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A preview of the Tunisian elections with Monocle's correspondent in Tunis, plus we talk about the construction of the Nicaragua Canal. We also review the Asian front pages with Dibyesh Anand and meet secret sidekicks through history with author Julia Rothman.

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795 21 Nov 2014
00:56:27

A preview of the Tunisian elections with Monocle's correspondent in Tunis, plus we talk about the construction of the Nicaragua Canal. We also review the Asian front pages with Dibyesh Anand and meet secret sidekicks through history with author Julia Rothman.

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794 20 Nov 2014
00:59:06

With President Obama about to unveil his plans to fix America's broken immigration system, we ask how he aims to do it. Plus: our first weekly chat about the latest issue of the Nikkei Asian Review, a tribute to the Duchess of Alba and a review of the latest headlines from the Asian newspapers.

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793 19 Nov 2014
00:57:01

What’s next for Israel after yesterday’s attack and where do Colombia’s peace talks stand as Farc rebels confirm the kidnap of an army general? Plus we check out what’s changing in Parkdale and pay tribute to Japanese film star Ken Takakur.

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792 18 Nov 2014
00:57:54

What was Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's reaction to the attacks in Jerusalem? We also have the latest on Brazil's Petrobras scandal and look at a few surprises in UAE's new list of terrorist organisations.

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791 17 Nov 2014
01:00:00

As Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos suspends talks with rebel group Farc, are we watching the end of a two-year push for peace? We also look at the “golden visa” scandal in Portugal and read up on how the Brothers Grimm really intended their fairytales to be told.

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790 14 Nov 2014
01:00:00

Why has Vladimir Putin sent a fleet of warships to Australia ahead of the G20 summit? Plus we hear the untold stories of the 33 men trapped in a Chilean mine in 2010 and visit the Hyper Japan tradeshow in London.

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789 13 Nov 2014
00:57:53

We discuss foreign sources of terrorism funding and look at a legal case against Shell in Nigeria. We also consider the future of smart weapons, review the Asian newspapers and talk to author Colin Jones about his book The Smile Revolution.

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788 12 Nov 2014
00:57:16

A look at developments in Ukraine and violence in Mexico. We also hear from John Ralston Saul on his new book The Comeback, Peter Wilson on the Australian newspapers and take a tour of Swiss fashion.

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787 11 Nov 2014
00:057:30

We look at escalating violence in Israel, Sheena Rossiter profiles Brazilian banker Joseph Safra, Roderic Wye reviews the Asian newspapers and Stephanie Strom of The New York Times explains an emerging legal war over mayonnaise in the US.

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786 10 Nov 2014
00:56:49

What obstacles lie in the way of Nicolas Sarkozy’s political comeback? We also analyse historic grievances in Catalonia, discuss the Keystone XL pipeline and head to Ireland for Europe’s first economics festival.

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785 7 Nov 2014
00:55:33

As Germany prepares to mark 25 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall, we assess the role that both faith and music played in 1989 and their place in the nation today. Plus, we ask why Mexico has scrapped a high-speed rail project, and recommend how to spend your Friday night in Istanbul.

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784 6 Nov 2014
00:57:53

As thousands of people protest in the centre of Brussels against government-imposed austerity, we assess who might win the standoff. Plus, we ask why western militaries find it so hard to train the armies of other countries and visit the North Korean embassy in London for a rather unique art exhibition.

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