Revolução dos Cedros (Fevereiro 2005)


30 | Março | 2005


 


DOCUMENTOS
Syria and Lebanon
Council on Foreign Relations

LINKS ÚTEIS
Presidência da República do Líbano

The EU's relations with Lebanon

ARTIGOS
Syria: Troop Pullout To Precede Elections (30 de Março)
Colum Lynch e Scott Wilson, Washington Post

Le premier ministre libanais reporte sa décision de démissioner (30 de Março)
Le Monde

Golan elephant and the Lebanese crisis (30 de Março)
Ashraf Fahim, Asia Times

U.S. Embrace Can Be Fatal to Arabs (28 de Março)
Adam Shatz, Los Angeles Times

Bombings recall Beirut's years of terror (28 de Março)
Brian Whitaker, The Guardian

Les autorités libanaises acceptent de coopérer avec l'ONU (28 de Março)
Le Monde

Une explosion fait trois morts au nord de Beyrouth (23 de Março)
Le Monde

With Lebanon, Washington Shows 'Soft' Side of Power (23 de Março)
Tyler Marshall e Sonni Efron, Washington Post

Annan asegura que Siria se ha comprometido a una retirada completa del Líbano (23 de Março)
El Mundo

Au Liban, la "mission impossible "d'Omar Karamé (22 de Março)
Mouna Naïm, Le Monde

Lebanon is the hotbed of a new, liberal Arab awakening (22 de Março)
Massoud A. Derhally, Daily Star

Syria feels heat as evidence in Lebanon PM's murder points to bomb under road (22 de Março)
Brian Whitaker, The Guardian

The Survivor (21 de Março)
Michael Young, New York Times

Syrian forces said to have completed 1st pullout phase (17 de Março)
Haaretz

Washington and Hizbullah trade blows on disarmament (17 de Março)
Adnan El-Ghoul e Mayssam Zaaroura, Daily Star

In death, Hariri may oust Emile Lahoud's regime (17 de Março)
Michael Young, Daily Star

Liban: Karamé annule une manifestation des prosyriens pour renforcer le "dialogue" (17 de Março)
Le Monde

Syria's spies leave Beirut (17 de Março)
Brian Whitaker, The Guardian

Sea of anti-Syrian demonstrators floods streets of Downtown Beirut (15 de Março)
Adnan El-Ghoul, Daily Star

The revolution will be televised (15 de Março)
Marc Lynch, The Standard

L'Europe pour un Liban libre (15 de Março)
Daniel Cohn-Bendit, Libération

Huge Demonstration in Lebanon Demands End to Syrian Control (15 de Março)
Neil MacFarquhar, New York Times

Rallies Highlight Rifts in Lebanon (15 de Março)
Scott Wilson, Washington Post

François Hollande et les socialistes européens «solidaires» (15 de Março)
Libération

Syria must get its act together before it is too late (14 de Março)
Anton La Guardia, The Daily Telegraph

Assad's staying power (14 de Março)
Zvi Bar'el, Haaretz

No full Syrian withdrawal until April, Lebanon announces (14 de Março)
Brian Whitaker, The Guardian

Democracy From the Inside Out (14 de Março)
Jackson Diehl, Washington Post

Hezbollah at a crossroads (14 de Março)
Editorial, International Herald Tribune

Rice, Hadley Press Syria for Prompt Withdrawal of Troops (14 de Março)
Washington Post

Liban: Omar Karamé, pour un gouvernement d'union nationale (10 de Março)
Le Monde

U.N. envoy to seek Syria pullout plan (10 de Março)
Betsy Pisike Sharon Behn, The Washington Times

A thrilling epic of freedom (10 de Março)
Meron Benvenisti, Haaretz

Nurturing The Beirut Spring (10 de Março)
Jim Hoagland, Washington Post

The Beirut Tea Party (10 de Março)
Thomas l. Friedman, New York Times

U.S. Called Ready to See Hezbollah in Lebanon Role (10 de Março)
Steven R. Weisman, New York Times

Must Lebanon pay for Hizbullah's pride? (10 de Março)
Michael Young, Daily Star

Does Hizbullah get to stay "special"? (10 de Março)
Ghassan Rubeiz, The Christian Science Monitor

Lebanese Find a New Identity in Peaceful Protests (9 de Março)
Neil MacFarquhar, New York Times

Syria Supporters Rally in Lebanon (9 de Março)
Scott Wilson, Washington Post

Can Hezbollah Go Straight? (9 de Março)
Michael Young, New York Times

La Syrie cherche à gagner du temps (9 de Março)
Pierre Prier, Le Figaro

Liban : la clarification (9 de Março)
Alexandre Adler, Le Figaro

U.S. to Israel: Leave outposts or relations will be harmed (9 de Março)
Akiva Eldar, Haaretz

