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Midori House, 1645

25 April 2018

Join Monocle’s editors and guests drawn from our unrivalled pool of international commentators, analysts and experts to unpack the issues dominating the day’s agenda. From diplomatic wrangles and border disputes to big…

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The Briefing, 1685

25 April 2018

How will Iran respond to attempts to renegotiate the nuclear accord? Plus: Canada’s efforts to develop quantum radar, a journey through Rome’s waterways and the best way to woo a world leader.

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The Globalist, 1693

25 April 2018

We break down the military grandstanding between Taiwan and China and dissect the theatre around state dinners, after Trump welcomes Macron. Plus: a flip through the morning newspapers and a tour of Rome’s waterways, to…

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The Monocle Daily, 1682

24 April 2018

We look at what future US foreign policy may look like under new US secretary of state Mike Pompeo. Plus: what’s on the table for the meeting of G7 ministers in Toronto, how Europe and the US differ when approaching AI and…

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Midori House, 1644

24 April 2018

Samira Shackle and Charles Hecker discuss Mike Pompeo’s likely future as US secretary of state, Shinzo Abe’s declining fortunes with his electorate and hope in Mosul as Unesco launches a plan to rebuild the Great Mosque.

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The Briefing, 1684

24 April 2018

Japan’s pollsters reveal what the country thinks about its top politicians. Plus: China’s naval ambitions, the new US secretary of state and Monocle’s editor on a major urbanism conference in London.

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The Globalist, 1692

24 April 2018

We get the latest on the van attack in Toronto which left 10 people dead and discuss why Washington singled out just one Russian aluminium-producer for sanctions. Plus: we flip through the morning papers and ask what part…

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The Monocle Daily, 1681

23 April 2018

We hear from Toronto after a van hit pedestrians in a crowded area of the city. Plus, as US president Donald Trump hosts France’s Emmanuel Macron, we ask what to expect from the meeting. We also profile the new leader of…

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Midori House, 1643

23 April 2018

We discuss the increasing fragmentation of Isis, whether Macron’s Trump-whispering will prove successful and how the European Commission plans to protect whistleblowers.

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The Briefing, 1683

23 April 2018

We discuss the ways in which French president Emmanuel Macron is trying to establish himself on the world stage and look at what Australia’s banking commission has revealed about the country’s financial services. Plus:…

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The Globalist, 1691

23 April 2018

We assess Emmanuel Macron’s relationship with Donald Trump ahead of a state visit to Washington and get the latest on Italy’s failing attempts to create a government, as the battleground moves to a tiny state in the south…

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The Monocle Weekly, 459

22 April 2018

Microbiologist Dr Joseph Cook explains why his work studying ice sheets is becoming more urgent than ever – and why he’s now setting it to music with composer Hannah Peel. Plus, we welcome back London photographer Tom…

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The Big Interview, 82

22 April 2018

The author of numerous bestsellers, including ‘Fatherland’, ‘The Fear Index’ and ‘An Officer and a Spy’, sits down with Robert Bound to talk about his new novel ‘Munich’, as well as themes ranging from ancient Rome to…

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The Foreign Desk, 224

21 April 2018

When the US, the UK and France decided last week to launch airstrikes in Syria reactions were predictably divided. But has the idea that we shouldn’t intervene in other countries’ problems actually made them worse? Andrew…

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