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703 9 Jul 2014
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We discuss what happens next in the aftermath of voter fraud in Afghanistan's election, hear why Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi is one to watch and profile the man most likely to lead Indonesia.

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702 8 Jul 2014
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We hear about the special relationship between Australian prime minister Tony Abbott and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe, discuss why US house-speaker John Boehner is suing Barack Obama, and review this morning’s front pages across Africa.

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701 7 Jul 2014
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Monocle’s Emma Nelson and Phil Han discuss the weekend's violence in Gaza, hear whether we are witnessing a turning point in the Ukraine conflict, and review this morning’s front pages with author Ben Judah.

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700 4 Jul 2014
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Ahead of Indian prime minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Kashmir today, we assess the longstanding grievances of India's north. Plus, Yasmine El Rashidi discusses Egypt’s political landscape one year after the toppling of Mohamed Morsi, and Nathaniel Bullard of Bloomberg Hong Kong tells us why electric cars might be the next big thing in China.

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699 3 Jul 2014
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Alessio Patalano and Nick Bisley assess the regional impact of Shinzo Abe’s collective self-defence policy, we get the latest from Israel and Palestine with Amjad Iraqi, and hear from the Monocle team broadcasting from South Tyrol.

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698 2 Jul 2014
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Joseph Dana and Michael Stephens unpick the labyrinthine economics of the ISIS movement, we asses pro-democracy rallies in Hong Kong, and leaf through today’s front pages with Darren McCaffrey of Sky News.

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697 1 Jul 2014
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The latest from Ukraine as Petro Poroshenko announces the end of a ceasefire with Russia, we discuss what power Shiite clerics hold in the Iraqi government, and hear from our Copenhagen correspondent about how Danes do politics.

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696 30 Jun 2014
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Saad Jawad and Ruth Sherlock assess the redrawing of battles lines in Iraq, we hear from our Stockholm correspondent Elna Nyknnen Andersson about why Sweden thinks less is more when it comes to working hours, and we start off this week’s series with John Everard’s view of the events that led to the First World War.

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695 27 Jun 2014
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We discuss the election of the European Commission’s new president, look at why the Thai military are monitoring the media, and ask if the Tea Party is back in fashion in US politics.

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694 26 Jun 2014
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Raffaello Pantucci analyses an unprecedented joint military drill between China and the US, we find out why Emirates is reconsidering its order of Airbus A350s, and discuss a new video intended to deter refugees from heading for Australia.

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693 25 Jun 2014
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There have been an increasing number of suicide attacks in Lebanon; we examine why. Plus: find out why South Korean president Park Geun-hye is having a hard time finding a premier and why the founder of Noma is heading to New York.

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692 24 Jun 2014
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We get the latest from Baghdad with Borzou Daraghi, ask why the Japanese public is becoming increasingly wary of Shinzo Abe’s attempts to change the country’s constitution, and we profile the world’s most prolific goal scorer.

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  • We take a hard-hat tour of the new Park Hyatt hotel in New York with the design firm behind it, Yabu Pushelberg. Plus, a look at how architecture can be a tool for change with the director of Architecture for Humanity, Eric Cesal, and we get the latest design stories from Tokyo.
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