Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Commentaries, Opinions, And Editorials -- November 30, 2011

Don't Take On Iran Unless You're Prepared To Face The Consequences -- Con Coughlin, The Telegraph

The violent attack on the British Embassy in Tehran is Iran's entirely predictable response to the tough line the British government has taken in recent weeks in response to the ayatollahs' controversial nuclear programme.

Britain became public enemy number one in Tehran after it decided to ban all Iran's banks from trading in London, thereby dealing a major blow to Iran's access to Europe's financial markets.

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Commentaries, Opinions, And Editorials

Iran and UK - centuries of mistrust -- Olivia Lang, BBC

Expelling Iran's diplomats: a dangerous showdown -- Mark Malloch-Brown, The Guardian

Iran's mullahs come out fighting -- Con Coughlin, The Telegraph

Tehran embassy seizure, as in 1979, highlights rift with West -- William Branigin, Washington Post

Why an Undemocratic Party Is Going to Win Egypt's First Democratic Election -- Eric Trager, Real Clear World

U.S. Policy on Egypt Needs a Big Shift -- Marc Lynch and Steven A. Cook, New York Times

The Arab Awakening and Israel -- Thomas Friedman, New York Times

Fallible: Infiltrated by up to a dozen CIA spies, Hezbollah, the official party of God, is taking hits to its prestige—and revealing its weakness -- Lee Smith, Tablet

How Can Europe Possibly Save Itself?
-- Megan McArdle, The Atlantic

Germany’s Denial, Europe’s Disaster -- New York Times editorial

Blame It on Berlin: The euro bailout caucus wants the Germans to write a blank check. -- Wall Street Journal editorial

Why Defense Cuts Could Doom Obama's Re-election Bid -- Loren Thompson, Forbes

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