94

June 2016

Chart a fresh course. Rub-a-dub-dub, time to buy a sub. Our editors, correspondents, first mates and midshipmen take to the high seas to cover disputes, handsome hulls and good tackle.

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Making a splash

The sea is full of surprises, inspiring maritime nations, nautical architecture, shipping families and more. In this issue we celebrate everything the world’s waters have to offer – and one of us had to prise himself away…

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School of Foreign Service

Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service is where the world’s top dogs learn their tricks. With leading academics and powerful policy-makers, the institution – and its students – is nothing if not ambitious.

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Defence briefing

Why one of the biggest fights for Italy’s defence minister is her own standing – and some naval natter.

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Going native

Hawaiian food is about more than sticking a pineapple on a pizza and calling it fusion. At the Livestock Tavern it means home cooking in every sense.

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Asia briefing

Taiwanese roll the dice, Japan’s youth head for the ballot box and Hong Kongers hop in a dragon boat.

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Pleasure island

The Princes Islands in the Sea of Marmara are strewn with summer homes but none recall Turkey’s mid-century moment like this 1950s retreat. In fact, there’s still an echo of those times in its clean lines – and the occas…

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Blinded by the sun

Africa’s tropical island of São Tomé isn’t so much a paradise lost as an opportunity squandered. Monocle reports on why corruption and misguided ambition are blights on an otherwise unspoilt landscape.

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