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I need to show professor Matt Sienkiewicz (@mediastudied) how Pressimus works, so here's a quick rundown of the headlines I've been reading today:
I have not seen this movie but am told that it is an impressive, and partially focuses on the Iran Green Movement. The interview was written by Sam Razi, the creator of Pressimus, the software used to make this update which directly sprang from the work Sam and I (and Josh Shahryar) did in covering the post presidential election protests in 2009:

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I remain very interested in the story of Boris Nemtsov, the Russian opposition leader recently assassinated right outside the walls of the Kremlin. Oliver Carroll is a source I often go to as he is closely following both Ukraine and Russia:
Bahrain: an oft-ignored story, Bahrain is a key US and Saudi ally, but is a terrible dictatorship where opposition leaders are arrested for sending critical tweets and neighborhoods are teargassed by the police on a near-nightly basis:
Lately I have been watching the work of David Patrikarakos closely, as he is an expert on both Ukraine and on Iran. Recently I've been reading his book, "Nuclear Iran," for insight into the Iranina nuclear program:
And, of course, The Interpreter: