Eleições no Líbano & Obama no Egipto


17 | Junho | 2009


 


ARQUIVO IPRI-UNL:
- Bento XVI, Israel & Palestina [Maio 2009]
- Eleições em Israel [Fevereiro 2009]
- Nostalgia Imperial [Fevereiro 2009]
- Périplo pelo Médio Oriente [Janeiro 2009]
- Cessar-fogo em Gaza [Dezembro 2008]
- Ofensiva em Gaza [Fevereiro 2008]
- Bush no Médio Oriente [Janeiro 2008]
- Cimeira de Annapolis [Novembro 2007]
- Reunião do Quarteto [Julho 2007]
- Hamas e Fatah: conflito sectário [Junho 2007]

Blog EUROPAS, IPRI-UNL


LINKS:
A New Beginning With Muslims (4 de Junho)
Barack Obama, Real Clear Politics

Number of Muslims in the United States (4 de Junho)




ANÁLISES:
Now Comes the Hard Part (17 de Junho)
David Schenker, Weekly Standard

The Middle Eastern cold war (17 de Junho)
Daniel Pipes, Jerusalem Post

Words Have Consequences (16 de Junho)
Seth Cropsey, Weekly Standard

Europe doesn't want to lose its clothes in the Mideast (16 de Junho)
Nick Witney, Daily Star

After Obama's speech, it's up to the Arabs to make Palestine possible (16 de Junho)
Ali Jarbawi, Daily Star

The Echoes of Cairo (15 de Junho)
Richard Lourie, The Moscow Times

'The Lebanese People . . . Made Their Choice' (13 de Junho)
Entrevista a Saad Hariri, Washington Post

Obama's link to the Muslim world: Turkey (12 de Junho)
Helena Cobban, CS Monitor

Lebanon's elections: reading the signs (12 de Junho)
Hazem Saghieh, Open Democracy

U.S. Official Says 'Engagement' Best Way To Promote Rights, Democracy (11 de Junho)
Karen Stewart, RFE

The Lebanese decide to go West again (11 de Junho)
Paul Salem, Daily Star

Igniting hope (11 de Junho)
Muqtedar Khan, Daily Times

Obama’s olive branch (11 de Junho)
Muhammed Çetin, Today’s Zaman

Obama must reverse pro-Israel Middle-East policy (11 de Junho)
A. Faizur Rahman, The Hindu

Hezbollah Under the Sunni Umbrella Again (11 de Junho)
Hassan Haidar, Dar Al-Hayat

Nasrallah and Hariri’s Initiative (11 de Junho)
Zuheir Kseibati, Dar Al-Hayat

Lebanon's vote, an analytical Decalogue (10 de Junho)
Rami G. Khouri, Daily Star

What Have the Lebanese Elections Said? (10 de Junho)
Hazem Saghieh, Dar Al-Hayat

Ambiguous Recognition (10 de Junho)
Abdullah Iskandar, Dar Al-Hayat

Lebanon's elections: an early inquest (9 de Junho)
Michael Young, Daily Star

Biden's Hardball Pays Off In Lebanon (9 de Junho)
Robert Satloff, Middle East Strategy

Hezbollah Handed Stinging Defeat (9 de Junho)
Sami Moubayed, Asia Times

Obama and the Muslim World (9 de Junho)
Reihan Salam, Forbes

Educating Americans about Muslim voices (9 de Junho)
Vishakha N. Desai, Karen Brooks Hopkins and Mustapha Tlili, Japan Times

Obama's Cairo speech was potent in what it did not say (9 de Junho)
Ghassan Rubeiz, Daily Star

Can Obama defeat Islamophobia? (9 de Junho)
Ali Bulac, Today’s Zaman

The Exodus Obama Forgot to Mention (9 de Junho)
André Aciman, New York Times

Lebanon feels the Obama effect (9 de Junho)
Simon Tisdall, The Guardian

Has Hezbollah lost Lebanese elections? (8 de Junho)
Maria Appakova, RIA Novosti

Obama's Offer to the Islamic World (8 de Junho)
Christoph Schult, Gabor Steingart and Bernhard Zand, Der Spiegel

