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Midori House - latest episodes
We unpick Theresa May’s speech about the meaning of Brexit and ask why some Democrat politicians are boycotting Donald Trump’s inauguration. Plus: why Chinese president Xi Jinping is talking up the benefits of globalisation…
We ask what effect Donald Trump’s comments on Nato will have on world affairs and why France organised talks between Israel and Palestine. Plus: Turkey’s approach to combating terror attacks and why a train is derailing…
We discuss the day’s top news stories, from the legacy of Joe Biden to Xi Jinping’s trip to Davos.
Monocle’s Tomos Lewis discusses the day's top news stories, from American troops in Europe to Donald Trump's press relations, with journalists Samira Shackle and Matthew Green.
Monocle’s Steve Bloomfield discusses Trump’s press conference and the death of Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani with Raffaello Pantucci and Alistair Bunkall.
Monocle’s editor Andrew Tuck discuss the day's top news stories with Xenia Wickett and Jeffrey Howard, including nepotism in the White House and how to give a farewell address.
From US-UK relations and Barack Obama's legacy to Italy’s Five Star Movement and political celebrities, we review the day's top news stories with Monocle editor Andrew Tuck and journalists Michael Binyon and Mary Dejevsky…
Monocle’s Tom Edwards, Steve Bloomfield and Henry Rees-Sheridan discuss the day’s top news stories, from Donald Trump’s intelligence briefing on Russia’s cyber activities to a debate about the world’s worst airports.
We discuss the day's top news, from the future of the US intelligence community, Obamacare and Turkish politics to the proper way to negotiate Brexit.
We ask whether we should listen to more expert advice when it comes to politics and hear about a divisive high-profile court case in Israel. Plus: Donald Trump’s latest attack on security services.
New difficulties plague the ceasefire in Syria. Meanwhile in the US, Republicans give up their plan to weaken the US ethics committee after criticism from Donald Trump. Plus: what is the best approach to diplomatic spats…
The implications of the Istanbul terrorist attack, what 2017 could bring for the EU and the French law that gives holidaying employees the right to ignore work emails.
Monocle’s editor in chief Tyler Brûlé hosts a fun and festive review of the year, with contributions from our editors and writers. Plus: a very special guest pays a visit to Midori House.
We hear about Turkey’s role in helping to alleviate the ongoing conflict in Aleppo, learn why the Swiss want a more flexible relationship with the EU and ask whether 2016 really has been a year to forget. Plus: find out…
We discuss the evolving situation in Aleppo and the Italian parliament’s approval of the new government. Plus: how just one typo might have led to the DNC being hacked.