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11 December 2017

Our bureau chief Ed Stocker and French correspondent Marie Billon discuss the day’s top stories including Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to Brussels, why the US still has more than 20 ambassadorships left to appoint and a…

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The Briefing, 1588

11 December 2017

Monocle’s New York bureau chief Ed Stocker on Donald Trump’s relationship with Israel. Plus: the new leader of France’s centre-right party, how China is spying on German politicians and Brazilian Christmas celebrations.

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The Globalist, 1596

11 December 2017

What role can the UK play in the Middle East? Also, the latest on the unrest in Jerusalem and the new direction France’s Conservatives are taking.

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The Monocle Weekly, 440

10 December 2017

We get into the holiday spirit with Patricia Michelson, founder of La Fromagerie cheese shop, who talks us through the perfect seasonal cheeseboard. We also hear from Tromsø in northern Norway, where Monocle’s Melkon Cha…

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The Foreign Desk, 205

9 December 2017

The war in Yemen has been long, complicated and devastating for the people that live there. But is the death this week of former leader and Arab strongman Ali Abdullah Saleh a catalyst for positive change or the start of…

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The Curator, 321

9 December 2017

Tom Edwards and Henry Rees-Sheridan present Monocle 24’s highlights show. This week: musician Plan B and actor Ed Skrein discuss Barry Jenkins; former British foreign secretary David Miliband talks Brexit; and former Hai…

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The Monocle Daily, 1585

8 December 2017

We analyse the latest from the UK government’s farcical Brexit negotiations, discuss tensions in eastern Europe and unrest in Israel and Palestine, and find out the best things to do in Milan this weekend.

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The Monocle Weekly, The Classics 50: Beth Shapiro

8 December 2017

We talk to evolutionary biologist Beth Shapiro about whether it might ever be possible to bring back extinct creatures such as the woolly mammoth – and what developments in this field mean for creatures currently roaming…

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Midori House, 1554

8 December 2017

Monocle’s Andrew Mueller, Carlota Rebelo, Henry Rees-Sheridan and Tom Edwards look at the week’s top stories including the consequences of Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, the future of a federal…

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The Briefing, 1587

8 December 2017

Does the “major breakthrough” in Brexit negotiations mean the UK is almost certainly leaving the EU? We examine a massive arms deal between Qatar and France, and discuss YouTube’s venture into music streaming. Plus: why do…

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The Globalist, 1595

8 December 2017

First reactions to the Brexit deal made between the UK and Brussels, why one fast-food chain has managed to become an essential part of Japanese Christmas, plus the day’s top business news.

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The Monocle Daily, 1584

7 December 2017

We analyse the unrest unfolding in the Middle East over the status of Jerusalem. Plus: we ask why politician David Davis is doing nothing for the UK’s interests in Europe and learn which musicians from different countries…

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The Urbanist, 321

7 December 2017

What role do technology giants play in urban planning? And what do you love the most about your city? Plus: an audio essay on Venice’s troubled relationship with water.

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Midori House, 1553

7 December 2017

We get the international reaction to the US’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, discuss Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s visit to Greece and find out what new painting is heading to Abu Dhabi’s…

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