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Benjamin Netanyahu, the prime minister-designate of Israel, sat down with Andrew Ross Sorkin of The New York Times to discuss what he described as the fine balance in foreign policy between “moral principles and expediency.”
The wide-ranging interview covered Russia’s war in Ukraine, the Iran nuclear deal, and Netanyahu’s hopes for warmer relations with Saudi Arabia, along with his disapproval of Trump’s dinner with the rapper Kanye West. West has been criticised for antisemitic statements.
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