27 May 2014
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27 May 2014
Dan Bilefsky, Europe correspondent for the New York Times, joins Andrew Tuck to see what measures might be invoked to curb the “remoteness” of Europe, we also look at why Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif are meeting on Modi’s first day in office, Pharrell Williams discusses his new GIRL exhibition in Paris with Monocle’s Daphné Hezard, and our Asia editor at large, Kenji Hall, reports on good bathing etiquette in Japan.
27 May 2014
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