequent statement.
Human Rights Watch posted an alert on recent threats against women activists in Turkmenistan, including RFE/RL Turkmen Service contributor Soltan Achilova.
EurasiaNet cited RFE/RL Ekho Kavkaza reporting in an article on U.S. approval of the sale of Javelin anti-tank missiles to Georgia, and RFE/RL analyst Abubakar Siddique's reporting on development of a new transit corridor between Afghanistan and Europe.
Armenpress linked to RFE/RL Armenian Service live-streamed coverage of a joint press conference in Yerevan involving Armenian Foreign Minsiter Edward Nalbandian and his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov.
RFE/RL Uzbek Service director Alisher Siddique was a guest on CSIS's "Russian Roulette" podcast, discussing "Radicalization and Secularization and Uzbekistan":
On November 20, The Moscow Times published an op-ed, "How Russia’s Foreign Agent Law Cracks Down on U.S. Media."
On November 17, Yahoo News, Daily Beast, NewsOK, The Hill, The News International (Pakistan),Dawn (Pakistan), 7News (Australia), The Japan News, B92 (Serbia), InSerbia, Ekklesia, Famagusta Gazette (Cyprus), The Yeshiva World, TASS, Daily Mail, and IFEX posted articles on Russia's threats to legally force several RFE/RL Russian-language news projects as "foreign agents."
Eurasia Review re-posted an RFE/RL article on a senior U.S. State Department official saying that Russia’s actions over the past decade have shown that Moscow’s willingness to violate the sovereignty and territorial integrity of other nations is “real” and not “simply rhetorical.”