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The Briefing, 1510

23 August 2017

With Donald Trump taking another defensive tone at a rally in Phoenix we ask whether there’s a growing divide between his staunchest supporters and mainstream voters. Plus: Poland boosts its defence capability by offering…

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The Globalist, 1518

23 August 2017

We look at the US’s ongoing involvement in Afghanistan, ask why the UK needs the European Court of Justice and find out why avocados are selling on the black market.

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The Monocle Daily, 1507

22 August 2017

We get the latest on the ongoing row between Turkey and Germany, hear why Saudi Arabia wants to help rebuild Iraq and assess why Serbia has withdrew diplomats from Macedonia. Plus: The Village Voice ends its print public…

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Midori House, 1476

22 August 2017

We look at reactions to president Trump’s Afghanistan strategy and see why the UK seems to have come full circle in its Brexit goals. Plus: how many political parties are too many?

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The Briefing, 1509

22 August 2017

We ask if Donald Trump is beginning to pursue a more aggressive foreign policy and discuss why the world’s oldest publishing house has reversed a decision to censor content in China. Plus: a bizarre plan to encourage young…

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The Globalist, 1517

22 August 2017

We find out why an annual military exercise provoked a threat from North Korea aimed at Australia. Plus: Angela Merkel’s election campaign takes shape, Michael Bloomberg’s new global business forum and Brazil’s carwash…

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The Monocle Daily, 1506

21 August 2017

What is Donald Trump’s strategy for military intervention in Afghanistan? We get insights from the former special representative for the country, Michael Semple, and Paul Rogers, professor of peace studies at the University…

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Midori House, 1475

21 August 2017

We discuss the role of Morocco in Islamic extremism and Trump’s much-anticipated Afghanistan strategy. Plus: favourite pastimes for a solar eclipse.

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The Briefing, 1508

21 August 2017

A former terror chief tells us how Europe’s police forces are attempting to find the suspect of last week’s Barcelona attack and we ask whether Donald Trump will increase the number of US troops in Afghanistan. Plus: how…

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The Globalist, 1516

21 August 2017

From Barcelona to Finland, we explore how terrorism affects the communities it targets. Plus: homophobia in Chechnya and pop music’s favourite brands.

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The Monocle Weekly, 424

20 August 2017

We meet singer-songwriters The Rails, whose new record ‘Other People’ continues the husband-and-wife duo’s smart update on folk traditions. Plus, a report on how the Amsterdam brewing scene hots up for summer and we speak…

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The Foreign Desk, 189

19 August 2017

In part three of our summer series we explore how autocratic leaders have built a personality cult. We look at the personality traits needed to build one and look at dictators’ legacies once the parades cease and the sta…

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The Curator, 305

19 August 2017

Tom Edwards and Markus Hippi present highlights from Monocle 24. This week we sit down with David Lowery, writer and director of ‘A Ghost Story’, head to Brazil for a report from the Paraty International Literary Festival…

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The Monocle Daily, 1505

18 August 2017

Steve Bannon has left the White House – did he jump or was he pushed? And what next for the branch of conservatism he symbolised? Plus: the strange story of Grace Mugabe in South Africa.

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Midori House, 1474

18 August 2017

Andrew Mueller, Andrew Tuck, Henry Rees-Sheridan, Carlota Rebelo and Fernando Augusto Pacheco discuss the day’s top stories from the terrorist attack in Barcelona, to how the US president is being linked to the KKK. Plus…

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