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The Rundown - October 21
October 21, 2010
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# "Radio World" reports on the
new Broadcasting Board of Governors
# Paul Reynolds (BBC)
in a piece on the history of the BBC
# James Kirchick was
interviewed by "The CBC"
from a gay pride rally in Belgrade
International Press Review
# "The Daily Beast" reports that senior Taliban commanders are
not taking part in peace talks
# A senior Pakistani official says his country is
not involved in talks with the Taliban
# "The New York Times" reports on a
military offensive in Kandahar province
# Matt Aikins on the
kidnapping business in Afghanistan
# The Haqqani network is reportedly trying to
broker a peace deal in Pakistan
Is Pakistan Ripe For A Coup?
" - Aparna Pande, "Real Clear World"
Pakistan: The State That Refuses To Fail
" - David Pilling, "Financial Times"
The Mighty Taliban
" - Rafia Zakaria, "Dawn"
Will Democracy Survive?
" - Anwer Mooraj, "Express Tribune"
Will Islam Divide Or Unite Iraq?
" - Andrew White, "Christian Science Monitor"
# U.S. officials are warning Iraqis named in the
forthcoming Wikileaks document dump
Direct Elections Give Excellent Feedback
" - Konstantin Sonin, "Moscow Times"
# Josh Rogin interviews
former Russian PM Mikhail Kasyanov
# Stuart Levey is in Turkey
talking Iran sanctions
# A senior Turkish official says companies are
free to trade with Iran
if they so choose
# Iran is
trying to circumvent sanctions
by setting up banks abroad
Kyrgyzstan's Unjust Courtrooms
" - Anna Neistat, "Global Post"
Ukraine: A Nation On Guard
" - Buckley & Olearchyk, "Financial Times"
# "Foreign Policy" interviews
Roma leader Viktoria Mohacsi
# The "Christian Science Monitor" reports on
RSF's Press Freedom Index
U.S. Politics/Foreign Policy
interviews G. John Ikenberry
# Juan Williams was
fired from NPR
for comments about Muslims
# Senior Pakistani officials are in Washington for a
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