Somnath Batabyal and Lynne O’Donnell look at India’s presidency of the G20 and its relationship with Russia. Also in the programme, a suicide attack by the Pakistan Taliban, teaching in local languages at Nigeria’s schools and new EU rules on p
The death and legacy of former Chinese leader Jiang Zemin. Ivor Gabor and Baria Alamuddin join Andrew Mueller to discuss Nato’s reassurances to Russia’s neighbours, the UK census and religion in politics, and long work lunches. Plus: Chris Lord
Patricia Thornton discusses Chinese authorities’ crackdown on those protesting against coronavirus restrictions. In the studio, Julie Norman and Stephen Dalziel assess Emmanuel Macron’s visit to Washington and ask why Russians aren’t demonstrat
Daniella Peled and Phil Clark discuss attacks on journalists in China, concern of a new Turkish offensive in Syria, Russian troops looting Ukrainian museums and the schools considering a smartphone ban. Plus: Henry Rees-Sheridan’s Letter from N
Victoria Scholar rounds up a day of business with her analysis of Black Friday and China’s slowing economy. Our On This Day feature looks at 1970’s attempted coup in Japan. We preview Monocle’s 2023 edition of ‘The Forecast’ and whether New Yor
Rachel Cunliffe and Vincent McAviney explore the future of the Russian-led security alliance, look at why Malaysia’s constitutional monarch appointed the country’s new prime minister, consider why China has expanded lockdowns as coronavirus cas
The latest from Kyiv after another round of Russian airstrikes. In the studio, Isabel Hilton and Bill Hayton discuss rising unrest over Chinese coronavirus measures, a blow to Scottish independence and Kamala Harris’s visit to the Philippines.
Nadine Batchelor-Hunt and Steve Crawshaw join Andrew Mueller to discuss immigration policy. Has the UK got it all wrong? Also: responsible reporting in a warzone, Donald Trump’s return to Twitter, the English dialects that are going extinct and
Tessa Szyszkowitz and Charles Hecker ask how journalists should cover the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Plus: New Zealand considers lowering its voting age to 16, strange holiday traditions and Anna Arutunyan on how the West got Russia wrong.
Fifa bans alcohol sales at the World Cup and the week’s developments from the Cop27 climate summit in Sharm-el-Sheikh, with Laura Kramer and Fernando Augusto Pacheco. Plus: political scientist Janice Stein checks in from the Halifax Internation
The latest from The Hague as a Dutch court finds three men guilty of murder over the downing of flight MH17. In the studio, Marie Le Conte and John Everard cover the UK’s latest budget, China at the G20 and one French town’s fight against Frang
We bring you the latest on the missile strike on a Polish farm which killed two. Yassmin Abdel-Magied and Quentin Peel join Andrew Mueller to look at Donald Trump’s 2024 bid, delays to a loss and damage deal at Cop27 and the dangers of using AI
We bring you the latest from Ukraine as Kyiv and other major cities are hit by airstrikes. Terry Stiastny and Jonn Elledge are in the studio to discuss the value of an in-person summit, Paris overtakes London as Europe’s largest stock exchange
Sarah Churchwell and Michael Binyon discuss the liberation of Kherson and claims that this is the beginning of the end of the war. Plus: US Democrats keep control of the Senate, Jeff Bezos vows to give away his fortune, London’s mayor Sadiq Kha
Historian Alex von Tunzelmann and Antonello Guerrera of ‘La Repubblica’ consider the human cost of war as Russian forces withdraw from Kherson. Plus: Italy’s prime minister, Giorgia Meloni, meets Nato’s Jens Stoltenberg; a look ahead at the 202
The latest on the US midterm elections as votes are counted. Lew Lukens and Terry Stiastny discuss a disappointing night for the Republicans, the end of Operation Barkhane and a new season of ‘The Crown’. Plus: how Gabon is protecting its fores
The latest from Pennsylvania’s knife-edge Senate race. Stefanie Bolzen and Robin Lustig discuss climate reparations and whether Washington was right to hold talks with the Kremlin. Plus: lessons learnt from asking the public for its opinion.
We bring the latest from Cop27 in Sharm El-Sheikh. Our panellists Latika Bourke and Barbara Serra consider what a Republican-controlled US House of Representatives and Senate could mean and why Italian authorities are blocking migrant ships. Pl
The latest from Kherson as Russian-installed officials impose a curfew on the eastern Ukrainian city. Chris Cermak looks ahead to the final days of campaigning in the US midterm elections and food critic Grace Dent speaks about the cost-of-livi
Rebecca Tinsley and Yossi Mekelberg discuss Benjamin Netanyahu’s comeback, the Arab League summit, Russian U-turns on the Ukraine grain deal and the US Constitution that’s up for sale. Plus: Finland’s ambassador to the US on his very busy year.
Aliona Hlivco and Ivor Gaber bring us the latest from Ukraine as water and power outages continue; assess why Israelis are returning to the polls for a fifth election in less than four years; and unpick President Biden’s accusation that oil com
Fernando Augusto Pacheco has the latest on the Brazilian election, and Lynne O’Donnell and James Rodgers discuss some of the other great political comebacks. Plus: the global ramifications of Russia’s withdrawal from the Black Sea deal, the Tal
Ukrainian foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba speaks to Monocle’s Carlota Rebelo about countering Russian influence in Africa. And as Brazilians prepare to pick their next president this weekend, Fernando Augusto Pacheco looks ahead to the country’s
Russia’s threat that it might target commercial satellites, Xi Jinping’s conciliatory tone towards the US and the controversy surrounding the Qatar 2022 World Cup. Sarah Churchwell, Somnath Batabyal and Andrew Mueller discuss the day’s biggest