Monday, November 19, 2012

Commentaries, Opinions, And Editorials -- November 19, 2012

Analysis: Gaza Ground War Wouldn't Cure Israel's Hamas Headache -- Crispian Balmer, Reuters

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - An Israeli invasion of the Gaza Strip will not provide any long-term solution to the problem posed by the Islamist group Hamas, and this will make the government think long and hard before sending in the troops.

After six days of intensive military strikes against the Palestinian enclave, which Israel says are needed to halt regular militant rocket fire, thousands of Israeli soldiers are massing on the border awaiting orders to attack.

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Commentaries, Opinions, And Editorials

In Gaza, status quo won’t do
-- Eugene Robinson, Washington Post

Hamas leaves Israel no choice -- Danny Ayalon, The Guardian

Egypt's balancing act in Gaza
-- David Kenner, Foreign Policy

Hamas' Miscalculation: Why The Group Thought It Could Get Away With Striking Israel -- Barak Mendelsohn, Council On Foreign Relations

The Israeli Assault on Gaza: How Surgical Are the Strikes? -- Karl Vick, Time

Arm Syria’s rebels — with care -- Amit Taheri, New York Post

Syria: Spillover into Iraq? -- Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamin, Jerusalem Post

The Chinese Party Congress Wrap-Up: 3 Surprises -- Damien Ma, The Atlantic

Will China's leaders reform? I have no idea -- Isaac Stone Fish, Foreign Policy

We are all to blame for the agony of Congo -- Simon Tisdall, The Guardian

After Southern Europe, France's Turn for Austerity Cure -- Ulrike Guérot, World Politics Review

If Catalonia wins independence, where will it end? -- Giles Tremlett, The Guardian

U.S. gets CIA sex scandal, we get oil intrigue -- Licia Corbella, Calgary Herald

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