'The Beginning of a Dialogue with Muslims' (8 de Junho)
Entrevista a Dalia Mogahed, Der Spiegel

The Obama Difference (8 de Junho)
Nadia Hijab, International Herald Tribune

Obama's Speeches Setting High Bar for Results (8 de Junho)
Weisman & Meckler, WSJ

In Egypt, a Theologian-in-Chief (8 de Junho)
Stephen Prothero, USA Today

Mideast History: Obama Needs to Brush Up (8 de Junho)
Michael Barone, DC Examiner

Alaikum salaam, Mr. President (8 de Junho)
Ali Murat Yel, Today’s Zaman

After Cairo: Who will respond and how? (8 de Junho)
Yavuz Baydar, Today’s Zaman

Obama’s speech and Pakistan (8 de Junho)
Ömer Taşpinar, Today’s Zaman

Les fractures du Levant (7 de Junho)
Gilles Kepel, Le Monde

Democracy’s Price of Admission (5 de Junho)
Tzipi Livni, New York Times

The Settlements Myth (5 de Junho)
Charles Krauthammer, Washington Post

Lebanon at the crossroads (5 de Junho)
Robert G Rabil, Open Democracy

Showdown in Lebanon (5 de Junho)
Amir Taheri, Wall Street Journal

Lebanon will need a coalition government (5 de Junho)
Paul Salem, Daily Star

Obama emerged in Cairo as a true friend of Israel (5 de Junho)
Gideon Levy, Haaretz

Une occasion historique au Proche-Orient (5 de Junho)
Adonis, Tahar Ben Jelloun, Mahmoud Hussein, Le Monde

Words that could heal wounds of centuries (5 de Junho)
Robert Fisk, The Independent

Can Obama Live Up to His Speech? (5 de Junho)
Shmuel Rosner, The New Republic

Obama's Astonishing Message on Palestine (5 de Junho)
Marc Lynch, Foreign Policy

A Great Sell, But Are Muslims Buying? (5 de Junho)
Max Boot, Commentary Magazine

Obama Tries to Blend Idealism & Realism (5 de Junho)
David Brooks, New York Times

Obstacles to Peace Stand Firm (5 de Junho)
Frida Ghitis, Miami Herald

The Middle East's Uncertain Future (5 de Junho)
Robert Satloff, The New Republic

Lebanon's Christians Key to Election (5 de Junho)
Marc Perelman, World Politics Review

Obama's Unfinished Speech in Cairo (4 de Junho)
Gabor Steingart, Der Spiegel

Bibi, wake up (4 de Junho)
Attila Somfalvi, Ynet News

Speaking frankly in Cairo (4 de Junho)
Reza Aslan, The Guardian

Time is ripe to end the Arab-Israeli conflict (4 de Junho)
Shimon Peres, Times

Obama Speech Seeks to Alter Muslims’ View of U.S. (4 de Junho)
Zeleny & Cooper, NYT

The Mediator Takes on the Middle East (4 de Junho)
David Paul Kuhn, RealClearPolitics

Welcome to Cairo, Mr. President (4 de Junho)
James F.X. O'Gara, Weekly Standard

Obama’s message in Egypt (4 de Junho)
İbrahim Kalin, Today’s Zaman

What Role Does Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Play In Mending U.S.-Muslim Ties? (4 de Junho)
Abubakar Siddique, RDE

Lebanon's opposition faces a hard climb (4 de Junho)
Michael Young, Daily Star

Future of Mideast is a domestic American issue (4 de Junho)
Gideon Levy, Haaretz

Hopes high for Obama’s Islam speech (4 de Junho)
Paul Reynolds, The Hindu

Islam's Reformation and Obama's Speech (4 de Junho)
Jay Tolson, RFE

Baker’s Ghost in Cairo (4 de Junho)
Roger Cohen, New York Times

Obama Tugs at the Settlement Knot (4 de Junho)
David Ignatius, Washington Post

Don't knock Obama before he's tried in the Middle East (4 de Junho)
Adrian Hamilton, The Independent

