After 51 days of war, both Israel's government and Hamas are claiming victory. A fledgling Hamas movement got a much-needed boost to its credentials as a resistance movement and tightened its grip on Gaza. The Israelis succeeded in destroying a good part of the tunnel network used to smuggle goods and launch attacks. That's the short view. But what happens when the dust settles?
Senior fellow at the Institute for Palestinian Studies
Founder of Andalus Publishing
Chairman of the French Committee of the International Association of Jewish Lawyers
France 24 International Affairs Editor