The Globalist

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25 May 2021

Episode 2500

60 minutes

We investigate the implications of Roman Protasevich’s dramatic arrest for both geopolitics and aviation. Plus: what we learned from Aung San Suu Kyi’s first public appearance since February’s coup. Then, three years on from GDPR, we ask whether it’s actually made the internet a safer place, and we offer a tribute to legendary Brazilian architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha.

25 May 2021

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Chapter 1

No-fly zone

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Mark Galeotti and Murdo Morrison discuss the international reaction after Belarus diverted a commercial airliner in order to arrest a presidential critic and debate what the international community can do without pushing Minsk further into the arms of Russia.

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