Has Obama Defeated the Israel Lobby? (4 de Junho)
Stephen Walt, Foreign Policy

When Egypt Ruled Gaza (4 de Junho)
Eliezer Whartman, Jerusalem Post

From Ayman Nour, a Question for Obama (3 de Junho)
Michael Gerson, Washington Post

Will Obama be Netanyahu's downfall? (3 de Junho)
Simon Tisdal, The Guardian

The Religious Right Didn't Kill George Tiller (3 de Junho)
James Kirchick, Wall Street Journal

Education vs. Extremism (3 de Junho)
Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Wall Street Journal

Police state is the wrong venue for Obama's speech (3 de Junho)
Robert Fisk, The Independent

Obama on Obama (3 de Junho)
Thomas L. Friedman, New York Times

Obama should recall Chicago on his tour (3 de Junho)
Rami G. Khouri, Daily Star

Will Obama Apologize to Muslim World? (3 de Junho)
Christopher Dickey, Newsweek

Reach for the stars in Cairo (3 de Junho)
L.R. Vasey, Washington Times

Barack Obama in my hometown (3 de Junho)
Daniel Dagan, Jerusalem Post

Barack Hussein Obama: US "one of the largest Muslim countries in the world" (3 de Junho)
Toby Harnden, Daily Telegraph

An Independent Palestinian State? (3 de Junho)
Khaled Abu Toameh, Hudson

Realism is essential to Obama's policy (2 de Junho)
Toby Harnden, Daily Telegraph

A real alarm (2 de Junho)
Yoel Marcus, Haaretz

The Consequences of a Hezbollah-Led Opposition Victory in Lebanon's Elections (Junho)
Michael Young, CFR

Obama’s Muslim Speech (2 de Junho)
Madeleine K. Albright, International Herald Tribune

Voter Recall (2 de Junho)
Ahmed Al-Omran, International Herald Tribune

No Meddling (2 de Junho)
Omayma Abdel-Latif, International Herald Tribune

Rigged to Lose (2 de Junho)
Ayman Nour, International Herald Tribune

Right Time, Wrong Place (2 de Junho)
Hossam El-Hamalawy, International Herald Tribune

Promises Kept (2 de Junho)
Abduljalil Alsingace, International Herald Tribune

A Poverty Plan (2 de Junho)
Abdulkareem Al-Eryani, International Herald Tribune

Stop Apologizing for America (2 de Junho)
Nile Gardiner, Daily Telegraph

Barack Obama is blind to his blunders over Islam (2 de Junho)
Amir Taheri, Times

Obama's Cairo Moment (2 de Junho)
Joseph Loconte, Weekly Standard

Checking the Enemy's Ideology (2 de Junho)
Christian Whiton, Weekly Standard

Obama's interfaith dialogue: Let's talk persecution (2 de Junho)
Doug Bandow, Daily Star

Most Arabs know this speech will make little difference (2 de Junho)
Robert Fisk, The Independent

Obama needs a 'big idea' for Muslims (2 de Junho)
Robert Satloff, LA Times

Democracy and the Arab world (2 de Junho)
Entrevista a Saad Eddin Ibrahim, Boston Globe

Egypt Needs Democracy and Term Limits (2 de Junho)
Saad Eddin Ibrahim, Wall Street Journal

The Obama doctrine? Let's see what he says to Mubarak (1 de Junho)
Michael Tomasky, The Guardian

Obama in the Muslim World (1 de Junho)
Ayman Nour, David Makovsky,et al, Washington Post

Obama steps into diplomatic minefield (30 de Maio)
Kaveh L Afrasiabi, Asia Times

The Israeli spies, Hizbollah and the Lebanese ballot (30 de Maio)
Robert Fisk, The Independent

