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The Globalist, 2166

17 February 2020

As the Munich Security Conference draws to a close, we ask what 2020 holds for global security and unpack the talks that did (and didn’t) happen. Plus: the likelihood of peace in Libya, the latest in US politics and what’s…

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The Monocle Minute, 126

17 February 2020

Why crossing the road could soon land you behind bars in Phoenix, and what makes Austria one of Europe’s most charming destinations.

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The Bulletin with UBS, 280

17 February 2020

Spoiler alert: the answer is “no”. The chief economist of UBS Global Wealth Management and the founder and CEO of Otonomos join the show to help explain why bitcoin (or any other cryptocurrency) is not fit to settle such…

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Meet the Writers, 219

16 February 2020

Daniel Kehlmann, Germany’s best-selling postwar novelist, discusses his country’s literary humour, the origin of fairy tales and his new book, ‘Tyll’, which has now been translated into English and is set to be a Netflix…

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The Monocle Weekly, 554

16 February 2020

We meet author Susannah Cahalan whose new book, ‘The Great Pretender’, unpacks the complicated history of the treatment of the mentally ill. Plus: photographer Martin Andersen on his photos that capture his love of Totte…

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Monocle on Sunday, 5

16 February 2020

Chef Ralph Schelling and Florian Egli from the Foraus think-tank join Georgina Godwin for a morning of clever conversation, broadcast live in front of an audience at the Monocle Shop and café in Zürich.

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The Curator, 434

16 February 2020

Markus Hippi and Fernando Augusto Pacheco present a selection of highlights from the past seven days on Monocle 24. This week: Sweden’s first state architect, Helena Bjarnegård; founder and CEO of skincare brand Rodial,…

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The Foreign Desk, 319

15 February 2020

Last Saturday’s general election in the Republic of Ireland ended a solid, century-old political duopoly. Sinn Fein, the party best known as the political wing of the IRA, won more votes than Fianna Fail or Fine Gael. How…

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The Stack, 390

15 February 2020

We speak to Ben Kelway about his book celebrating 25 years of ‘Arena Homme+’. Plus: Pamela Fiori on her book telling the history of travel title ‘Holiday’ and we review the latest edition of Uniqlo’s magazine, ‘LifeWear’…

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Monocle's House View, 2105

15 February 2020

Georgina Godwin is joined by Vincent McAviney and Elisabeth Braw to discuss the European newspapers.

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The Menu, 435

14 February 2020

We feature a new Helsinki restaurant that’s pushing the boundaries in sourcing local ingredients and a UK initiative supporting hospitality entrepreneurs. Plus: what’s bubbling on Poland’s food and restaurant scene.

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Monocle's House View, 2104

14 February 2020

We recap the week in politics by looking at the election result in Ireland and the Democratic party primaries in the US. Plus: what makes a good Bond theme song? We discuss the latest effort from Billie Eilish and a few…

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The Way to Work, 2

14 February 2020

We’re at the World Economic Forum in Davos to learn about the future of work, with global leaders in business, government, academia and civil society. We’ll discuss how innovation and multi-sector co-operation can safeguard…

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The Briefing, 2157

14 February 2020

The FT’s political editor, George Parker, and the former spin doctor Sean Kemp unpack a dramatic week in Westminster. Plus: what to expect from the Munich Security Conference, reflections from the campaign trail in New…

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