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Benjamin Netanyahu and Joe Biden. Two ultimately flawed candidates who, after scandals, were on the brink of losing power. The Israeli Prime Minister has survived - but will Joe Biden?
Host and content editor James Moules talks to correspondents Matt Trinder and Mason Quah about two exclusive pieces written on Redaction Politics last week.
Netanyahu's plans following his shocking victory are apparent, while Joe Biden has, amongst other issues, a dubious foreign policy past.
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1) How coronavirus is smoke-screening racism towards the Chinese
2) The impact of Israel's elections
3) Why Joe Biden will lose
4) Why coronavirus will transform the economy
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