Democracy in Lebanon (9 de Março)
Walid Phares, Washington Times

Lebanon set to re-appoint Karami as premier (9 de Março)
Financial Times

Syrian Troop Deal Exposes Festering Lebanese Resentments (8 de Março)
Scott Wilson, Washington Post

Shalom: Syria bolstering intelligence forces in Lebanon (8 de Março)
Shlomo Shamir, Haaretz

Syria stops short of pledge to take all troops home (8 de Março)
Tim Butcher, The Daily Telegraph

The eye doctor never saw it coming (8 de Março)
Mark Steyn, The Daily Telegraph

Playing for time (8 de Março)
Leader, The Guardian

Kingdom Calls for Full Syrian Pullout From Lebanon (8 de Março)
P.K. Abdul Ghafour, Arab News

Syrian Troops Will Shift to Bekaa (8 de Março)
Dahi Hassan, Arab News

Will Syria's pullout herald in a new era of relations between neighbors? (8 de Março)
Editorial, The Daily Star

Hizbullah is not a problem - it is part of Lebanon's solution (8 de Março)
Editorial, The Daily Star

Opposition, U.S. demand deadline on Syrian pullout (8 de Março)
Nada Raad, Hanan Nasser e Nafez Qawas, The Daily Star

Syria's Role in Lebanon (8 de Março)
Martin S. Indyk, Brookings Institution

Iran pulls Syria's strings over Lebanon (8 de Março)
Safa Haeri, Asia Times

Assad offers defiance and compliance (7 de Março)
Rami G. Khouri, Daily Star

What Bush Got Right (7 de Março)
Fareed Zakaria, Newsweek

Appointment in Damascus (7 de Março)
Joe Klein, Time

Syria's Road To Freedom (7 de Março)
Amir Taheri, New York Post

Syrian and Lebanese presidents meet on Syrian pullout (7 de Março)
Haaretz

Hezbollah To Protest U.S. Stance On Lebanon (7 de Março)
Scott Wilson, Washington Post

Hezbollah Backs Syria, Challenging Lebanese Opposition (7 de Março)
Hassan M. Fattah, New York Times

Lebanon: future shock for Arab leaders? (7 de Março)
Dennis Ross, Christian Science Monitor

Syrian forces to begin Lebanon pullout (7 de Março)
Brian Whitaker, The Guardian

Saudis Join Call for Syrian Force to Quit Lebanon (4 de Março)
Hassan M. Fattah, New York Times

US orders Syrians to get out of Lebanon (4 de Março)
Roula Khalaf, Financial Times

Lebanese opposition contacts Israel about Syrian withdrawal (4 de Março)
Yoav Stern e Shlomo Shamir, Haaretz

Hizbollah becomes a political player (4 de Março)
Tim Butcher, The Daily Telegraph

"Il faut un gouvernement neutre avec une assistance sûre dans le domaine de la sécurité" (4 de Março)
Crdinal Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir, Le Monde

Lebanon's Nonviolent Intifada: Arab People Power Arrives (4 de Março)
Abderahim Sabir, Dar Al-Hayat

What's next for Lebanon's opposition? (3 de Março)
Michael Young, The Daily Telegraph

Let the Lebanese Sort Out Their Own Problems (3 de Março)
Mohammed T. Al-Rasheed, Arab News

Q&A: Leaving Lebanon? (3 de Março)
Time

Liban: l'hypothèque du Hezbollah (3 de Março)
Nadim Hasbani, Le Monde

'Cedar Revolution' Growing in Lebanon (3 de Março)
Zaman Daily News

Russia cautiously supports Syrian pullout from Lebanon (3 de Março)
Yuval Stern e Nathan Gutman, Haaretz

Syria Under Pressure: Worse Trouble May Lie Ahead (3 de Março)
Hassan M. Fattah, New York Times

Don't Rush on the Road to Damascus (2 de Março)
Flynt Leverett, New York Times

U.S. and France Join to Urge Syria to Pull Out of Lebanon (2 de Março)
Joel Brinkley e Alan Cowell, New York Times

U.S., France Tell Syria To Leave Lebanon (2 de Março)
Robin Wright, Washington Post

Lebanese Opposition Tries to Sustain Drive (2 de Março)
Scott Wilson, Washington Post

Syrian troops out of Lebanon in months, Assad promises (2 de Março)
Tim Butcher, The Daily Times

Liban : l'opposition exige la tête des services de sécurité (2 de Março)
Renaud Girard, Le Figaro

Putting the heat on Syria (2 de Março)
Rami G. Khouri, International Herald Tribune

