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The Briefing, 1232

29 July 2016

As Hillary Clinton becomes the Democratic nominee for the presidency, we speak to delegates at the DNC in Philadelphia, and ask what’s next. Then, we find out why Al Nusra Front is distancing itself from Al Qaeda in Syria…

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The Globalist, 1240

29 July 2016

As the Democratic National Convention comes to a close, Monocle’s Tomos Lewis reports from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. Plus: we hear from our Tokyo Bureau ahead of the city’s gubernatorial election and examine…

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The Monocle Daily, 1229

28 July 2016

Hawaiian governor David Ige tells us why he thinks Hillary Clinton is heading for the White House. Meanwhile, as the Democrats and Republicans agree on returning the Glass-Steagall Act, we ask what that might mean for…

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The Urbanist, 250

28 July 2016

In this special episode of ‘The Urbanist’ we look at the highs and lows of Rio’s urban makeover, how the city will be seen during the Games and more importantly what will remain after the Olympic movement leaves town.

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Midori House, 1207

28 July 2016

We look at why the French media are beginning to stop publishing photos and names of terrorists, analyse Barack Obama’s endorsement of Hillary Clinton and ask whether the Syria conflict is turning a corner. Plus: we ques…

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The Briefing, 1231

28 July 2016

We discuss the challenges facing German leader Angela Merkel and examine the French media’s reaction to a string of terrorist attacks in the country. Plus: the director of the Museum of London and a look at the branding of…

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The Globalist, 1239

28 July 2016

Quitaly and why Italy’s Five Star Movement wants to hold a referendum on the single currency: we unpack what’s happening across Europe post-Brexit. Plus: we discuss day three of the Democratic National Convention and exa…

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The Monocle Daily, 1228

27 July 2016

Hillary Clinton makes history as the first female presidential nominee but why has it taken the US so long to get so close to having a woman leader? Plus: Canada’s relationship with Nato and Russia, the reality behind the…

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Midori House, 1206

27 July 2016

We ask why the US has never had a female presidential candidate, discuss why Russia might be warming to Donald Trump and examine Greco-Turkish relations. Plus: why Finland and Norway might be moving mountains.

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The Briefing, 1230

27 July 2016

We analyse France’s security procedures in the wake of the country’s second terrorist attack in two weeks. Plus: the latest from Philadelphia and Istanbul.

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The Globalist, 1238

27 July 2016

We discuss UK-Italy relations, get the latest from the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia and consider the future of women in militaries around the world. Plus: the impact of big real-estate deals in London and…

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The Monocle Daily, 1227

26 July 2016

In the wake of recent terror attacks Bavaria’s leader calls for identity checks on refugees, putting him at odds with chancellor Angela Merkel. Meanwhile in Philadelphia, justice reform is at the core of the Democrat’s…

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Midori House, 1205

26 July 2016

We assess the opening day of the Democrat convention in Philadelphia, ask what John Kerry and the Philippines’ president Rodrigo Duterte have in common and find out why Tonga wants to send skiers to the Winter Olympics.

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The Briefing, 1229

26 July 2016

We discuss the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia and analyse Turkish press freedom following the recent attempted coup. Plus: our luxury expert explains why LVMH has sold the Donna Karan International brand and our man…

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