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The Briefing, 1229

26 July 2016

We discuss the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia and analyse Turkish press freedom following the recent attempted coup. Plus: our luxury expert explains why LVMH has sold the Donna Karan International brand and our man…

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The Globalist, 1237

26 July 2016

We look to Nouakchott as Arab leaders gather to attend the Arab League Summit and then cross to Philadelphia to hear about day one of the Democratic National Convention. Plus: the latest on a mass-stabbing attack in Japan…

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The Monocle Daily, 1226

25 July 2016

Can free college tuition work in the US? Hillary Clinton believes so but as the Democratic convention gets underway her hopes of appealing to Bernie Sanders’ supporters has hit a few speed bumps. We examine the damage. Plus…

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Midori House, 1204

25 July 2016

We assess what has influenced a spate of violent attacks in Germany, consider Turkey’s prospects of joining the EU and ask why Barack Obama’s half-brother is voting Trump.

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The Briefing, 1228

25 July 2016

We sit down with the editor of Bavarian Public Radio to discuss the recent attacks in the German state. Plus: we look to Turkey as its opposition parties join a pro-democracy rally to condemn the failed coup and ask why…

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The Globalist, 1236

25 July 2016

We discuss the frequency of attacks in Germany and whether anything be done to prevent them, our series explores what constitutes a coup as Turkey's leaders clamp down on internal dissent and Tomos Lewis reports from the…

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The Monocle Weekly, 368

24 July 2016

Simon Hucker from auction house Sotheby’s talks us through ‘Bowie/Collector’, their exhibition and upcoming auction of David Bowie’s personal art collection. Plus: cabaret and opera performer Ali McGregor tells us how to…

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The Big Interview, 42

24 July 2016

The independent producer and legend of the UK film industry Lord Puttnam sits down with Robert Bound to discuss playing father to an entire film crew, the lack of integrity today’s media and the role of the documentary as…

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The Foreign Desk, 133

23 July 2016

For a brief moment last Friday it seemed as if the attempted coup in Turkey would succeed. That it failed should be a cause for celebration, regardless of your views on the authoritarian nature of the Erdogan government.…

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The Monocle Daily, 1225

22 July 2016

Crossing live to Munich, we analyse the unfolding security situation in the city after gunmen opened fire in a shopping centre. Plus: we ask an LGBT Republican group why Trump is courting their vote and analyse his chances…

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Midori House, 1203

22 July 2016

As news breaks of a multiple shooting in Munich, we discuss Europe's approach to confirmed and potential terror attacks. Plus: a chaotic week in Turkey following last week's failed military coup.

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The Briefing, 1227

22 July 2016

As Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump vows to “Make America safe again”, we look at safety and politics and ask why Japan is starting to worry about a potential president Trump. Plus: how smoking might have…

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The Globalist, 1235

22 July 2016

We ask whether Nato countries should be guaranteed protection by other members of the alliance. Plus: a special report from Cleveland where Donald Trump has told his supporters that he can win the race to the White House…

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The Monocle Daily, 1224

21 July 2016

We look to Fox News as Rupert Murdoch takes over and Roger Ailes is shown the door. Meanwhile, after the Turkish president’s declaration of a state of emergency, we ask where the nation is headed. Plus: Cleveland’s mayor…

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