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The Briefing, 951

Thursday 2 July

We check in with our correspondent in Athens and our editor-in-chief in northern Italy, explore American diplomacy in Latin America, look at the legacy of Nike co-founder Phil Knight and discuss a US investigation into…

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Affairs / Transport

End of the road

Thursday 2 July

Robert Bound toasts one of Britain’s best-known automotive models that has been taken out of production.

Well, that’s the end of an era. Bon voyage, the Land Rover, the best old bit of muddy-axled, boxy, agricultural engineering the world has ever seen. Want a new one? You’re too late. A couple of days ago the deadline passed…

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The Globalist, 959

Thursday 2 July

We discuss the latest developments in Greece, explore China's new security laws, get today’s business news from Shanghai, look at the future of Donna Karan and review the morning newspapers.

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The Monocle Daily, 948

Wednesday 1 July

After Greece fails to pay money owed to the IMF, we ask what happens to states that defy the Fund. We also turn to Puerto Rico, which has kept default at bay by making payments due today, but remains far from free of debt…

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Midori House, 936

Wednesday 1 July

We analyse the announcement by Barack Obama that the US will reopen its embassy in Cuba, get the latest on the Greek debt debacle and learn why China wants more influence in the world’s banking system.

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The Briefing, 950

Wednesday 1 July

We discuss the latest developments in Greece, talk border controls in Denmark, explore what the Heathrow runway announcement means for other large travel hubs and our man in Singapore explains the relaunch of The Straits…

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Affairs / Technology

Silicon solutions?

Wednesday 1 July

Daniel Giacopelli, presenter of ‘The Entrepreneurs’, on how not to digitise your country’s economy.

You’re the newly hired fresh face in the cabinet of Country X. Your central concerns: economic growth, innovation, building the business portfolio. We’ll assume you’ve been plucked from a forward-thinking start-up and…

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The Globalist, 958

Wednesday 1 July

We explore the latest developments with our correspondent in Athens, analyse the decision of the UK’s Airports Commission to back a third Heathrow runway, discuss the business news from Istanbul, and Michael Goldfarb,…

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The Monocle Daily, 947

Tuesday 30 June

As Greece heads towards a deadline to repay €1.6bn to the IMF, we discuss the impact of a default. Plus our Brazil correspondent reports on Dilma Rousseff’s visit to the US and we take a look at protests against proposed…

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Midori House, 935

Tuesday 30 June

We look at whether Europe could have averted the current Greek situation, analyse Dilma Rousseff’s visit to Washington and discuss one year of IS’s self-proclaimed caliphate.

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The Briefing, 949

Tuesday 30 June

We get the latest from Tunisia, discuss a deadly incident on Japan's Shinkansen train service, review the Latin American front pages and head to Paris to hear from an astronomer about tonight's leap second.

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The Globalist, 957

Tuesday 30 June

We discuss the economic situation in Greece and Iranian nuclear negotiations, Rahul Bedi looks at the day’s business news from India and we explore the television-news industry in Ukraine.

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The Monocle Daily, 946

Monday 29 June

As pro-government protesters in Athens rally against austerity, we reflect on the impact a possible Eurozone exit could have on the country's stability and regional relations. We also discuss the EU-China Summit – and the…

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Midori House, 934

Monday 29 June

Is it crunch time for Greece in Europe? We also analyse Friday's massacre in Tunisia and ask why Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe isn't quite as popular as he once was.

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