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Regular check-ins and live interviews from the US and all across the Americas add to the mix of guests and analysis from our studios in London.

Regular check-ins and live interviews from the US and all across the Americas add to the mix of guests and analysis from our studios in London.
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London, United Kingdom

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Monocle

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Regular check-ins and live interviews from the US and all across the Americas add to the mix of guests and analysis from our studios in London.

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English

Contact:

Midori House, 1 Dorset Street, London, W1U 4EG, UK +44 20 7725 4388


Episodes

Friday 21 September

9/21/2018
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As China reacts strongly to US sanctions, imposed after the country bought warplanes from Russia, we ask what this means for Sino-American relations. Plus: the ICRC warns of a deteriorating situation in Libya, we learn more about the structure of Vietnamese governance and Uber eyes up Deliveroo.

Duration:00:57:29

Thursday 20 September

9/20/2018
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We hear about Theresa May’s difficult day in Salzburg. Plus: as VW abandons Iran we ask whether the nuclear treaty can endure, we find out more about Shinzo Abe’s seemingly unflappable leadership and we hear the latest from Amazon’s Seattle HQ.

Duration:00:58:49

Wednesday 19 September

9/19/2018
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Pakistan’s former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter are freed from jail: what will that mean for the new PM Imran Khan? Plus: should Chinese state media journalists in Washington be classed as foreign agents? And we’ll ask if the controversy around Brett Kavanaugh has brought President Trump and the GOP closer together.

Duration:00:59:43

Tuesday 18 September

9/18/2018
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We get the latest from Buenos Aires as Argentina’s former president, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, appears in court to answer questions about money laundering. Plus: Poland’s president heads to the White House with a plan for a sycophantically named military base, China’s grip on central Africa tightens as Zambia offers its power supplier as a guarantee against debts and we hear about a new annexe at one of London’s best-loved galleries.

Duration:00:59:43

Monday 17 September

9/17/2018
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As Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Vladimir Putin meet to discuss mounting pressure in the Syrian province of Idlib, we ask how reassured residents should be by promises of a demilitarised zone. Plus: the latest on the allegations surrounding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Ontario premier Doug Ford’s controversial campaign to reduce Toronto’s number of councillors and Monocle’s Fashion editor discusses Burberry’s much-anticipated offering at London Fashion Week.

Duration:00:58:50

Friday 14 September

9/14/2018
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The latest on the continuing legal wrangles of Paul Manafort, why Germany’s spy chief is causing a political headache for Angela Merkel, Hunter Barnes on his new book and the story of electronic music with David Stubbs.

Duration:00:58:23

Thursday 13 September

9/13/2018
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As the UK government finally faces up to the possibility of a no-deal Brexit, we discuss the real-world challenges that the situation could create. Plus: we analyse the backlash against Doug Ford in Toronto, get the latest on the New York primaries and speak to author Ben Coates about his new book following the Rhine river.

Duration:00:58:41

Wednesday 12 September

9/12/2018
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We get the reaction from Hungary as the EU imposes sanctions for straying from the values of the bloc. Plus: Vladimir Putin’s comments on the Skripal poisoning case in the UK, Apple’s latest launch in Cupertino and how the US is readying itself for Hurricane Florence.

Duration:00:58:49

Tuesday 11 September

9/11/2018
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We look at the upcoming Brazilian election after the country’s former leader, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, is ejected from the race. Plus: why are Hungary and the EU not seeing eye to eye? We also speak to Palestinian director Annemarie Jacir about her film ‘Wajib’ and the upcoming Safar Film Festival in London, and hear why Brexit could affect the UK’s supply of chocolate.

Duration:00:58:43

Monday 10 September

9/10/2018
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We analyse the gains made by the far right in Sweden following Sunday’s election. Plus: why is Washington questioning the legitimacy of the International Criminal Court? We also speak to journalist Ellen Barry about the story of the Skripals and how they came to the UK, and hear from Carolyn Goodman, mayor of Las Vegas.

Duration:01:00:00

Friday 7 September

9/7/2018
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Can Turkey, Russia and Iran prevent a blood bath from taking place in Syria’s Idlib province? Plus: a lookahead to Sunday’s parliamentary elections in Sweden and a glance through Australia’s weekend papers.

Duration:00:58:49

Thursday 6 September

9/6/2018
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The White House hunt for the author of an anonymous editorial attacking President Trump, secret talks between Hamas and Israel, plus why Finland may be a future superpower in the business of artificial intelligence.

Duration:00:58:46

Wednesday 5 September

9/5/2018
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Will Donald Trump feel the impact of a new book by Bob Woodward? Plus: what are the chances of successful Nafta talks between Canada and the US, and how keen is HBO’s audience when it comes to foreign drama?

Duration:00:58:47

Tuesday 4 September

9/4/2018
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We discuss why Russia and Turkey are key to the continuing conflict in Syria, look at how Amazon became the world’s second trillion-dollar company in a matter of weeks, analyse why China and Hong Kong are in the spotlight over a shared rail station and find out why Steve Bannon was dropped from a ‘New Yorker’ speaking event.

Duration:00:58:44

Monday 3 September

9/3/2018
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We discuss the outlook for press freedom in Myanmar, hear why the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for the US Supreme Court is unpopular for some, and get the latest on the fire that has destroyed the National Museum in Rio.

Duration:00:58:23

Friday 31 August

8/31/2018
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Donald Trump’s threat to pull the US out of the World Trade Organisation, the Myanmarese army’s attempt to rewrite the country’s history and how to fix New York’s retail sector.

Duration:00:56:21

Thursday 30 August

8/30/2018
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Donald Trump’s accuses China of undermining progress in the US’s talks with North Korea and new revelations emerge about Russia’s information warfare in Eastern Europe. Plus: a direct flight between London and Sydney?

Duration:00:58:49

Wednesday 29 August

8/29/2018
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We hear about the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, discuss some of the striking inconsistencies of the UK’s position on Brexit and learn why Vladimir Putin has been addressing the issue of pensions in Russia.

Duration:00:58:49

Tuesday 28 August

8/28/2018
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We look at the tensions that have erupted on the streets of Chemnitz in Germany, discuss Emmanuel Macron’s vision of military cohesion in Europe, analyse the forthcoming Toronto mayoral race and visit Spain’s answer to the Tour de France, Vuelta a España.

Duration:00:58:37

Monday 27 August

8/27/2018
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We examine why the UN is now pursuing Myanmar’s military leaders over claims of genocide in the country. Plus: how Canada will be affected by the US and Mexico’s proposed trade agreements and a look at the life and career of John McCain.

Duration:00:58:48