The President’s Speech (29 de Maio)
Walid Choucair, Dar Al-Hayat

A Historic Opportunity for Obama (29 de Maio)
Raghida Dergham, Dar Al-Hayat

Did Hezbollah Kill Rafik Hariri? (Maio)
Michael Totten, Commentary Magazine

What Obama should tell Muslims (27 de Maio)
Juan C. Zarate and James K. Glassman, The Boston Globe

An Egyptian venue (27 de Maio)
Thomas W. Lippman, Washington Times

Understanding the Der Spiegel upheaval (27 de Maio)
Michael Young, Daily Star

Will Obama regret involving himself in the Middle East? (27 de Maio)
Hanne Foighel, Daily Star

Did Hezbollah Murder Hariri? (26 de Maio)
Abdul Rahman Al-Rashed, Asharq Al awsat

Lebanon's elections crucial (26 de Maio)
Claude Salhani, UPI

Failing Arab Youth in the Middle East (25 de Maio)
Rami G. Khouri, Middle East Online

Politics won't tame Hizbullah (25 de Maio)
Tony Badran, Jerusalem Post

Obama's Message In Egypt (23 de Maio)
Dina Guirguis, Washington Post

Quel avenir énergétique au Liban après la découverte de gaz en Israël? (23 de Maio)
Leila Abboud, Mediarabe

How far will US support for Lebanon go? (22 de Maio)
Jim Muir, BBC News

Biden in Lebanon amid Israel assassination attempt claims (22 de Maio)
Oliver Scanlan, Open Democracy

The Year of the Elephant (20 de Maio)
David Samuels, The New Republic

Towards Muslim-Christian understanding (19 de Maio)
Saleem H. Ali & Hiba Zeino, Daily Star

What will Obama say in Egypt? (19 de Maio)
Ali Bulac, Today’s Zaman

Pope discovers his voice in a pilgrimage of learning (18 de Maio)
Kevin Rafferty, Japan Times

Faith-Based Politics (16 de Maio)
Entrevista a Tony Blair, Newsweek

The UN's Inhuman Rights Council (Maio)
I. Warraq & M. Weiss, City Journal

Obama in Cairo is a blow to democracy (11 de Maio)
Wajahat Ali, The Guardian, The Guardian

The Hizbullah paradox (3 de Maio)
Gary C. Gambill, Jerusalem Post



EDITORIAIS:
A vote for peace in Lebanon (15 de Junho)
Japan Times

Lebanon’s Election (11 de Junho)
New York Times

Reaching out to Islam (11 de Junho)
Haaretz

Nasrallah is walking a think line when it comes to Lebanese elections (10 de Junho)
Daily Star

Cedar Evolution (9 de Junho)
Wall Street Journal

Lebanon's June 7 polls mean that the time for excuses has passed (9 de Junho)
Daily Star

No joy for Lebanon (9 de Junho)
Jerusalem Post

Lebanon's voters answer Iran's guns (9 de Junho)
CS Monitor

Alivio en Líbano (9 de Junho)
El Pais

A Ballot in Beirut (9 de Junho)
Times

Obama's Unsuccessful Cairo Pander (8 de Junho)
Washington Times

A dynamite Baroud rose to Lebanon's election-day challenge (8 de Junho)
Daily Star

Obama in Cairo (5 de Maio)
LA Times

America and Islam (5 de Maio)
Times

Mr Obama makes his case for a historic rapprochement (5 de Maio)
The Independent

Obama's speech in Cairo: a bold vision (5 de Maio)
The Guardian

A masterly speech from Barack Obama, but was anyone listening? (5 de Maio)
Daily Telegraph

Obama's new era in international diplomacy (5 de Maio)
Daily Star

Obama in Cairo: something old, something new (5 de Maio)
CS Monitor

Un discurso valiente (5 de Maio)
El Pais

The Cairo Appeal (5 de Maio)
Washington Post

Barack Hussein Bush (5 de Maio)
Wall Street Journal

Great Expectations (5 de Maio)
Jerusalem Post

The Cairo Speech (4 de Maio)
New York Times

Corruption remains one of the most important challenges in Lebanon (4 de Junho)
Daily Star

