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The Globalist, 1334

8 December 2016

We discuss Donald Trump’s strategy to defeat Isis, look to the future of Air Force One and analyse a controversial settlement bill in Israel. Plus: our man in Belgrade shares the city’s highs and lows in 2016 and asks what…

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The Monocle Daily, 1323

7 December 2016

We ask whether MPs can still halt the Brexit process and assess how rebels have been pushed out of Aleppo’s Old City. Plus: why is Angela Merkel looking to appeal to Germany’s right-wing voters?

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Midori House, 1301

7 December 2016

As Donald Trump is selected as Time magazine’s Person of the Year, we look at his vision for military and foreign policy. Plus get the latest update on the UK’s efforts to leave the EU, as well as press freedom in Thailand…

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The Briefing, 1325

7 December 2016

We ask what life is really like in an under-siege Aleppo and discuss the appointment of France’s new prime minister Bernard Cazeneuve. Plus: are compilation CDs more popular than ever?

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The Globalist, 1333

7 December 2016

A Syria analyst whose brother was killed in Aleppo tells us about the situation in the city. Plus: we discuss a controversial gas pipeline between Russia and Germany and ask why Japan’s space agency is so busy.

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The Monocle Daily, 1322

6 December 2016

We assess why Iran is moving to protect its nuclear deal from being revised by the Trump administration, hear why Brazil is in political turmoil (again) and ask whether the US really needs Air Force One.

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Midori House, 1300

6 December 2016

As Michel Barnier, the EU’s Brexit negotiator, warns that time is short, we'll assess the latest on Brexit. Plus: Hassan Rohani’s warning to president-elect Trump over the Iran nuclear deal and, in Brazil, the Senate’s…

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The Briefing, 1324

6 December 2016

Jay Garner’s deputy in the Iraq War tells us about the fight to retake Mosul and we discuss the legacy of Italy’s outgoing prime minister Matteo Renzi. Plus: why is Lego undertaking its biggest organisational shake-up in…

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The Globalist, 1332

6 December 2016

How will the White House’s relationship with China change under President Trump? We also discuss the battle to oust Isis militants from Mosul and Norwegian Air’s expansion into the US.

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The Monocle Daily, 1321

5 December 2016

What's next for Italy after the resignation of Matteo Renzi? We also assess what led Austria to reject a far-right presidential candidate for the second time and hear from political commentator Matthew Parris about how best…

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Midori House, 1299

5 December 2016

Another European prime minister loses a referendum and is forced to step down; we examine what Matteo Renzi’s gamble means for Italy and the future of the EU. Plus: Donald Trump's latest series of phone calls to foreign…

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The Briefing, 1323

5 December 2016

Turbulence in Italy after PM Matteo Renzi's referendum defeat, Uzbekistan votes for its new leader and a Brexit hearing starts in the UK Supreme Court.

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The Globalist, 1331

5 December 2016

What next for Italy and the EU after PM Matteo Renzi after his heavy election defeat? Also: far right's poll defeat in Austria and a look at the day’s newspapers.

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The Monocle Weekly, 387

4 December 2016

Summary: We welcome musician and composer Nitin Sawhney with his new ‘Animal Symphony’, documentary-maker Patrick Shen talks about his latest film, ‘In Pursuit of Silence’, and author Alan Connor accepts questions about his…

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