The casualty figures in Gaza are as grim as you think
Despite talk of avoiding a return to the status quo, this is exactly what has seemingly happened
With the Palestinian Authority’s credibility at an all time low, many fear that an uncontrollable explosion of popular anger could snowball into an uprising against both Israel and the PA
Apparent wall-to-wall consensus in favour of the Gaza offensive among the Israeli public masks a deep internal moral malaise
Demilitarising Gaza is being touted as part of a solution to the recent fighting. However, it's a potentially dangerous red herring
Europe's inaction on the Islamic State could have tragic consequences, for the Middle East and for Europe itself.
Israel wants to keep Hamas in the cold, but unless Europe works to encourage dialogue, the violence will continue
As bombs fall on Gaza, France's deep-rooted preoccupation with Israel and Palestine is causing division within French society
A toxic cocktail of greater radicalisation, lack of mediators and Binyamin Netanyahu do not bode well for the region
European countries are split over recognising Palestine at the United Nations, but moving foward, Daniel Levy offers seven points to takeaway from a European perspective.