Obama versus Muslim conspiracy theories (4 de Junho)
CS Monitor

Obama's Opportunity in Cairo (4 de Junho)
Boston Globe

In Cairo, Obama must thank moderate Muslims (3 de Junho)
CS Monitor

President Obama's ambitious realism (3 de Junho)
The Independent

Obama's speech in Cairo: getting the right audience (2 de Junho)
The Guardian

Obama's speech in Cairo: getting the right audience ( 1 de Junho)
The Guardian

The Saudis have a chance to demonstrate leadership during Obama's visit (30 de Maio)
Daily Star

Listening and talking to Syria (26 de Maio)
Haaretz

A patient enemy (25 de Maio)
Jerusalem Post

On June 8, the battle for reform and stability begins in Lebanon (23 de Maio)
Daily Star

What will Syria-Israel talks mean for the future of Lebanon? (21 de Maio)
Daily Star

Erdogan is under fire for policies, while Lebanese leaders simply fan fires (18 de Maio)
Daily Star

Obama, the realist (18 de Maio)
Jerusalem Post




ARTIGOS:
Murr plans to contest Metn election results (17 de Junho)
Nicholas Kimbrell, Daily Star

Berri credits Syrian, Saudi stances with paving way toward new stage (16 de Junho)
Therese Sfeir, Daily Star

Siniora rules out veto power for opposition in next cabinet (15 de Junho)
Daily Star

Senior EU Official Holds Talks With Hezbollah (14 de Junho)
Wall Street Journal

Obama and Assad praise success of Lebanese polls (11 de Junho)
Therese Sfeir, Daily Star

Libya's Qaddafi criticizes terrorism, slams U.S. policies (11 de Junho)
RIA Novosti

Sleiman urges all parties to join reform drive after March 14 victory (9 de Junho)
Therese Sfeir, Daily Star

Netanyahu convinced Obama seeks clash with Israel to appease Arabs (9 de Junho)
Aluf Benn, Haaretz

Pro-Western alliance wins in Lebanon (9 de Junho)
Atul Aneja, The Hindu

Lebanese Victor's Toughest Dilemma (9 de Junho)
Howard Schneider, Washington Post

In Lebanese Vote, Hopeful Signs for U.S. (9 de Junho)
Michael Slackman, New York Times

Heavy turnout in Lebanon’s poll (8 de Junho)
Atul Aneja, The Hindu

March 14 coalition retains majority after parliamentary elections (8 de Junho)
Mirella Hodeib, Daily Star

Pro-Western bloc defeats Hezbollah in crucial poll (8 de Junho)
Nicholas Blanford, Times

Liban : la majorité sortante remporte les législatives (8 de Junho)
Le Monde

Obama's Cairo speech signals end of the 9/11 era (5 de Maio)
Akiva Eldar, Haaretz

Supreme Leader of Iran: Muslim Nations 'Hate America' (5 de Maio)
Thomas Erdbrink and William Branigin, Washington Post

Hezbollah official: Muslims don't need sermons from Obama (5 de Maio)
Haaretz

Thousands of Lebanese expats arrive to cast their votes (5 de Maio)
Therese Sfeir, Daily Star

Obama boosts US image, approval doubles in Turkey (5 de Maio)
Today’s Zaman

Barack Obama to take pragmatic approach to Middle East peace (4 de Maio)
Daily Telegraph

Lebanon misuses French surveillance gear to crack alleged Israel spy rings (4 de Maio)
DEBKA

Some in Congress uneasy with Obama's Mideast policy (4 de Maio)
Paul Richter and Richard Boudreaux, LA Times

Congressmen balk at Barack Obama 
administration’s pressure on Israel (4 de Maio)
Newton Daily News

Iran Leader Issues Veiled Criticism of Moderates (4 de Maio)
Al Asharq

World Bank: Aid won't spark PA economic growth
(4 de Maio)
Jerusalem Post

Obama Calls for Alliances With Muslims (4 de Junho)
Jeff Zeleny and Helene Cooper, New York Times

