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Poll position

As the old saying goes, the personal is political. Here, five mayors prove just that as they demonstrate how individual decision-making can fundamentally shape a city’s future.

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The Agenda: Affairs

Denmark’s new wave of entrepreneurs, therapy gardens in Ukraine and eradicating malaria.

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At the front

The price of tourists’ incivility, updates from Europe’s coastlines and more.

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Drones in modern warfare, Norway’s business-minded prince and the US election.

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The Opener

The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Belgium’s election and this month’s takehomes.

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The Agenda: The Opener

The stories you should be paying attention to – and the ones you might have missed.

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Centre stage

Now well into his second term in office, Greece’s prime minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, tells us about re-establishing moderate, modernising politics in the country and how Athens can wield influence in Europe and beyond.

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The Agenda: Diplomacy

A chat with Lithuania’s prime minister, Italy’s charm offensive in Africa and the pitfalls of a long-standing US democratic scheme.

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The Opener

A conversation with Chris Black, co-host of the How Long Gone podcast, ecological risk in the South Atlantic, plus updates from our correspondents around the world.

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The Opener

Monocle has a network of correspondents in cities around the world. Our brief updates here include news on an unexpected discovery in London, Bangkok’s marijuana U-turn and an arty theme park in LA.

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The Agenda: Affairs

India’s travel boom, the Philippines’ junk-food habit and Europe’s strategic autonomy.

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The Opener

Kyrgyzstan’s flag row, Australia’s seal problem, US psychics and Italy’s generation strain.

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Lines of defence

In an age of ideological division and looming environmental catastrophe, a nation’s ability to ensure its citizens’ safety is more important than ever. Here, we meet some of the people around the world who are working to…

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The Opener

Protest music in Iceland, the UK talks turkey and why some authors get cabin fever.

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Ahead of the curve

Our annual overview of present and future pioneers in commerce, infrastructure and civil society includes news of the European nation getting sleeper trains back on track, the ride-hailing platform that’s expanding across…

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What’s The Big Idea?

We profile some of the brightest founders and firms that have identified new markets and revenue streams. Plus, how to build a charming co-working space, the perfect office chair and more.

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Affairs

The stories you should be paying attention to – and the ones you might have missed.

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The Opener

Reporting from...Monocle’s global bureaux keep their ears to the ground in a bevvy of far-flung locales – and they’re there to keep you abreast of the latest developments. This month: crossing the road and retail.

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Defence

The US Navy’s new therapy dog, the benefits of claiming neutrality and the Indian diplomat with Hollywood appeal.

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Hit your stride

Opportunity and discovery are everywhere. But sometimes we can lack a little imagination when it comes to making the most of it. Allow us to step in with some humble proposals that are designed to give you some momentum…

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Bright ideas, big cities

From rising rents to loneliness, five writers discuss Ed Stocker /the challenges facing modern urban areas – and explore the innovative solutions that are required.

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Affairs

Andrew Mueller surveys the military hardware that will reshape modern warfare in the years to come.

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Should Australia open its borders?

Australia’s pandemic has been marked by robust early success and a restrictive, prolonged isolation that comes from resting on those laurels. Our expert Aussie panel discusses what both reveal about its national character…

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Do we need royal families?

What are the benefits, if any, of having an unelected family reigning over a nation’s people? And is this archaic institution on its way out? Monocle’s panel debates whether monarchies, republics or a happy mixture of the…

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