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The Globalist, 2476

21 April 2021

We have analysis and reaction as a jury finds Derek Chauvin guilty on all three charges in the murder of George Floyd. Plus: we unpack Germany’s leadership race after both the CDU and Green parties name their candidates for…

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The Late Edition, 2407

20 April 2021

Why is a third wave of coronavirus infections hitting Canada so severely? Plus: wildfires destroy South Africa’s national archive; and Collision, one of North America’s largest tech summits, begins in Toronto.

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Monocle on Design, 497

20 April 2021

We head to Palm Springs, the idyllic desert retreat that’s become synonymous with mid-century modern architecture, to explore why this unassuming corner of California became a hub for modernist design.

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The Chiefs, 36

20 April 2021

Monocle’s editorial director Tyler Brûlé meets the head of security policy at Switzerland’s Federal Department of Defence, Civil Protection and Sport, ambassador Pälvi Pulli. They tackle the challenges facing conscription…

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The Briefing, 2468

20 April 2021

Editor of China Dialogue Isabel Hilton breaks down Chinese president Xi Jinping’s latest remarks challenging the US leadership. Plus: what the world is learning about emerging coronavirus variants, the Christian Democratic…

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The Globalist, 2475

20 April 2021

We get the latest on Alexei Navalny’s deteriorating condition and hear about a record defence deal signed by Greece and Israel. Plus, we meet the CEO of Collision, one of the world’s leading technology summits.

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The Late Edition, 2406

19 April 2021

Germany’s Green party put forward a candidate for chancellor for the first time in 40 years. Plus, a royal summit to decide the future of the monarchy, the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and the rise in dog theft in the UK.

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Monocle on Culture, 497

19 April 2021

Two independent US record labels – Jagjaguwar and Secretly Canadian, which both operate under the Secretly Group – celebrate their 25th anniversaries this year. Their co-founders Darius Van Arman and Chris Swanson join…

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The Briefing, 2467

19 April 2021

Monocle’s Tyler Brûlé and Benno Zogg have the latest on a dramatic spy row between Russia and the Czech Republic. Plus, we ask whether the Green Party’s Annalena Baerbock can win Germany’s federal elections, examine Cuba…

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The Monocle Weekly, Geoff Dyer on Photography

19 April 2021

Monocle’s Alexis Self speaks to writer Geoff Dyer, whose latest book, ‘See-Saw’, features his photography criticism published between 2010 and 2020, and essays on photographers and critics.

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The Globalist, 2474

19 April 2021

Does Jimmy Lai’s prison sentence mean the end of press freedom in Hong Kong? Plus: the travel bubble between New Zealand and Australia opens; Dr Chris Smith tells us why we should enjoy being outdoors as coronavirus rest…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 341

19 April 2021

Ahead of the launch of a new paper, UBS’s Angela Wiebeck is joined by special guests from Harvard Business School and Impact Institute to discuss the Banking for Impact group. This collaboration recognises that the finan…

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Meet the Writers, 281

18 April 2021

Georgina Godwin talks to Terri White, the award-winning magazine editor and current editor-in-chief of ‘Empire’ magazine. From the outside it seemed as though she was living the dream but this could not have been further…

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