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The Foreign Desk, 186

29 July 2017

Donald Trump’s first six months in the Oval Office have given us plenty to talk about. His policies aren’t passing, his tweets keep coming – and what about that wall? But accusations against him and his closest allies are…

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The Curator, 302

29 July 2017

Tom Edwards and Daniel Giacopelli bring you a selection of highlights from the past week on Monocle 24. This week we visit Calgary Stampede – the world’s biggest rodeo festival, meet the director of a documentary examining…

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The Monocle Daily, 1490

28 July 2017

We assess the danger posed by North Korea's latest missile launch, look at colourful language in politics after Anthony Scaramucci's outburst and hear from Rome as drought-stricken Italy tries to save water.

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Midori House, 1459

28 July 2017

With the business community warning of rising insurance premiums and scores of uninsured citizens, was the GOP’s unpopular health bill doomed from the start? Monocle’s Tyler Brûlé discusses the details with Andrew Tuck, Tom…

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The Briefing, 1492

28 July 2017

We ask what’s next for Donald Trump’s healthcare plans and find out why the French government is nationalising a shipyard. Plus: we discuss the world’s most popular cities and tell you why London’s architecture is best…

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The Globalist, 1500

28 July 2017

Under attack from President Trump, US attorney general Jeff Sessions has publicly defended his decision to recuse himself from the Russia probe; we ask if his days are numbered. Plus: China’s naval power, the decline of the…

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The Monocle Daily, 1489

27 July 2017

We discuss how events at the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem could shape future politics in Israel and beyond. Plus, why has Justin Trudeau's appearance on a magazine cover ruffled feathers in Canada? And we learn about Port…

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The Urbanist, 302

27 July 2017

On this week’s episode we look at how religion has shaped our cities: be it how communities gather, influencing popular culture or impacting the levels of pollution.

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Midori House, 1458

27 July 2017

Jeffrey Howard joins Oscar Guardiola Rivera and Monocle’s Andrew Mueller to discuss what’s really at play in Donald Trump’s feud with Jeff Sessions. Plus: why Barack Obama has been silent on the GOP health bill, how the…

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The Briefing, 1491

27 July 2017

The UK has confirmed that it is ending free movement; what will it mean for Europe? We also discuss Jerusalem’s security situation and Sweden’s political crisis. Plus: why is next month’s solar eclipse causing a bit of stir…

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The Globalist, 1499

27 July 2017

As Donald Trump says he will ban transgender people from serving in the military, the announcement is met with bewilderment within the Pentagon and beyond. Plus: Putin in Finland, a closer look at ‘reputation laundering’…

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The Monocle Daily, 1488

26 July 2017

We ask what Donald Trump’s view on transgender members of the military will mean for the US? Plus: the latest in the Venezuela’s political crisis the biggest stories from Australia.

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Midori House, 1457

26 July 2017

John Everard joins George Brock and Monocle’s Andrew Mueller to discuss whether US Republican leaders’ anxiety about political inaction is getting worse. Plus: North Korea threatens to strike US soil, MSNBC soars in the…

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The Foreign Desk, Explainer 75: Communist beach party

26 July 2017

Every August the inner circle of China’s communist party decamp to a woody coastal compound 300km east of Beijing. But is this just a chance to top up a tan or two or is it about political tactics and securing power?

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The Briefing, 1490

26 July 2017

We discuss how the Kremlin will respond to The White House’s ambiguity over Russian sanctions and ask whether Libya could be on the path to reconciliation after the country’s opposing governments commit to a ceasefire. Plus…

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