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The Globalist, 3336

21 May 2024

Mass protests take place in Mexico as the nation prepares for its general elections. Meanwhile, Emmanuel Macron calls a third meeting of his defence and security council to discuss the unrest in New Caledonia. Plus: Thai…

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Monocle on Culture, 658

20 May 2024

We hear from contemporary art legends Gilbert and George, at their new exhibition in East London. Then we head to Tunis to take the temperature of the art scene and meet gallerist Selma Feriani. Plus: Richard Thompson drops…

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The Monocle Daily, 2769

20 May 2024

How will the death of Iran’s president affect conflicts in the Middle East? Meanwhile, Benny Gantz threatens to leave Israel’s war coalition, China and the West continue their tit-for-tat trade war and the Vatican tightens…

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The Briefing, 3300

20 May 2024

The death of Iran’s president Ebrahim Raisi in a helicopter crash has plunged the nation into political uncertainty so what happens next in Tehran? Then: France and Germany express ‘deep concern’ over the foreign agents…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 502

20 May 2024

Renewables account for the majority of energy capacity additions globally, and governments worldwide have recently committed to triple renewables by 2030. Our UBS panellists explain how private infrastructure offers an…

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Meet the Writers, 444

19 May 2024

Award-winning Scottish author and editor at large at the ‘London Review of Books’, Andrew O’Hagan has spent the past decade working on his state-of-the-nation novel, ‘Caledonian Road’. Employing the traditions of Victorian…

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Monocle on Sunday, 221

19 May 2024

Florian Egli and Samuel Schumacher join Monocle’s editorial director, Tyler Brûlé, to discuss the weekend’s hottest topics. We also speak to Andrew Beatty, Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands News Editor at Agence…

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The Curator, 657

19 May 2024

This week we look at ways to rebuild Syria, the vibrant food scene in Ho Chi Minh City and the top Swiss songs of all time.

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The Foreign Desk, 542

18 May 2024

Russia celebrated its annual Black Sea Fleet Day with a notably smaller fleet in Sevastopol than just a few years ago. How has Ukraine managed to win in the sea? What has the Nato military alliance learned from that success…

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The Stack, 613

18 May 2024

This week we speak to David Marchese and Lulu Garcia-Navarro about their new weekly series from ‘The New York Times’ called ‘The Interview’. We also speak to Sandra Reichl and Karin Novozamsky from the Austrian title ‘A…

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Monocle on Saturday, 207

18 May 2024

Author and political journalist, Terry Stiastny, joins Georgina Godwin to discuss the latest news from Israel, New Caledonia and the UK. Plus: the founder of the Hay Festival, Peter Florence, joins the show to talk about…

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The Menu, 626

17 May 2024

This week we sit down with Franco-Palestinian chef, Fadi Kattan, to hear about his new book, ‘Bethlehem’, and learn about the bonds that food can build within a community. Plus: Paige Reynolds meets wine writer Hannah…

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The Curator, What We Learned: Friday 17 May

17 May 2024

A round-up of this week’s news stories, including the sad demise of the New York-Dublin “portal” and the fallout from Eurovision 2024. 

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