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The Globalist, 1581

20 November 2017

With Robert Mugabe refusing to step down, we ask what’s next for Zimbabwe. Plus: Cambodia’s government defies the US, the limits of spy fiction and why gay marriage in Australia could be bad news for New Zealand.

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The Monocle Weekly, 437

19 November 2017

Artist and filmmaker Julian Rosefeldt discusses ‘Manifesto’, his collaboration with Oscar-winning actress Cate Blanchett. We also hear from US musician Sudan Archives, whose music combines progressive beats, global influ…

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The Foreign Desk, 202

18 November 2017

Since the Second World War Japan has been a pacifist nation. But during that time it has built up an impressive defence force that, if it was a fully fledged military, would be the eighth largest in the world. In an ever…

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The Curator, 318

18 November 2017

Bringing you some of the best interviews and reports from the past week on Monocle 24, with highlights from our studios at Midori House and around the world. This week we sit down with Mike Hodges, director of ‘Flash Gor…

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The Monocle Daily, 1570

17 November 2017

Why has Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar delivered some stark warnings to his British counterpart Theresa May regarding Brexit? Plus: the latest from Zimbabwe and we discuss the future of the Kurdistan region in uncertain…

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Midori House, 1539

17 November 2017

Nato’s latest tensions with Turkey, Germany’s international image on the rise and the end of gay-marriage tourism for New Zealand. Plus: which city has the best public transport in the world?

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The Briefing, 1572

17 November 2017

We profile Zimbabwe’s sacked vice-president Emmanuel Mnangagwa and ask whether he will take over from Robert Mugabe. Plus: we look at the issues that are preventing progress on Brexit talks and discuss what the death of a…

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The Globalist, 1580

17 November 2017

A leading member of Zimbabwe’s opposition tells us what the country might look like after Robert Mugabe. We also discuss whether Angela Merkel is able to form a German government and find out how Helsinki is expanding its…

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The Monocle Daily, 1569

16 November 2017

We analyse Germany’s attempts to form a coalition government, look at Emmanuel Macron’s foreign-policy aims in Lebanon and discuss the regional implications of the crisis in Zimbabwe.

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The Urbanist, 318

16 November 2017

This week we hear how technology is helping companies collect data – and profits – from you, but also how it can help fight issues such as gun violence. Plus: a special report from the first edition of Torino-Stratosferica…

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Midori House, 1538

16 November 2017

Isabel Hilton and Jacob Parakilas discuss the day’s top stories, including French president Emmanuel Macron leading the way on climate change, why the US Senate is questioning Donald Trump’s power to unilaterally order…

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The Briefing, 1571

16 November 2017

We ask whether Beijing’s leaders were aware that Zimbabwe’s generals were plotting to oust President Mugabe and why Lebanese prime minister Saad Hariri has been invited to France. Plus: the 500-year-old painting sold for…

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The Globalist, 1579

16 November 2017

Will the military takeover in Zimbabwe allow journalists to work freely in the country? We ask whether Lebanon’s embattled prime minister, Saad Hariri, will attempt to seek asylum in France. Plus: we have the latest on…

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