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The Bulletin with UBS, 363

20 September 2021

We’re off to the fair! As Art Basel makes its much-anticipated return this week, we discuss the mood among fair-goers. Plus: we take a timely look at UBS and Art Basel’s jointly published, mid-year review, ‘Resilience in…

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Meet the Writers, 303

19 September 2021

Sebastian Faulks has been an indomitable force of the British literary scene since his first novel was published in 1984. His 1993 novel ‘Birdsong’ sold more than 2 million copies in the UK and regularly features as one of…

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Monocle on Sunday, 86

19 September 2021

Monocle’s Emma Nelson and panelists Caroline Frost, Vincent McAviney and Florian Egli on the weekend’s biggest news stories. Plus: what’s making headlines on the pages of ‘Süddeutsche Zeitung’.

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The Curator, 518

19 September 2021

A look ahead to the Canadian elections, an English-language bookshop in Copenhagen that’s changing the lives of citizens and the lead singer of British band Saint Etienne on their 10th album.

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The Foreign Desk, 403

18 September 2021

Police have increased security around the US Capitol ahead of a planned pro-Trump rally on 18 September. The expected demonstrations have brought a new wave of concern about the rise of populist anger. What is fuelling this…

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The Stack, 474

18 September 2021

This week on ‘The Stack’ we speak with the editor in chief of ‘Vogue Scandinavia’, the 28th global edition of the iconic title. Plus: we meet the editor of skateboarders’ bible ‘Thrasher’ magazine and read a photo book…

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Monocle on Saturday, 73

18 September 2021

Carlota Rebelo sets the tone for the weekend, Charles Hecker rounds up the day’s papers and Monocle’s editor in chief Andrew Tuck returns with his column. Plus: Andrew Mueller recaps what we learned this week.

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The Menu, 492

17 September 2021

The stories behind some of the most-used kitchen tools and appliances, plus legendary food writer Claudia Roden’s collection of her favourite recipes from the Mediterranean.

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The Monocle Daily, 2040

17 September 2021

The leaders of the Med7 gather in Athens to talk climate change and security. Monocle’s Fernando Augusto Pacheco and Markus Hippi discuss left-wing governments in the Nordics, air travel and the top 500 songs of all time…

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The Entrepreneurs, Eureka 262: Fettle

17 September 2021

Jeyda Heselton is the co-founder of Fettle, a technology-driven bicycle repair company based in the UK that was created to vastly improve the experience of getting your bike fixed. Fettle hopes that its platform will get…

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The Briefing, 2590

17 September 2021

Can the EU still rely on US military support? Plus: Brazil’s president Jair Bolsonaro slumps in the polls, the final instalment of our Canadian election series and theatre critic Matt Wolf celebrates the return of Broadway…

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The Globalist, 2611

17 September 2021

We discuss why Taiwan is bolstering its defence capabilities and explore why this weekend’s election in Russia matters – despite being a foregone conclusion. Plus: The last instalment of our Canadian election series and our…

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The Urbanist, 518

16 September 2021

Just how important is the Olympic legacy for the built environment? We assess how Tokyo 2020 has affected the city itself, look ahead to Paris 2024 and examine Rio 2016 too.

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The Monocle Daily, 2039

16 September 2021

James Rodgers and Mary Devejsky on the latest defence pact between the UK, US and Australia, the upcoming parliamentary elections in Russia and the importance of linear television. Plus: our weekly letter from New York.

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