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We preview the Greek elections, ask what’s next for Saudi Arabia, and take a look at the news headlines from Asia. Plus, Monocle’s Josh Fehnert reports from Maison&Objet.

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835 23 Jan 2015
00:57:44

We preview the Greek elections, ask what’s next for Saudi Arabia, and take a look at the news headlines from Asia. Plus, Monocle’s Josh Fehnert reports from Maison&Objet.

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834 22 Jan 2015
01:00:00

We discuss the political longevity of the DRC’s president Joseph Kabila as protests continue. Plus we take a look at the Asian papers and ask experts whether English spelling should be simplified.

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833 21 Jan 2015
01:00:00

We discuss the conflict in Ukraine as its president cuts short his trip to Davos. Plus we mark a historic day as Cuba and the US hold high-level talks and hear from the architect behind an animal-only terminal at JFK airport.

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832 20 Jan 2015
01:00:00

Our Washington correspondent previews Barack Obama’s State of the Union address. Plus we discuss reactions to the film 'American Sniper' and ask: can criticism and patriotism coexist?

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831 19 Jan 2015
01:00:00

As Pegida cancels of its Dresden rally, we discuss the group with a round table of experts. Plus we look ahead to Zambia's presidential by-election and review the news from Asia.

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830 16 Jan 2015
01:00:00

As Pope Francis denounces the ‘provocateurs’ who ridicule religion, we assess where freedom of speech should begin and end in light of the ‘Charlie Hebdo’ attacks. We also hear from a cigar shop in New York as the embargo on Cuban imports to the US is lifted and ask why Mitt Romney's political star is on the rise once more.

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829 15 Jan 2015
01:00:00

What are the geopolitical implications of the continuing slump in world oil prices? We hear from Norway, Venezuela and Bloomberg's Julian Lee on whether this marks the beginning of a shift in the global energy market. We also ask why the Swiss franc jumped 30 per cent and have reaction to the Oscar nominations.

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828 14 Jan 2015
01:00:00

Doug Saunders, author of 'The Myth of the Muslim Tide', reacts to the apparent increase in anti-Islamic protests in Germany in the wake of last week's Paris attacks. We also ask whether televised leaders’ debates are an essential part of the political process and take a tour of Istanbul's shifting cityscape.

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827 13 Jan 2015
01:00:00

As Charlie Hebdo hits newsstands, Imke Henkel of Die Zeit and Roger Boyes of The Times discuss the dilemma for other news organisations regarding whether to republish the cover. Plus: Tyler Brûlé on whether social-media networks should screen inflammatory content and we assess the diet consuming Brazil's political class.

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826 12 Jan 2015
00:57:24

Croatia has elected its first female president but can Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic can do anything to revive the country's stagnant economy? Elsewhere in the show, architect John McAslan assesses reconstruction efforts in Haiti post-earthquake and we weigh up New York mayor Bill de Blasio’s first twelve months in office.

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825 9 Jan 2015
01:00:00

As the siege in Paris ends, we analyse the fallout of a deadly week in France: Monocle editor in chief Tyler Brûlé hosts a roundtable chat with editors about the events in the city, we look at the nature of live coverage of the chaotic situation, and see how newspapers around the world are reacting.

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824 8 Jan 2015
00:59:11

A manhunt continues in Paris as tens of thousands of police search for the Charlie Hebdo suspects; we get a live update from Paris. Plus: we get a sneak peak at what's inside the next edition of the Nikkei Asian Review.

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