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700 16 Jul 2014
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Reactions to the latest developments in the Srebrenica-massacre trial at The Hague, we learn why the “knock on the roof” tactic in use by the Israeli military is becoming so contentious, and ask why comic-book character, Thor, is set to become a woman.

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699 15 Jul 2014
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Live from Farnborough International Airshow: we speak to the big players at Boeing and Airbus, try out a futuristic new helmet for pilots, and count up the event’s important facts and figures with Murdo Morrison of Flight International.

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698 14 Jul 2014
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We speak to a correspondent on the ground in Gaza for the latest details of the thousands of refugees fleeing their homes. Rebecca Collard tells us about the capital of a country that doesn't yet exist with a profile of Kirkuk in northern Iraq. And the world's best-known furniture shop opens downtown: what happens when Ikea hits the high street.

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697 11 Jul 2014
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Ben Judah and Antonio Sampaio discuss Vladimir Putin's visit to South America and what impact it's likely to have, if any. Plus: author Ben Lyttleton discusses problem penalties at the World Cup and foreign editor Steve Bloomfield explains why the tournament is an opportunity for participating countries to show their true colours.

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696 10 Jul 2014
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We examine India’s budget with Shashank Bengali of the LA Times, defence expert Robert Fox assesses what an Israeli ground offensive would look like, and author and journalist Adrian Wooldridge discusses his new book, ‘Fourth Revolution: The Global Race to Reinvent the State’.

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695 9 Jul 2014
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Ben Hartman of the ‘Jerusalem Post’ and Noam Sheizaf of ‘+972’ magazine discuss the developments in Israel and Palestine. Plus: regional expert Isabel Hilton examines what, if any, deals will be forged at the US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue in Beijing and Monocle’s Fernando Augusto Pacheco assesses the damage incurred by Brazil’s epic World Cup loss.

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694 8 Jul 2014
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Andrew Tuck analyses the upcoming Indonesian elections, looks at how Ukraine might rebuild itself, and previews highlights from this summer’s London Indian Film Festival.

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693 7 Jul 2014
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Former British embassy defence attaché to Japan, Simon Chelton, examines the focus on Shinzo Abe’s tour of Australasia, Daniella Peled assesses the risk of a third intifada in the Holy Land, and Joseph Dana discusses Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s influence on the Turkish economy.

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692 4 Jul 2014
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Live from South Tyrol: Monocle's editor-in-chief Tyler Brûlé presents a special edition of the Briefing live from Brunico in South Tyrol, Italy. Today’s focus is on the region’s culture, its food scene, and a very special 450-year-old hotel.

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691 3 Jul 2014
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Live from Bolzano: Monocle editor-in-chief Tyler Brûlé hosts a special edition of The Briefing broadcasting from the Palais Campofranco in Bolzano in South Tyrol, speaking to some of the region’s leading figures.

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690 2 Jul 2014
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Monocle's Tyler Brûlé presents live from the Vigilius Mountain Resort in South Tyrol, Italy. We speak to the creative director of Forst Brewery, discuss the region’s exclusive wine festival and hear why it's good to do business in Merano.

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689 1 Jul 2014
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Author and journalist Rachel Shabi discusses developments in Israel and Palestine following the discovery of bodies of three murdered Israeli teenagers, Tom Burgess Watson reports on how a return to the presidency for Nicolas Sarkozy may be off the cards, and Oliver Wainwright asks if good design can be exempt from the issue of human-rights abuses.

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  • Dogs: we spend an hour with man’s best friend and look at the city from a dog’s eye-view. Why are city-slickers gaga over pricey pooch pampering?
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