Why Bibi Could Play Ball With Biden Over Iran. Listen to Alon Pinkas

While he's waiting for the new U.S. president to call, Israel's prime minister has more pressing matters to think about: Iran, the ICC, an election and a trial.

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Host Simon Spungin is joined by Haaretz’s new senior writer on Israeli and U.S. politics, Alon Pinkas, to discuss relations between Jerusalem and Washington in the Biden era.

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Is it significant that the newly inaugurated American president is yet to call Benjamin Netanyahu, the leader of one of the United States' cloest allies? Why could a ruling by the International Criminal Court over possible war crimes charges force Netanyahu to play ball with Biden, as he tries to reengage with Iran.

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