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The Briefing, 867

Friday 6 March

A pacy round-up of the day’s main news stories, anchored from London by a Monocle editor. The show features informed reporting, prescient business analysis and invaluable industry reports covering everything from technology…

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The Globalist, 875

Friday 6 March

Japan and China are holding their first security talks in four years; we analyse the possible outcomes. We also head to Yemen to analyse its political deadlock and a possible looming civil war, get the latest business news…

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The Monocle Daily, 864

Thursday 5 March

After Britain’s prime minister undermines plans for a series of pre-election TV debates, we discuss the dynamics of democracy on the small screen. Plus, as controversy grows over Hillary Clinton’s use of personal email for…

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The Urbanist, 177

Thursday 5 March

Cities are places built to bring people together but every so often conflict and unrest in urban centres means that communal trust is broken. This episode of The Urbanist looks at how cities heal after conflict and the dust…

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Midori House, 852

Thursday 5 March

Why UK prime minister David Cameron only wants to attend one election debate, we look at the soaring popularity of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and Daniella Peled and Ivor Gaber discuss the day's top stories…

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The Briefing, 866

Thursday 5 March

After a knife attack on the US Ambassador in Seoul we discuss the media’s coverage of events. Plus, we hear from Singapore for the latest on the Global Security Asia conference and Murdo Morrison gives us the week’s top…

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Thursday 5 March

The US and Israel have long been diplomatic allies but stern recent rhetoric from the two nations’ leaders is putting strain on that relationship. Monocle’s Ed Stocker looks closer at the political fallout.

The UK – or at least its political class – likes to hang on to the notion that the country enjoys an irrevocable “special relationship” of mutual understanding and respect with the US.

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The Globalist, 874

Thursday 5 March

Amid rising tensions over two Australians planned to be executed in Indonesia, are prime minister Tony Abbott’s diplomatic ties with the nation about to hit an all-time low? We also look at UK-Iraqi relations in the fight…

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The Monocle Daily, 863

Wednesday 4 March

As Obamacare is scrutinised again at the US Supreme Court, we get the latest from the International Business Times’ Ginger Gibson. Plus, we discuss India’s ban of the film ‘India's Daughter’, review the other news from Asia…

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Midori House, 851

Wednesday 4 March

We hear how Vladimir Putin has urged an end to political killings after the murder of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov’s murder, why Ireland is launching a new incentive to attract emigrants, and Mary Dejevsky and Quentin…

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The Briefing, 865

Wednesday 4 March

Germany’s Angela Merkel is in Belgium today for economic talks under the spectre of a Greek exit from the EU. But how will the ongoing crisis in Ukraine affect proceedings? Plus a new terminal for Singapore’s Changi airport…

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The Globalist, 873

Wednesday 4 March

As nuclear talks between the US and Iran go ahead, Israel’s PM warns the US Congress against a potential Iranian nuclear bomb. We also examine Kosovo’s struggle for independence and hear how popular culture influences our…

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The Monocle Daily, 862

Tuesday 3 March

We report on the mixed reactions to Israel’s prime minister in Washington. Plus we examine the consequences of Venezuela throwing US embassy staff out of the country and peruse the items up for grabs as Toronto's mayor puts…

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