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With the death of Boris Nemtsov attracting tens of thousands of marchers in Moscow we discuss the aftermath of his assassination, we also hear about Uruguay’s new president, and analyse the state of human rights in Australia.

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871 2 Mar 2015
00:59:28

With the death of Boris Nemtsov attracting tens of thousands of marchers in Moscow we discuss the aftermath of his assassination, we also hear about Uruguay’s new president, and analyse the state of human rights in Australia.

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870 27 Feb 2015
01:00:00

Ukraine’s expulsion of Russian journalists is raising questions but is it all part of the propaganda war? And how is Gucci’s new direction being received on the Italian runways? We'll cross to Monocle’s man in Milan, Ivan Carvalho.

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869 26 Feb 2015
01:00:00

Monocle editor in chief Tyler Brûlé joins Emma Nelson to discuss press censorship in Japan, we also check-in with Australia’s Avalon Airshow, and hear from the QVED editorial design event in Munich.

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868 25 Feb 2015
00:58:12

As the election race heats up in Israel, we examine prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision to pull out of meetings in Washington. Plus, we hear about the latest war games between North and South Korea, and Monocle’s Sophie Grove points out how the humble cup of tea might be a missed opportunity for Turkey’s government.

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867 24 Feb 2015
00:58:56

We discuss the Egyptian president’s proposal for a joint Arab military alliance and whether it would actually work in the Middle East. Plus the latest military technology at Idex in Abu Dhabi and why Australia is considering culling camels.

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866 23 Feb 2015
00:58:42

With violence in Ukraine hitting its one year anniversary we look at how the country is dealing with a conflict that has no end in sight. Plus we learn why Turkish troops are entering Syria to evacuate a historic Ottoman tomb and look at how marriage laws could change in Japan.

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865 20 Feb 2015
00:59:14

Could Isis be a threat to Italy’s borders? The country's foreign affairs minister Paolo Gentiloni isn’t brushing the possibility aside. And with President Obama approaching the end of his tenure, we look at how a Texan judge might unthread a key part of his legacy.

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864 19 Feb 2015
00:058:59

A look at why despite best efforts to prove he still has a friend in Europe, Vladimir Putin’s visit to Hungary fell a little flat. We also discuss Egypt’s assault on the Isis militant group in Libya.

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863 18 Feb 2015
01:00:00

With up to 8,000 Ukrainian troops said to be surrounded by separatists in the east of the country we ask how Ukrainians are feeling about the fragile ceasefire. Plus the latest from Sudan as authorities launch one of Africa’s biggest media crackdowns.

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862 17 Feb 2015
0:58:49

Benjamin Netanyahu is calling for Jewish people to emigrate to Israel. But is anti-semitism really on the rise across Europe? Also, with two Australians heading for the firing squad in Indonesia, could a diplomatic push spare their lives?

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861 16 Feb 2015
00:58:52

We discuss how Copenhagen might move forward in the aftermath of this weekend’s terrorist attack. Plus the latest on the Ukraine ceasefire and the business news in Greece.

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860 13 Feb 2015
00:58:55

Greek and German negotiators agree - in principle - to compromise over Athens’ debt repayments. Plus we ask why Japan wants to boost its humanitarian presence overseas and unpick Turkey’s relationship with Cuba.

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