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Midori House, 1085

Tuesday 9 February

Join Monocle’s editors and guests drawn from our unrivalled pool of international commentators, analysts and experts to unpack the issues dominating the day’s agenda. From diplomatic wrangles and border disputes to big…

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The Briefing, 1109

Tuesday 9 February

We discuss today’s train crash in Germany, get a primer on the New Hampshire primaries and learn why Spain’s royal family are having a testing time at the theatre in Madrid.

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The Globalist, 1117

Tuesday 9 February

We interpret the outcome of Turkey and Germany’s talks to alleviate the refugee crisis on Turkey’s border and look at the changing relationship between Nato and Moscow. Plus: we get a recap of the latest news from the New…

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The Monocle Daily, 1106

Monday 8 February

We’re live in New Hampshire ahead of Tuesday's presidential election primary. We also discuss Haitian politics, analyse European refugee policy and check in with Monocle’s Toronto and New York bureau chiefs. Plus: a look…

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Midori House, 1084

Monday 8 February

As North Korea defies the world and launches a missile, we ask what the consequences might be. Meanwhile, Angela Merkel touches down in Ankara but will Turkey accept Europe’s request to effectively open its back door while…

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The Briefing, 1108

Monday 8 February

We get the view from Seoul on North Korea’s missile launch over the weekend, learn why Bill Clinton has unleashed a scathing attack on Bernie Sanders and review the biggest TV ads from Sunday’s Super Bowl sports event.

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The Globalist, 1116

Monday 8 February

We analyse North Korea’s missile launch over the weekend, find out whether Europe’s coastal borders are secure enough and hear about the importance of radio in Zimbabwe.

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The Monocle Weekly, 344

Sunday 7 February

Andrew Tuck and Robert Bound talk to Rod Nordland, international correspondent and Kabul bureau chief for ‘The New York Times’, about his new book ‘The Lovers’. We also meet architecture curator, critic and author Lucy…

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The Big Interview, 27

Sunday 7 February

The photographer, broadcaster and creative force sits down with Tyler Brûlé to discuss the importance of being challenged, doing what you love (and loving what you do) and the state of civilisation today.

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The Foreign Desk, 109

Saturday 6 February

The global economy is in trouble again: Europe is stagnant, China is slowing down and we still haven’t really recovered from 2008. Monocle’s Steve Bloomfield is joined by Tom Keene, the editor at large of ‘Bloomberg News’…

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The Curator, 225

Saturday 6 February

Our favourite moments from the past seven days on Monocle 24, including coverage of the Iowa caucus, a report from the Sundance Film Festival and a Midori House session from Malian singer Rokia Traoré.

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The Monocle Daily, 1105

Friday 5 February

We discuss the prospect of elevated Saudi involvement in the Syrian war and speak with the UK’s special representative for Syria. Meanwhile, Tristan McAllister analyses US transport policy and Sagra Maceira de Rosen expl…

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Midori House, 1083

Friday 5 February

More than $10bn (€9bn) in aid money is headed to Syria but as peace talks stall in Geneva we wonder whether this is an admission of defeat. We also take a look at the thousands of Iraqi migrants heading home after too many…

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The Briefing, 1107

Friday 5 February

​We’re live in Spain as negotiations continue in an attempt to form a coalition government and we hear why a new report predicts it would take less than three days for Russian forces to occupy the Baltic nations. Plus: we…

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The Globalist, 1115

Friday 5 February

We look to Aleppo with the news that Syrian rebels may be losing their grip on the city and we ask whether Australia’s former prime minister Kevin Rudd will become a new secretary-general of the UN. Plus: the day’s business…

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