Frontlines Podcast: Israel, the ICC and the meaning of victory

Legal affairs correspondent Yonah Jeremy Bob and Editorial Page Editor Mati Wagner discuss what’s next in the aftermath of Operation Protective Edge.

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August 7, 2014 18:53
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With a 72-hour ceasefire with Hamas holding—for now—Israel starts to look toward the aftermath of its battle in Gaza. Legal affairs correspondent Yonah Jeremy Bob explains why talk of dragging Israel to the International Criminal Court is mostly bluster. ​

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​Then, we ask Editorial Page Editor Mati Wagner why most Israelis think that neither side won the war, and what’s next on the horizon in the aftermath of Operation Protective Edge.

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