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    Israel should negotiate with Hamas, says former Mossad chief

    [Você precisa estar registrado e conectado para ver esta imagem.]By JOSEPH FITSANAKIS | intelNews.org
    A former director of the Israeli covert-action agency Mossad, who helped forge a historic peace treaty between Israel and Jordan in the 1990s, has called for the Jewish state to negotiate with Palestinian group Hamas. Efraim Halevy, who directed the Mossad from 1998 to 2002, told American television network CNN on Tuesday that numerous radical groups in the Gaza Strip would be far more threatening to Israel’s security than Hamas. Speaking to CNN’s chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour, Halevy said that Hamas, which controls the Gaza Strip, “is a very bad option” for Israel, but that the militant Sunni Islamist groups coming out of Syria and Iraq are “a lot worse” and posed a much more pertinent challenge to regional stability. He specifically mentioned the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, known as ISIS, which has emerged as the most powerful non-state actor in the region, saying that “ISIS has its tentacles in the Gaza Strip too”. Amanpour retorted that, by negotiating with Hamas, Israel would effectively legitimize the militant group. But Halevy said that, while it would be “politically inconvenient” for Israel to reach out to Hamas, the fact is that Tel Aviv has been negotiating with the Palestinian group “for years”. Even though Israel and Hamas insist on refusing to publicly acknowledge each other’s existence, in reality they have been negotiating with each other for a long time, he said. “We [presumably the Mossad] have had several rounds with Hamas in recent years, and the previous rounds ended up in agreements —arrangements, as it was called”, said the former Mossad chief. “But in effect”, he went on, “it was a negotiation between us and Hamas”. As an example, Halevy mentioned the release of Israel Defense Forces soldier Gilad Shalit, who was captured in 2006 in a cross-border raid by Hamas forces. He was released in 2011 as part of a prisoner exchange agreement between the Palestinian group and Israel. In 2012, Halevy issued a public call for dialogue between Israel and Iran, saying that “the Iranians, in their heart of hearts, would like to get out of their conundrum”, referring to Tehran’s nuclear program. Read more of this post

    [size=31]Israel Ramps Up Gaza Campaign[/size]
    Hundreds of Gazan families evacuated their homes on Wednesday following warnings of further airstrikes (AP) as Israel threatened to launch ground operations (Reuters) in the Palestinian enclave. Overnight Tuesday, Israel bombed the homes of Hamas political leaders, while Gaza-fired rockets were intercepted over Tel Aviv, following an abortive cease-fire (NYT). Palestinian deaths in the current round of fighting surpassed two hundred, according to health officials, while Israel suffered its first fatality. Meanwhile, reports emerged that Egypt's cease-fire proposal was hammered out without the knowledge of much of the Israeli cabinet, and took Hamas officials by surprise (Haaretz).
    "In the absence of effective Egyptian participation, and with Hamas's political leadership holed up in Doha, a vital key to a cease-fire seems unavailable. Hamas is therefore on autopilot, trying to wrest any tangible win from a slugging match that has barely damaged Israel, while exposing the Gazan people to constant air assault and the possibility of a costly ground invasion. It has no outside allies to call upon; no friendly power it can claim has compelled it to back down," writes Steven Simon for the Middle East Institute.
    "For Hamas, Egypt's involvement must go further than reinstating a simple cease-fire based on 'quiet-for-quiet' between the two sides, while leaving political developments for future discussions. The recent proposal is strikingly similar to the 2012 agreement, which began to fall apart soon after it became clear that the promised normalization of Gaza would not be forthcoming. Stability between Hamas and Israel will require a long-term political approach for Gaza," write Benedetta Berti and Zack Gold in Foreign Affairs.
    "Mr Netanyahu's problem is not victory per se – but, rather, victory to what end? His difficulty in closing out this latest round originates from his lack of an end game, in either Gaza or the West Bank – at least not one he will acknowledge publicly. He does not want to reoccupy Gaza and to formally reassume responsibility for its 1.7m inhabitants. He knows responsibility cannot be forced on Egypt and he has no interest in handing Gaza to Mr Abbas in order to strengthen the moderate Palestinian camp," writes Daniel Levy in theFinancial Times.
    China Moves Provocative Oil Rig
    China's state-owned oil firm is moving a drilling rig (WSJ) out of the contested South China Sea waters where it has provoked clashes between Vietnamese and Chinese vessels. Beijing maintained its right to explore in the area.
    CHINA: China's economy grew at 7.5 percent in the second quarter, on track to meet the government's target (SCMP), Beijing said. A "mini-stimulus" was put in place after Beijing was alarmed by slow first-quarter growth (FT).
    Pakistan Said to Capture Taliban Commander
    Pakistani forces have reportedly captured a major commander in the Pakistani Taliban (Dawn), a month into their tribal-belt offensive. Meanwhile, the Pakistani air force (Dawn) and a suspected U.S. drone (Express Tribune) conducted airstrikes.
    Iraqi Forces Fall Back, but Political Deadlock Broken
    Iraqi forces on Wednesday retreated from Tikrit under insurgent fire. The setback comes a day after lawmakers named a moderate Sunni Islamist as speaker of parliament, the first step toward forming a new government (Reuters).
    A new CFR InfoGuide explains the origins of the Sunni-Shia divide and its geopolitical ramifications.
    IRAN: U.S. secretary of state John Kerry and Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif signaled that nuclear talks between Iran and six world powers would likely be extended beyond a July 20 deadline (WSJ).
    Separatists Begin Peace Talks with Mali Government
    Tuareg separatists on Wednesday began peace talks in Algiers with the Malian government (France24). The negotiations come a day after a French soldier was killed in Mali's north, and as France, touting its success in Mali, transitions to a regional counterterrorism operation (Reuters).
    SOMALIA: A UN panel has accused Somali president Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, a former minister, and a U.S. law firm of conspiring to divert recovered overseas assets, Reuters reports.
    EU Expected to Widen Russia Sanctions
    The EU summit got underway in Brussels on Wednesday with the bloc expected to expand sanctions against Russia (EUobserver) to focus on whole industries. EU leaders will also fill the positions of foreign policy chief and European Council president (BBC).
    CFR's Steven Sestanovich explains what the U.S. Senate gets wrong about Ukraine.
    NETHERLANDS: A civil court ruled that the state was liable for the deaths of three hundred Muslim men during the 1995 Srebrenica massacre (Deutsche Welle). Those killed had sought sanctuary at a compound held by Dutch UN troops.
    BRICS Leaders Agree on Bank Structure
    Leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa meeting in Brazil agreed on how to distribute power (Economic Times) in a new Shanghai-based development bank meant to be a counterweight to Western-dominated financial institutions.
    CFR's Julia Sweig and Robert Kahn discuss the BRICS bank.
    MEXICO: Under U.S. pressure to stem the tide of Central American immigration, Mexico's Interior Ministry on Tuesday appointed a border-control czar (LAT), but there islittle evidence of increased enforcement at its southern border (AP).

