Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Some Interesting Articles on the Web (July 30, 2014)

Middle East:
“Israel’s Operation in Gaza Spreads Beyond Just Tunnels.” Article at Time website.

“Zionism and Its Discontents.” Roger Cohen writing for The New York Times.
“Israel Goes It Alone.” John Cassidy for The New Yorker.

“Collective Punishment in Gaza.” Rashid Khalidi writing for The New Yorker.
“Israelis support Netanyahu and Gaza war, despite rising deaths on both sides.” Washington Post article.

“Loss of Shelter and Electricity Worsens a Crisis for Fleeing Gazans.” New York Times article.

“Israel Is Making It Hard To Be Pro-Israel.” Jonathan Chait writing for New York website.

“The Explosive, Inside Story of How John Kerry Built an Israel-Palestine Peace Plan—and Watched It Crumble.” Long and interesting article in the New Republic by Ben Birnbaum and Amir Tibon.


“How Argentina’s Default May Trigger $29 Billion in Claims.” Bloomberg Businessweek article.

“If Argentina Defaults, Then What?” Wall Street Journal website article.
“Argentine Banker Said to Propose Accord to Avert Default.” Bloomberg article.

“Argentina CDS Holders Face Likely Wait.” Wall Street Journal website article. Note that Elliott Management Corp is a member of ISDA’s Americas committee.
“It Depends, Argentina Edition.” Anna Gelpern post at Credit Slips.

“The Federal Marijuana Ban Is Rooted in Myth and Xenophobia.” New York Times editorial page.


“Russia’s Argentine Debt Tango.” Mohamed El-Erian writing for Bloomberg View.
“Cruz whipping tonight against Boehner border bill.” Washington Post article by Robert Costa.

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