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The Rundown - July 6
July 06, 2010
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RFE/RL in the Media
# Fred Hiatt
discusses democratic rollback
and RFE/RL's event on Democracy and Dissent, in the 'Washington Post'
# Anne Applebaum mentions
the role Radio Free Europe and Radio Free Afghanistan play in democracy promotion
in an op-ed for 'The Washington Post'.
# Max Fisher of 'The Atlantic' lists RFE/RL's article on the 'Anatomy of a Conflict' in Kyrgyzstan as
one of the five best Sunday Columns
# U.S. commanders have ordered
NATO troops to join with civilian development experts
to create a "competent government," reports the 'Los Angeles Times'
# AP: Elite Afghan police are
being set up in Kandahar
economic growth key
to victory, in Real Clear World
# Clinton Urges an
, reports 'The New York Times'
# Secretary Clinton visits Azerbaijan
to improve relations
in hopes of securing Afghanistan
# Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia move forward with a
common economic market
, reports 'Businessweek'
# Secretary Clinton tries to
calm Georgia's fears about US-Russian relations
, in the 'Washington Post'
# Vice President Biden says that
US withdrawal remains on schedule
, reports 'The Hill'
: US may need UN peacekeepers after 2011
# Luke Baker reports that Iranian
exiles say that sanctions are working
Iranian Foreign Ministry dismisses claims
that Iranian planes are not being refueled, reports 'Reuters'
# Kazakhstan and Russia sign energy deals -
Putin sets out
new anti-insurgency strategy
for the North Caucasus, reports 'Reuters'
# Thomas de Waal outlines the
never ending conflict in the Caucasus
# Jane Perlez details Pakistani attempts to
call a global meeting on terrorism
, in 'The New York Times'
# Paul Goble of 'The Moscow Times' says that Russian school closings
indicate 'internal decolonization'
# Medvedev reiterates that
US-Russian relations will not be harmed
by the spy incident, reports 'The Moscow Times'
# Two spy suspects
admit Russian identities
, reports 'The Wall Street Journal'
# 'Reuters' reports that
Medvedev is pushing for stronger immigration controls
# Vladimir Voinovich details Putin's
self-defeating equivocation on democracy
# Turkmenistan is
cracking down on Turkmen-Russian
dual citizenship, reports 'The Moscow Times'
# The IMF agreed to
loan $14.9 billion
to help Ukraine recover from global resession
Sunday Talk Show Round-Up
# ABC's "This Week" interviews Sen. McCain on
Afghanistan and Iraq
# CBS's "Face the Nation" conducts an
with Sen. Graham and others
# CNN's "State of the Union" talks with Ambassador Said Jawad about
# "Fox News Sunday" sits down with Sen. Lieberman to discuss
Afghanistan and the rules of engagement
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