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110421 Jan 2016
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Thursday 21 January: 

The German president airs his views on the migrant crisis, Vietnam picks new leaders and we get the Asian perspective from the World Economic Forum in Davos.

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110320 Jan 2016
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Wednesday 20 January: 

We examine the challenges for Libya’s new unity government, what this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos may be remembered for and the day’s European newspapers.

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110219 Jan 2016
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Tuesday 19 January: 

With the state having taken control of public broadcasters and a downgraded credit rating, Poland’s politicians are on a mission to convince EU leaders that the country is still a friendly place. Plus: it’s supposed to be the future of our television consumption, so why won't Netflix tell us who’s watching what? We also head to Munich to discuss design in the digital age.

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110118 Jan 2016
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Monday 18 January: 

Taiwan's election aftermath, the closure of Australia's ‘Cleo’ magazine and when government petitions actually work.

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110015 Jan 2016
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Friday 15 January: 

As Ukraine strikes another truce deal with pro-Russian forces after a rare meeting, we ask whether this one will hold. We also discuss why Hong Kong is banning the ivory trade and look at Austria’s shifting mood towards migrants as more are turned away.

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109914 Jan 2016
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Thursday 14 January: 

We get the latest from Jakarta as a series of explosions shake the Indonesian capital. We also look at Poland’s relationship with the EU after the unprecedented move questions the rule of law in the country. Plus: we hear how writing sentences could mean reduced sentences for prisoners in Romania.

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109813 Jan 2016
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Wednesday 13 January: 

As the German interior minister touches down in Istanbul, we assess the aftermath of yesterday’s bombing. We also ask why some Australian prime ministers shun the official residence. Plus: the US president gives his final State of the Union address, citing increased political vitriol as a lasting concern.

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109712 Jan 2016
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Tuesday 12 January: 

As thousands of migrants in Calais and Dunkirk are set to move to camps in the north of the France, we examine the effectiveness of the country’s refugee policy. Meanwhile, as China is set to invest $11.7bn (€10.8bn) this year on civil-aviation infrastructure, we ask what’s behind the massive spend. Plus: Monocle’s design editor shares his view on the Australian hotel scene.

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109611 Jan 2016
00:59:30

Monday 11 January: 

From Poland to Hungary and now Slovakia – just how far will Europe’s rising tide of anti-migrant sentiment stretch? We also get the day’s news from our Hong Kong bureau. Plus: in Los Angeles the after-parties are only just beginning as the Golden Globes comes to a close.

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10958 Jan 2016
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Friday 8 January: 

We discuss why Poland’s president approves controls on state media, discover that Melbourne may ban badly designed apartments and learn why Japanese CEOs are so unsatisfied with their jobs.

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10947 Jan 2016
00:59:40

Thursday 7 January: 

We take a look at Germany’s worsening migration backlash, discuss what happens when brand overtakes message in political advertising and ask why Chinese companies are throwing big money at Hollywood studios.

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10936 Jan 2016
00:58:00

Wednesday 6 January: 

Charlie Hebdo commemorates the anniversary of the shooting, hear what new gadgets have been revealed at CES in Las Vegas and review the day’s newspapers.

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10925 Jan 2016
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Tuesday 5 January: 

We discuss president Obama’s efforts for gun controls in the US, assess Ferrari’s new branding direction and look ahead to the next 12 months in Japan.

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10914 Jan 2016
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Monday 4 January: 

We discuss Poland’s new controversial media law, take a look at Iran and Saudi Arabia’s dramatic fallout and leaf through the day’s European papers.

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10901 Jan 2016
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Friday 1 January: 

Markus Hippi looks ahead to the year 2016 in food, drink and hospitalituy with guests Adam Hyman, Bruce Palling and Rachel Signer.

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