As Turkey’s president visits Qatar this week, we assess this strategic relationship. We also ask why Australia’s Tony Abbott is governing the country from a tent this week and delve into Austria’s unsung media industry.
Should airlines forego their traditional customer base to pursue the low-cost market? We bring you the latest on the Air France pilot strike. Plus all the news and views from the presidential campaign trail in Brazil.
As a crusading judge, Baltasar Garzón made enemies powerful enough to engineer his downfall. But they have not been able to silence him and his blunt demands for accountability resonate with a disillusioned nation.
On this episode of the Weekly we look to the future with former CIA intelligence analyst Mathew Burrows, talk money with John Lanchester and sample the latest East London liquor with Alexander Wolpert.
Monocle’s foreign editor Steve Bloomfield hosts an extended discussion on the continuing spread of the deadly Ebola virus in west Africa. Featuring Cokie van de Velde of Médecins Sans Frontières, Buzzfeed’s Jina Moore and…
Monocle’s Daniel Giacopelli presents news highlights from the past week on Monocle 24, including analysis of the advance of Isis to a series on the Scottish vote for independence. We also talk design in Paris, urbanism in…
What will Obama’s planned airstrikes mean for the Middle East? How far will Turkey go in helping to combat Isis? Plus, the latest film tips with Ashanti Omkar and news of a planned art project in North Korea.