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The Rundown - November 7

RFE/RL In The Media
# "IWPR" mentions RFE/RL reporting on Uzbekistan
# Read RFE/RL in "The Atlantic" on the next four years under President Obama; reactions from everywhere to the U.S. election; and, generals and judges in Pakistan
# The Index on Censorship mentions RFE/RL in a piece about Internet freedom in Azerbaijan

International Press Review

# Iran's Intelligence Ministry seems willing to negotiate over the country's nuclear program
# "Iran's Untouchable Energy Weapon" - John Daly, "Oil Price"

# The Kremlin may stem officials' use of Twitter
# "New Kids on the Bloc" - Jim Lewis, "The New York Times"
# "The Reset Has Run Out of Gas" - Georgy Bovt, "Moscow Times"

# Ties between the U.S. and Afghanistan are strained over insider attacks
# A blast in Karachi targeted the Rangers force
# Four Afghan police officers have been found guilty of rape

Of Interest
# An isider's account of the EU in Kosovo
# Kyrgyzstan is using Russian spy ware to eavesdrop on its people
# Human Rights Watch on media freedom in Azerbaijan
# Look to your left, look to your right, one of those people is a psychopath

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# Josh Rogin on shake-ups in congressional foreign policy committees
# "Time for a Reset on Human Rights" - Suzanne Nossel, "Foreign Policy"
# Still counting votes in Florida
# Bradley Manning has offered a plea deal