Maronite Bishops urge Lebanese to accept poll results (4 de Junho)
Therese Sfeir, Daily Star

'Obama met Muslim Brotherhood members in U.S.' (4 de Junho)
Avi Issacharoff and Zvi Bar'el, Haaretz

Obama's Cairo speech is already the talk of the coffeehouses (4 de Junho)
Barak Ravid and Avi Issacharoff, Haaretz

Obama: I'll personally pursue two-state solution (4 de Junho)
Haaretz

Muslims see Obama shifting attitude, policy (4 de Junho)
Marjorie Olster, Washington Post

Obama Sets Off For Mideast Tour That Features Key Cairo Address (3 de Junho)
Heather Maher, RFE

Arab States Cool to Obama Pleas for Peace Gesture (3 de Junho)
Michael Slackman, New York Times

Davutoğlu expects Obama message to Muslims to change ‘atmosphere' (3 de Junho)
Today’s Zaman

Barack Obama on landmark mission to rebuild ties with Muslim world (3 de Junho)
James Hider, Times

Comprehensive reforms require 'will' for change – Sleiman (3 de Junho)
Therese Sfeir, Daily Star

Hezbollah No. 2: We don't want Iran-style theocracy in Lebanon (3 de Junho)
Haaretz

Obama Faces a Chasm in Mideast (3 de Junho)
Anthony Shadid, Washington Post

Americans Still Say Muslims Have Negative View of U.S. (3 de Junho)
Frank Newport, Gallup

Key U.S. Jews wary of Netanyahu's unbending policy on settlements (3 de Junho)
Nathan Guttman, Haaretz

Egyptian activists use Twitter to bust censorship (2 de Junho)
DW

Des élections libanaises sous haute tension (2 de Junho)
Adrien Jaulmes, Le Figaro

Rival politicians shelve defense strategy talks as polls draw near (2 de Junho)
Therese Sfeir, Daily Star

Egypt signs deal to supply Lebanon with natural gas (2 de Junho)
Daily Star

Berri: Lebanese will show support for Resistance ( 1 de Junho)
Daily Star

Barack Obama extends hand of friendship to Muslim world ( 1 de Junho)
Tim Reid, Times

Dems pressure Obama on Israel (1 de Junho)
Ben Smith, Politico

In Egypt, dissident Ayman Nour is pessimistic on eve of Obama visit (31 de Maio)
Jeffrey Fleishman and Noha El-Hennawy, LA Times

Un antisémite à l'Unesco? (30 de Maio)
Jim Jarrassé, L’Éxpress

Azerbaijan seen as new front in Mideast conflict (30 de Maio)
Sebastian Rotella, LA Times

An Ill-Kept Secret: The Site of Obama’s Egypt Speech (28 de Maio)
Michael Slackman, New York Times

Hariri: We are not against Iran or Syria (28 de Maio)
Therese Sfeir, Daily Star

Hezbollah Says It Is Talking to European Union and I.M.F. (28 de Maio)
Robert F. Worth, New York Times

IMF denies reports it negotiated loans with Hezbollah (28 de Maio)
Haaretz

March 14 vows to confront plot 'to topple state and Taif Accord' (27 de Maio)
Therese Sfeir, Daily Star

Hariri 'rejects any Hezbollah deal' (27 de Maio)
Al Jazeera

Rival Lebanese camps hold massive election rallies (25 de Maio)
Mohammed Zaatari and Maher Zeineddine, Daily Star

Hezbollah denies involvement in Hariri assassination (25 de Maio)
DW

New Evidence Points to Hezbollah in Hariri Murder (25 de Maio)
Erich Follath, Der Spiegel

Hezbollah could strike Israel to divert Hariri probe (25 de Maio)
Amos Harel and Avi Issacharoff, Haaretz

Biden to voice US determination 'to assist Lebanon' (22 de Maio)
Therese Sfeir, Daily Star