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The Globalist, 713

Wednesday 23 July

We discuss the diplomatic fallout in the aftermath of MH17, ask whether the Commonwealth really matters anymore, and learn how to make the perfect Aperol Spritz.

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The Monocle Daily, 707

Tuesday 22 July

As a rocket lands close to Ben Gurion airport in Israel, Ben Hartman of The Jerusalem Post discusses what it might mean for the ongoing conflict. We also look at EU foreign ministers’ response to Russia regarding MH17, and…

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Tuesday 22 July

Samira Shackle and James Schneider assess what hope there is for an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire for Gaza, our Madrid correspondent explains how hundreds of major artworks in Spain have disappeared, and our music review…

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The Briefing, 704

Tuesday 22 July

Will South Korea begin the process of national healing after finding the body of a businessman connected with the Sewol ferry disaster? We also profile Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's political future and dis…

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Stars on the wane?

Tuesday 22 July

In 1969 the US put a man on the moon – but what would said man think of today’s space efforts? Tom Edwards heeds the clarion call of the late Neil Armstrong.

This weekend marked a full 45 years since that most celebrated of “small steps” by Neil Armstrong put man on the moon.

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The Globalist, 712

Tuesday 22 July

Atef Alshaer and Amjad Iraqi assess the latest from the conflict between the IDF and Hamas. Plus: as Thailand's military junta opens a “reconciliation festival” in Bangkok we look at the evolution of propaganda in Southeast…

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The Monocle Daily, 706

Monday 21 July

Find out how Russia views the MH17 tragedy through the eyes of professor Nina L Khrushcheva. You can also discover how the US is reporting the crisis in Gaza and what Bellingcat founder Eliot Higgins hopes to contribute to…

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Monday 21 July

Jeffrey Coffman and John Everard discuss the political implications of the Malaysia Airlines disaster, asking whether EU leaders will show backbone when it comes to stricter sanctions. We also check in with Colombia corr…

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The Briefing, 703

Monday 21 July

We discuss the media’s coverage of the Gaza conflict, hear why Russian president Vladimir Putin may be backing down over MH17, and catch up with the increasing number of gay storylines in Brazilian soap operas

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The Globalist, 711

Monday 21 July

A look at the continuing developments surrounding the MH17 crash scene with EU correspondent for the Sunday Times, Bojan Pancevski. We also assess the latest business headlines from Singapore and bring you the first inst…

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The Monocle Weekly, 263

Sunday 20 July

Monocle’s editor Andrew Tuck and culture editor Robert Bound meet the Syrian artist Issam Kourbaj, talk to financial journalist Alex Brummer, and hear the private histories of 20 pianos with the musician Ed McKeon.

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The Foreign Desk, 28

Saturday 19 July

Monocle’s foreign editor Steve Bloomfield looks back at this year’s World Cup in Brazil, focusing on the future of the tournament and Fifa, the body that organises it. With author and broadcaster David Goldblatt and poet…

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The Curator, 144

Saturday 19 July

Monocle’s Tomos Lewis presents the best of this week on Monocle 24. Featuring a special report on the city of Kirkuk, highlights from our special broadcast from the Farnborough International Airshow, a whistle-stop tour of…

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The Monocle Daily, 705

Friday 18 July

We explore the MH17 tragedy in three cities: Melbourne, Amsterdam, and Kuala Lumpur. Plus, a review the Asian newspapers with Heidi Wang and we get recommendations for a Friday night out in Montréal.

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Friday 18 July

Mary Dejevsky and Robert Fox discuss the ongoing investigation into the Malaysia Airlines flight disaster. We also hear from our correspondent in Rio about life after the World Cup, and review the latest movie releases with…

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