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Midori House, 1347

22 February 2017

Are populist politicians making people more angry? We also discuss Bavaria's plans to ban the full-face veil even though it only has a small Muslim population – and why has the president of Iceland been forced to clarify…

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The Briefing, 1380

22 February 2017

A look at the relationship between Israel and Australia. We also ask why South Africa wants out from the International Criminal Court and preview this week's ‘The Menu: Live’.

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The Globalist, 1388

22 February 2017

Why centre-left politician Martin Schulz is gaining ground on Angela Merkel in Germany's election race, the prison sentence given to Israeli soldier Elor Azaria for an unprovoked killing and the reason Ivanka Trump’s name…

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The Monocle Daily, 1377

21 February 2017

We discuss Emmanuel Macron's trip to London, find out who's calling the shots regarding Europe in the White House and ask if Donald Trump's new national-security adviser is bad news for Russia. Plus Neil Irwin of the ‘New…

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Midori House, 1346

21 February 2017

We ask if Nato members spend enough on defence and discuss whether there is such a thing as absolute free speech. We also ask if China can do more to curb the excesses of North Korea and whether other countries will benefit…

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The Briefing, 1379

21 February 2017

We learn the back story of new US national-security adviser Lieutenant General HR McMaster, discuss the trial of soldiers accused of the attempted assassination of Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and hear why Züri…

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The Globalist, 1387

21 February 2017

We learn how the UK’s EU counterparts view its Brexit negotiation strategy, get the latest on the strained diplomatic relations between China, North Korea and Malaysia, and reflect on yesterday's parliamentary debate about…

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The Monocle Daily, 1376

20 February 2017

We discuss the political and security situations in eastern Ukraine and Mosul, analyse last weekend’s Munich Security Conference and review the Asian newspapers.

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Midori House, 1345

20 February 2017

After Donald Trump's confusing reference to "what's happening in Sweden", Michael Goldfarb joins Mary Dejevsky and Tom Edwards to discuss some of the real issues affecting the nation. Plus: how Trump's America has hit…

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The Briefing, 1378

20 February 2017

How do Swedes feel about Donald Trump trashing their country? We also discuss whether the UK's upper chamber could block the process of leaving the EU and find out whether a rocket launch in Cape Canaveral has ushered in…

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The Globalist, 1386

20 February 2017

Has Donald Trump's first month in office been as chaotic as it has often appeared? We also discuss the Iraqi army’s major offensive to retake western Mosul and review the European front pages.

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The Monocle Weekly, 398

19 February 2017

We talk to Ling Lee, co-curator of ‘Robots’, the new exhibition at London’s Science Museum, which looks at the relationship between humans and our mechanical friends. Plus: typographer Nadine Chahine on how to make fonts…

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The Foreign Desk, 163

18 February 2017

Kim Jong-un now finds himself facing a foe who also understands the awesome and disorienting power of unpredictability. How will North Korea negotiate the age of Donald Trump?

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The Curator, 279

18 February 2017

Tom Edwards and Markus Hippi bring you all the best bits from the past seven days on Monocle 24. This week: Australian entrepreneur Jasper Cuppaidge on the success of Camden Town Brewery; design director of ‘The New York…

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