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The Rundown - November 28

RFE/RL In The Media
# "In The Penal Colony" - Masha Gessen, "International Herald Tribune"
# Read RFE/RL in "The Atlantic" on the one-pound fish guy and separatism in Catalonia
# "Global Post" cites RFE/RL reporting on a Hungarian politician's call for a "list of Jews"

International Press Review

# The "AP" publishes a graph from Iran's nuclear program
# How an Iranian national could buy a U.S. company
# Iran is concerned about nuclear safety

# A Russian man who was cooperating with Swiss prosecutors was found dead in the UK
# "Russia's Murky Energy Future" - Robert Manning, "National Interest"
# Russia wants a visa deal with Europe by 2014

# Kabul Bank doesn't have a sterling record on keeping assets in Afghanistan
# HRW says Pakistan's courts are muddling free speech rights
# Afghanistan's education system is drawing renewed scrutiny

# "Georgia's Government Takes a Wrong Turn" - Editorial, "The Washington Post"
# Mikheil Sakaashvili says Georgia's democracy is strong

# An "NPR" affiliate launches its own drone program
# "Mark Zuckerberg, the New Dictator of Facebookistan" - Casey Johnston, "Ars Technica"
# On Google's "Defend Your Net" campaign

Of Interest
# The world is safer and more complicated than ever
# CRISIS: Japan is running out of ninjas

U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
# Marc Grossman is stepping down as SRAP
# Andrew Roberts on the fidelity of generals