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Cláudia Andréa Prata Ferreira é Professora Doutora - Categoria: Associado III - do Setor de Língua e Literatura Hebraicas do Departamento de Letras Orientais e Eslavas da Faculdade de Letras da UFRJ.

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segunda-feira, 5 de janeiro de 2009

Israel x Gaza x Oriente Médio (42) .... Shalem Scholars Provide Analysis, Commentary on War in Gaza (The Shalem Center)

The Shalem Center

Shalem Scholars Provide Analysis, Commentary on War in Gaza: As Israel faces the multifaceted and painful challenge of confronting the Hamas regime in Gaza, it seeks to clarify its message to itself, to foreign governments and to the rest of the world. Shalem scholars deliver daily, in-depth and up to date analysis on Israel’s situation and what’s truly at stake for the Jewish state.


Michael Oren: Distinguished Fellow and best selling historian Michael Oren is author of the New York Times best sellers Six Days of War: June 1967 and the Making of the Modern Middle East, and Power, Faith, and Fantasy: America in the Middle East, 1776 to the Present. In addition to his regular columns in major US and Israeli media, he has served as an officer in the Israel Defense Forces, and was an army spokesman in the second Lebanon War.


Israel Moves To Stifle Hamas Rocket Attacks
Interview with Michael Oren
NPR Morning Edition, January 5, 2009

Back to the Front
By Michael Oren
The New Republic, January 4, 2009

CNN, Fareed Zakaria GPS
January 4, 2009

A Crisis and an Opportunity
by Michael Oren
The New Republic, January 1, 2009

Palestinians Need Israel to Win
by Michael B. Oren and Yossi Klein Halevi
The Wall Street Journal, December 29, 2008

Analysis and Insight via Conference Call

Last Tuesday, December 30 Michael Oren offered unprecedented insight and analysis to Shalem friends and supporters via a telephone conference call. We are pleased to make a recording of the call available. Click here to listen.


If you would like information on becoming a Shalem supporter, with benefits that include participating in calls like this, please contact Shalem Director of Leadership Development Baylene Wacks at baylenew@shalem.org.il. The next briefing with Martin Kramer will take place on Tuesday January 6, 2009. Please contact Baylene for details on how to participate, or click here for membership details.


Yossi Klein Halevi: Senior Fellow Yossi Klein Halevi is the Israel correspondent of the New Republic, author of two books, and has been a columnist for the Jerusalem Post, a regular contributor to the Los Angeles Times, and a frequent guest on CNN and other national and international broadcast media. Halevi is currently writing a book about the Israeli paratroopers who reunited Jerusalem in 1967.


As My Son Goes to War, I am Fully Israeli at Last

by Yossi Klein Halevi

Washington Post, January 4, 2009

Jerusalem Post, January 5, 2009 (cover of Comment & Features section)

The Age (Australia) January 5, 2009

WA Today (Australia), January 4, 2009


In Gaza the real enemy is Iran

by Yossi Klein Halevi and Michael Oren

Los Angeles Time, January 4, 2009

[Blogged here by Andrew Sullivan on his "The Daily Dish" blog]


Why Gaza Matters

by Yossi Klein Halevi

The New Republic, December 29, 2008


Martin Kramer: Martin Kramer is a Senior Fellow at Shalem’s Adelson Institute for Strategic Studies, the Wexler-Fromer Fellow at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, and Olin Institute Senior Fellow at Harvard University. His books include Arab Awakening and Islamic Revival; The Jewish Discovery of Islam; and Ivory Towers on Sand: The Failure of Middle Eastern Studies in America.


Battling Toward the Collapse of the Hamas Regime

by Martin Kramer

The Jerusalem Post, January 5, 2009


Israel's Gaza Strategy

by Martin Kramer

JPost.com. January 4, 2009

[Blogged here by Andrew Sullivan on his "The Daily Dish" blog]


Hamas and the Bushes

by Martin Kramer

The Jerusalem Post, December 29, 2008


Daniel Gordis: Daniel Gordis is Senior Vice President of the Shalem Center, where he is also a senior fellow. The author of numerous books on Jewish thought and currents in Israel, Gordis was the founding dean of the Ziegler Rabbinical School at the University of Judaism. His writing has appeared in magazines and newspapers including the New York Times, the New Republic, the New York Times Magazine, Moment, Tikkun, and Conservative Judaism.


A Caterpillar and an Anthem

by Daniel Gordis

Danielgordis.org, January 4, 2009


Michael Widlanski: Michael Widlanski, a research fellow at the Shalem Center, is a specialist in Arab politics and communication whose doctorate dealt with the Palestinian broadcast media. He is a former reporter, correspondent and editor, at The New York Times ,The Cox Newspapers-Atlanta Constitution, and The Jerusalem Post.


Egypt's Double Game

Interview with Michael Widlanski

FrontPage Magazine, January 5, 2009


Middle East : Gaza attacks central to Israeli elections

Interview with Michael Widlanski

European Wire Service, January 4, 2009


David Keyes: David Keyes is coordinator of the Adelson Institute for Strategic Studies’ programs in democracy. Prior to joining the Institute in 2008, Keyes assisted former ambassador to the U.N Dore Gold, served in the Strategic Division of the Israeli army and conducted research on terrorism at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. He has written for The New Republic, National Review and the Jerusalem Post.


Sderot Under Siege

by David Keyes

Commentary, January 1, 2009


"Turmoil in Gaza: Implications"

In June 2007, following Hamas’ takeover of the Gaza strip, Shalem’s Adelson Institute for Strategic Studies hosted an event to discuss its future. Moderated by Natan Sharansky, speakers included Lieutenant General (Res.) Moshe Ya'alon, Major-General (Res.) Giora Eiland, Professor Rafi Israeli, Palestinian Rights Monitoring Group Director Bassem Eid, and others. Click here for video highlights of the conference.


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