7 Jun 2013
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7 June 2013
The Syrian army has recaptured the Golan Heights crossing on the ceasefire line with Israel; we head to Tel Aviv to gauge the reaction there. Monocle's Tokyo bureau chief sets the day's news agenda and we attempt to understand the real nature of money with author Felix Martin.
7 June 2013
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