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The Briefing, 1471

29 June 2017

We ask what Donald Trump’s revised travel ban will mean for people travelling to the US, discuss whether Hong Kong is the acceptable face of Beijing and ponder if social media is harming our understanding of science. Plus…

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The Globalist, 1479

29 June 2017

We discuss Donald Trump’s White House summit with the newly elected president of South Korea and continue our week-long analysis of Hong Kong as the city celebrates two decades following the handover from British governance…

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The Monocle Daily, 1468

28 June 2017

With no end in sight to the diplomatic row between Qatar and its Gulf neighbours, we look at the international ramifications. We also ask who’s behind the helicopter attack on Venezuela’s Supreme Court and inspect the UK’s…

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Midori House, 1437

28 June 2017

We assess the US’s announcement that a chemical weapons attack might be imminent in Syria, look at the relationship between China and India, and ask whether the UK should be asserting itself on the world stage more firmly…

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The Briefing, 1470

28 June 2017

Monocle’s technology correspondent David Phelan explains cyber attacks and how they can affect the world’s largest companies and we ask how the White House should deal with Damascus. Plus: are Berlin’s nightclubs as good…

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The Globalist, 1478

28 June 2017

We debate the wisdom – or folly – of diplomatic red lines in Syria, analyse the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong’s handover from the UK and check in with our editor at the World Economic Forum in Dalian, China.

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The Monocle Daily, 1467

27 June 2017

The EU has fined Google a record €2.4bn for breaching antitrust laws. It's the largest EC penalty ever — but how has it been calculated and will it be effective? Plus: the significance of Farc’s disarmament in Colombia and…

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Midori House, 1436

27 June 2017

We dissect the inconsistencies of Theresa May’s attempts to form a government, question what the future holds for EU citizens in the UK, ask whether the US should intervene further in Syria and learn why a poll suggests…

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The Briefing, 1469

27 June 2017

As Brazilian president Michel Temer is charged with corruption, we ask what it will mean for the country. Meanwhile, we speak to the UK Labour party’s former director of communications about coalition deals. Plus: the…

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The Globalist, 1477

27 June 2017

We unpack day one of Narendra Modi’s visit to the US, where he met president Donald Trump. Plus: EU defence, Germany’s print media scene and design in Tel Aviv.

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The Monocle Daily, 1466

26 June 2017

Some aspects of Donald Trump's travel ban have been allowed by the US Supreme Court. But how much of a win is it for the president? Plus: Emmanuel Macron meets Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mongolia heads to the polls and what we…

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Midori House, 1435

26 June 2017

We unpick the deal struck between the UK’s minority Conservative government and its new DUP partner, learn why The White House is not hosting its traditional Eid dinner and ask whether the media could have done more to…

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The Briefing, 1468

26 June 2017

We ask what Iraq will look like once Isis has left Mosul and discuss the deal between the Democratic Unionist Party and the Conservatives. Plus: Monocle’s correspondent in Belgrade tells us about progress on LGBT rights in…

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The Globalist, 1476

26 June 2017

Donald Trump calls prime minister Narendra Modi his friend – could it be because of India’s $2bn deal to buy drones from the US? We also look at the role of Al Jazeera in the region, as pressure mounts on Qatar over its…

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The Monocle Weekly, 416

25 June 2017

We’re joined by editor in chief of ‘HuffPost’ Lydia Polgreen, speak with photographer and artist Gregory Crewdson about his show ‘Cathedral of the Pines’ and welcome back beer expert and writer Pete Brown to discuss his new…

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