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As Monocle gears up for a schedule teeming with plucky print products and top radio programmes, Tyler Brûlé outlines our editorial plans for the months to come.
Before toasting a cup craze and scouting the best penknife, we appraise Finnish fondness for fraternities and Russia’s yen for national pride.
Designed to keep going in all weather, this new driverless bus might not be fast (at least, not yet) but it’s certainly fun.
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The president of the Rhode Island School of Design sketches out the make-up of her tight team.
The star of ‘Deutschland 83’ reveals that acting is just a side hustle – his first love is music.
It’s a valued institution but its reputation has been under fire: Monocle explores the complex role of the Guardia Civil.
Surely Vladimir Putin’s grip on power won’t last forever? We meet the activists preparing for Russia’s future.
A cabinet reshuffle in Peru and how environmentalism could shake up the EU elections.
Press freedom comes under the spotlight and the UK’s ambassador to Switzerland tells all.
Airbus gets a much-needed military order while Canada’s navy searches for more seamen (and women).