    CEO Lusófono: BRICS chegam a acordo para criar “Novo Banco de Desenvolvimento”
    Posted: 16 Jul 2014 07:57 AM PDT
    // // // ]]> Os BRICS chegaram ontem a acordo para a criação do “Novo Banco de Desenvolvimento”. E ao possibilitar mecanismos de financiamento de curto prazo, alternativos aos do Fundo Monetário Internacional, o papel do bloco ganha uma nova dimensão. A Índia vai ocupar a primeira presidência do banco, enquanto a China recebe, em [...]
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    Geopolítica, ‘big data’ e democracia: O mundo depois de Snowden
    Posted: 16 Jul 2014 07:56 AM PDT
    // // // ]]> O ‘Inteligência Económica’ esteve na conferência da ‘Cátedra Castex de Ciberestratégia’ sobre ‘o mundo depois de Snowden’. A Cátedra “Castex de Cyberstratégie” organizou, em parceria com o ‘LeMonde’, o Institut Français de Géopolitique e a l’Université de Paris 8, um colóquio dedicado às consequências das revelações de Edward Snowden, a 13 [...]
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    CEO Lusófono: Brasil compra sistema de defesa anti-aérea russo
    Posted: 16 Jul 2014 07:55 AM PDT
    Dilma Rousseff e Vladimir Putin ultimaram a venda de um sistema de defesa aérea russo ao Brasil. Ao longo de de duas horas, os presidentes da Rússia e do Brasil estiveram reunidos, a 14 de julho, e chegaram a acordo para uma série de parcerias, de que se destacam as negociações sobre Defesa…  (Ler Mais [...]
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    Hackers e ‘Secreta’ Francesa
    Posted: 16 Jul 2014 07:52 AM PDT
    Uma reportagem sobre o jogo (muito fascinante…) da “secreta” francesa, a DGSE, e os hackers… A ver, sem falta. Hackers – Soldats de l’ombre vs DGSE – Envoyé Spécial – reportage
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    Calendário Geopolítico da Semana 14 Julho 2014
    Posted: 16 Jul 2014 07:47 AM PDT
    Geopolitical Calendar: Week of July 14, 2014 July 14, 2014 | 0902 GMT   Stratfor Editor’s Note: The following is an internal Stratfor document listing significant meetings and events planned for the next week. Stratfor analysts use this to stay informed of the activities and travel of world leaders and to guide their areas of focus [...]
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    16 July 2014
    On 14 July 2014, Portuguese law enforcement authorities, with the support of Europol, dismantled an organised criminal group of West African and Portuguese nationals suspected of trafficking young mostly Nigerian women to Portugal and other EU countries in order to exploit them through forced prostitution.
    Seven suspects were arrested in Portugal and seven house searches carried out. Mobile phones, computers and tablets and other significant evidentiary material relevant to the investigation were seized including a false passport.

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    Assuntos Gerais:
    - Presidency briefing (18.07.2014, 11.30) on General Affairs Council meeting - Brussels, 23 July 2014:
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    - Agenda - GENERAL AFFAIRS Council - Brussels, 23 July 2014:
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