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This one-hour show airs at 06.00 London time and looks ahead to events that will shape the day in Europe, and beyond, with a special focus on Turkey and the Gulf.

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Why Americans are still supportive of Israel when many others aren't. Plus: Australian prime minister Tony Abbott's rise in popularity in the aftermath of MH17 and this morning's international front pages.

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715 25 Jul 2014
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Why Americans are still supportive of Israel when many others aren't. Plus: Australian prime minister Tony Abbott's rise in popularity in the aftermath of MH17 and this morning's international front pages.

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714 24 Jul 2014
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We discuss what Israel's new president will mean for peace in the region, hear about Greece's blossoming outdoor cinema industry and review the front pages out of Africa.

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713 23 Jul 2014
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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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712 22 Jul 2014
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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 Asia and also hear from a Rome recording studio steeped in history.

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711 21 Jul 2014
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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 instalment of our series on this year’s issue of Monocle Mediterraneo.

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710 18 Jul 2014
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Monocle editor-in-chief Tyler Brûlé and transport editor Tristan McAllister discuss the implications of MH17 on the aviation industry and how Malaysia Airlines can recover, we also hear how Turkey could be the new peace broker for the conflict in Gaza, and review this morning's international front pages.

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709 17 Jul 2014
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We hear why Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe might call a snap election, discuss the F-35 fighter jet and why it’s having so much trouble, and we also review this morning’s international front pages.

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708 16 Jul 2014
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The prospects for peace in Mali, what happens next for Afghanistan politics and a review of this morning's international front pages.

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707 15 Jul 2014
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Michael Binyon, former diplomatic editor at The Times, and Dimi Reider from ECFR assess the diplomacy behind an Israeli-Palestinian ceasefire brokered by Egypt. Plus, we also speak to our Brussels correspondent Charlotte McDonald-Gibson ahead of today’s vote to elect the new president of the Commission, and review the newspapers with Baria Alamuddin, foreign editor at Al Hayat.

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706 14 Jul 2014
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As Russia steps up its rhetoric against Ukraine, Gulliver Cragg reports from Donetsk – and amid evacuation from Gaza, Amjad Iraqi updates us from Haifa. Elsewhere in the show, Oscar Guardiola-Rivera assesses what Putin might seek to achieve during the Brics summit in Brazil this week and we air the first episode of our series on tabloids.

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705 11 Jul 2014
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Why Clive Palmer may be the new power player in Australian politics, a discussion about the legacy of the World Cup in Brazil and a review of this morning's Russian front pages.

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704 10 Jul 2014
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We discuss the possible ground options for Israel, hear why ISIS has opened a shop in Turkey and review the front pages out of Africa with Winston Mano.

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  • On this Weekend Edition special, Georgina Godwin meets two talented authors and hears about the redesigned family bookshop that is stocking their work. Nick Harkaway talks about his new book ‘Tigerman’ – all about ex-colonies, superheroes and paternal love. He's followed by Carys Bray, who tells us how it was only after leaving the Mormon faith that she could write her debut novel, ‘A Song for Issy Bradley’. Finally, Foyles, the Uk’s most iconic bookshop, has been redesigned for a new century. Georgina takes a tour of the new premises with architect Alex Lifschutz – and meets writers Caitlin Moran and David Nicholls.
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