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The Briefing, 1488

24 July 2017

We discuss the trial of journalists from one of Turkey’s few remaining opposition newspapers and ask whether Donald Trump can pardon himself. Plus: we talk fridge magnets and find out why India and China have fallen out…

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The Globalist, 1496

24 July 2017

We look at Rodrigo Duterte’s legacy in the Philippines so far, ask what’s next for France’s Front National and find out how Chinese news agency Xinhua’s new style guide is reflecting the country’s politics.

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The Monocle Weekly, 420

23 July 2017

We speak to musician and composer Soosan Lolavar about her new opera on immigration “ID, Please”. Plus, Norwegian author Morten Strøksnes reflects on his new book “Shark Drunk” and writer Alex Preston joins us to talk about…

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The Foreign Desk, 185

22 July 2017

Unofficial referendums, spurious elections, strikes and riots – the ongoing instability in Venezuela is taking its toll on the people that live there. But could things have been different? And what can be done to return the…

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The Curator, 301

22 July 2017

Tom Edwards and Chris Lord bring you a selection of highlights from the past week on Monocle 24. This week rock music industry veteran Danny Goldberg, filmmaker Matthew Heineman discusses his documentary ‘City of Ghosts’…

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The Monocle Daily, 1485

21 July 2017

Sean Spicer’s departure from the White House was widely predicted but does his resignation hint at deeper divides in the Trump administration? Plus: the president’s effort to discredit those investigating him, strikes…

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Midori House, 1454

21 July 2017

We look at the relationship between Germany and Turkey, ask whether technology companies can help solve some of our cities’ most pressing transport issues and discuss where a country’s capital city should be. Plus: Sean…

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The Briefing, 1487

21 July 2017

Chinese navy ships enter the Baltic sea for the first time and tensions escalate in German-Turkish relations. Plus: why are parts of Estonia going to get a bit taller?

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The Globalist, 1495

21 July 2017

We discuss the consequences for the frontline in Syria as US president Donald Trump decides to end the CIA’s clandestine programme providing weapons to rebel groups. Plus: why is the UK threatening to return nuclear waste…

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The Monocle Daily, 1484

20 July 2017

Poland's government is cracking down on the independence of the country’s judiciary – will the EU intervene? Plus: how the US Republican party will feel John McCain’s absence and how Canada might fill the chair of the…

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The Urbanist, 301

20 July 2017

Join us! A city can only evolve in the right way when citizens and communities are engaged in how changes should take place.

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Midori House, 1453

20 July 2017

We analyse Poland’s strained relationship with the EU, look at what pay rates in the UK TV industry mean for gender equality, discuss the future of Iraq and learn why China and the US can’t agree on trade.

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The Briefing, 1486

20 July 2017

We discuss the massive Nato military drills in eastern Europe and analyse the relationship between the rival Brexit negotiating teams. Plus: Monocle’s Culture editor Robert Bound tells us why hip-hop has become more popular…

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