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The Globalist, 1362

17 January 2017

As the US considers whether to lift sanctions imposed on Russia in return for a cut to its nuclear arms, we ask how Eastern Europe might form part of the bigger picture. Plus: poll numbers rise for France’s left-wing hop…

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The Monocle Daily, 1351

16 January 2017

Sets the agenda in Asia and considers what’s been dominating the day in Europe and North America. The programme is sometimes co-hosted out of our Toronto and New York bureaux and features regular interviews with special…

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Midori House, 1320

16 January 2017

We ask what effect Donald Trump’s comments on Nato will have on world affairs and why France organised talks between Israel and Palestine. Plus: Turkey’s approach to combating terror attacks and why a train is derailing…

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The Briefing, 1353

16 January 2017

Have Donald Trump's interviews with the press given us a clearer idea of the way he views the world? We also discuss the refurbishment of the Centre Pompidou in Paris and debate whether politicians should ever feature in…

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The Globalist, 1361

16 January 2017

Is the two-state solution the only realistic route to peace in the Middle East? Plus: Monocle's Belgrade correspondent tells us why a Serbian train is causing tensions with Kosovo and we discover the process of writing an…

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The Monocle Weekly, 393

15 January 2017

Dale Pinnock, known as the ‘medicinal chef’, gives Robert Bound and Tom Edwards food for thought as we start the new year. We also find out where to find the world’s best teas with Ed Eisler, founder of Jing Tea, and Mon…

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The Foreign Desk, 158

14 January 2017

What will Donald Trump's presidency mean for China? He's tested the water with tough rhetoric – and that phone call to Taiwan – and Beijing has reacted accordingly, albeit with caution. But which of the two greatest powers…

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The Curator, 274

14 January 2017

Tom Edwards and Daniel Giacopelli bring you a selection of highlights from the past week on Monocle 24. This week: we hear from the founder of Artfinder, Jonas Almgren; learn how to organise a runway show; and step out with…

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The Monocle Daily, 1350

13 January 2017

We discuss China’s long-term foreign-policy ambitions and ask why the US is ending its policy to grant residency to Cubans who arrive in the country without a visa. Plus: what makes for a great political collaboration?

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Midori House, 1319

13 January 2017

We discuss the day’s top news stories, from the legacy of Joe Biden to Xi Jinping’s trip to Davos.

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The Briefing, 1352

13 January 2017

As Lithuania’s foreign minister prepares for a possible Russian strike before Donald Trump’s inauguration, we ask whether the spread of Nato troops across Eastern Europe could play into Vladimir Putin’s ultimate goal. Plus…

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The Globalist, 1360

13 January 2017

We discuss the first of France’s candidate debates, which will decide the left-wing challenger in this year’s presidential race. Plus: could Ban-Ki-Moon soon be the leader of South Korea?

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The Monocle Daily, 1349

12 January 2017

Do journalists need to adapt their trade in order to accurately reflect Donald Trump's presidency? We also discuss whether South Africa's next leader could be a woman and find out why birds are posing a danger to planes at…

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The Urbanist, 274

12 January 2017

It's a brand new year and with it comes change and resolutions – not just for us but for our cities too. We meet Rio de Janeiro’s new mayor, find out why it took nearly 100 years for a new subway extension to be added in…

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Midori House, 1318

12 January 2017

Monocle’s Tomos Lewis discusses the day's top news stories, from American troops in Europe to Donald Trump's press relations, with journalists Samira Shackle and Matthew Green.

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