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The Urbanist, 284

23 March 2017

Cities are busy beasts but being constantly surrounded by people doesn’t necessarily prevent us from feeling lonely. The hustle and bustle of city life can be overwhelming, especially for newcomers – so what’s the best way…

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Midori House, 1368

23 March 2017

We assess the aftermath of this week’s terrorist attack in London, learn why the Taliban is making gains in Afghanistan and assess the future of the EU.

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The Briefing, 1401

23 March 2017

Monocle’s Andrew Tuck, Steve Bloomfield and Tom Edwards discuss Wednesday’s terrorist attack in London. Plus: healthcare in America, business news from Bloomberg and a check-in from the world’s most important watch fair,…

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The Globalist, 1409

23 March 2017

Monocle’s Tadhg Enright, journalist Darren McCaffrey and counterterrorism expert Chris Phillips analyse yesterday’s attack in London. Plus: nepotism in the White House, politics in the Netherlands and the business news from…

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The Monocle Daily, 1398

22 March 2017

We speak to an eyewitness and the former head of the UK’s counterterrorism unit about the attack in London and ask whether Venezuela’s future is being determined by its tumultuous past. Plus: could Nova Scotia soon be home…

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Midori House, 1367

22 March 2017

We get the latest from Westminster following a suspected terror attack at the heart of the UK government. Meanwhile, what will we learn from today’s terror summit in the US? Plus: the Catholic church’s relationship with…

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The Briefing, 1400

22 March 2017

Our correspondent in Brussels shares the legacy of the terrorist attacks in Brussels, one year later. Plus: ways to defeat Islamic State, the FBI’s investigation of Russian ties to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, the…

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The Globalist, 1408

22 March 2017

As the US defence minister meets NATO’s secretary general Jens Stoltenberg, we ask just how strong is the transatlantic partnership? Plus: the EU’s Brexit playbook, race relations in Australia, business from Hong Kong and…

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The Monocle Daily, 1397

21 March 2017

Is there any logic behind the ban on certain electronic equipment in the cabin? Plus: Taiwan’s submarine project and the legacy of Bob Silvers, founding editor of the ‘New York Review of Books’.

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Midori House, 1366

21 March 2017

We try to assess what the long game of both Russia and the US might be after yesterday's election-tampering hearing. Plus: the life of Martin McGuinness, Europe's perspective on Brexit negotiations and why Brazil’s meat…

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The Briefing, 1399

21 March 2017

Following FBI director James Comey’s testimony before the House Intelligence Committee, we ask whether Vladimir Putin might now regret supporting Donald Trump. Plus: former secretary of state for Northern Ireland Peter Hain…

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The Globalist, 1407

21 March 2017

Japan’s Shinzo Abe arrives in Brussels for a series of talks on trade, France holds its first televised presidential debate and Rwanda’s only registered opposition party announces it will stand against president Paul Kagame…

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The Monocle Daily, 1396

20 March 2017

The FBI confirms it is investigating President Trump's Russia ties. Plus: what defence-co-operation between Germany and Britain will be like post-Brexit and a look at Tuesday's Asian papers.

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Midori House, 1365

20 March 2017

We discuss the latest revelations from the enquiry into US election meddling by Russia, analyse how Nato works, preview tonight’s French presidential election debate and ask why Norway is supposedly the happiest nation on…

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