Dawn will break on Saturday in New York, and if September 11, 2010 is a nice day – clear, crisp air, few clouds, cerulean sky – everyone will note that September 11, 2001 began in exactly the same way.
For edition 116 of the Monocle Weekly, we hear from Michael Chertoff, former United States secretary of homeland security, who met our editor Andrew Tuck to discuss the state of global security a decade after 9/11.
This weekend look out for inspiring Korean contemporary art in Hong Kong, appreciate the works of a 20th-century master in London, and check out the new album by German dance music trio Brandt Brauer Frick.
I sat down to lunch last month in Abkhazia with Vladimir Churov, the head of Russia’s Central Election Commission and a man who has been accused of rigging elections, and Alexei Ostrovsky, head of the Duma’s Committee on…
Something for your weekend: Monocle’s global selection, including exhibitions to lose your Saturday in, new aural treasures, and a garage sale held to benefit one of the UK’s best provincial art spaces.
Portugal’s second city has great architecture and good food but it’s the escapes along the coast that give it its quality of life credentials. Pack your trunks, tote and Sisley spray and head for the boardwalks.