Opposition will accept 'neutral' Cabinet (2 de Março)
Nada Raad e Nayla Assaf, The Daily Star

Revenir au "pacte de 1943" (2 de Março)
Michel Béchara el-Khoury, Le Monde

People power brings down Karami's Cabinet (1 de Março)
Michael Glackin, Nada Raad e Nayla Assaf, The Daily Star

Let Wisdom Prevail, Kingdom Urges Lebanese People (1 de Março)
P.K. Abdul Ghafour, Arab News

Can Syria Escape Unscathed from the Lebanese Crisis? (1 de Março)
Patrick Seale, Dar al-Hayat

Syria is losing control (1 de Março)
Zvi Bar'el, Haaretz

Syria courts disaster on two fronts (1 de Março)
Leader, The Daily Telegraph

An opportunity in Syria (1 de Março)
Rami G. Khouri, The Boston Globe

Lebanon's Pro-Syria Government Is Dissolved After Protests (1 de Março)
Hassan M. Fattah, New York Times

Spring Of Hope (1 de Março)
Hassan Mneimneh, New York Post

"Les auteurs de l'attentat contre Rafic Hariri veulent briser la relation libano-syrienne" (1 de Março)
Le Monde

Omar Karamé, l'homme de la Syrie (1 de Março)
Le Monde

Vent de liberte au Liban (1 de Março)
Sibylle Rizk, Le Figaro

La révolution de velours en marche à Beyrouth (1 de Março)
Renaud Girard, Le Figaro

"La mort de Rafic Hariri est un acte fondateur pour le pays" (28 de Fevereiro)
Le Monde

Syria: W's Next Win? (28 de Fevereiro)
Peter Brookes, New York Post

Now Syria is at the top of the bad guys' league table (25 de Fevereiro)
Jonathan Steele, Guardian

Syria Vows to Quit Lebanon but Declines to Say When (25 de Fevereiro)
Joel Brinkley, New York Times

Standing Up for People Power (24 de Fevereiro)
Fareed Zakaria, Newsweek

People Power Hits Lebanon (22 de Fevereiro)
Amir Taheri, New York Post

La Syrie joue la stratégie du «croissant chiite» (21 de Fevereiro)
Antoine Basbous, Le Figaro

The Beirut Blast Shakes the Middle East (21 de Fevereiro)
Rami G. Khouri, Yale Global

Lebanon Loses its Buffer (21 de Fevereiro)
Michael A. Weinstein, The Power and Interest News Report (PINR)

Lebanese Argue Assassination Theories That Point Toward Syria or Away From It (18 de Fevereiro)
Hassan M. Fattah, New York Times

Bush Calls Syria 'Out of Step' on Democracy in the Mideast (18 de Fevereiro)
Steven R. Weisman, New York Times

'Hama Rules' (17 de Fevereiro)
Thomas L. Friedman, New York Times

Rice Says Syria Is at Least Indirectly Responsible for the Blast (17 de Fevereiro)
Joel Brinkley, New York Times

U.S. Tensions With Syria Escalate (17 de Fevereiro)
Robin Wright e Peter Baker, Washington Post

Killing of Hariri forges a rare unity (17 de Fevereiro)
Katrin Bennhold, International Herald Tribune

Death of a pragmatist and a strategic axis (17 de Fevereiro)
Nasim Zehra, The Daily Times

The wider political ripples of Hariri assassination (16 de Fevereiro)
Rami G. Khouri, Jordan Times

Why Syria Feels the Heat from a Beirut Bombing (16 de Fevereiro)
Tony Karon, Time

The ramifications of Hariri's assassination (16 de Fevereiro)
Rami G. Khouri, The Daily Star

U.S. Recalls Syria Envoy, Linking Nation to Blast (16 de Fevereiro)
Steven R. Weisman e Hassan M. Fattah, New York Times

Lebanese Warn Of Parallels to 1970s Volatility (16 de Fevereiro)
Scott Wilson, Washington Post

U.S. puts pressure on Syria (16 de Fevereiro)
Zvi Bar'el, Haaretz

Pourquoi a-t-on tué Rafic Hariri ? (16 de Fevereiro)
Alexandre Adler, Le Figaro

U.S. Seems Sure of the Hand of Syria, Hinting at Penalties (15 de Fevereiro)
Steven R. Weisman, New York Times

Analysis: The usual suspects (15 de Fevereiro)
Zvi Bar'el, Haaretz

Beirut murder mystery (15 de Fevereiro)
Leader, The Daily Telegraph

Revers pour les efforts internationaux contre l'occupation syrienne (15 de Fevereiro)
Jean-Louis Turlin, Le Figaro

Finger-pointing begins as nations ask, 'Who?' (15 de Fevereiro)
Brian Knowlton, International Herald Tribune