We hear the latest on the coup in Sudan. Our guests Holly Dagres and Quentin Peel discuss Turkey’s diplomatic expulsions and Iran’s warning against normalising Israel-Arab relations. Plus, an unconventional wedding in Japan.
The WHO warns that the pandemic will continue longer than it needs to; Israel and the UAE sign an ambitious space-exploration agreement; and US secretary of state Antony Blinken visits Latin America. Daniella Peled, Oscar Guardiola-Rivera and A
Isabel Hilton and Kapil Komireddi discuss the legacy of former US secretary of state Colin Powell. Plus, China’s economic uncertainty and, as we look ahead to COP26, we ask whether it matters if the world’s biggest contributor to greenhouse gas
Monocle’s Chris Cermak and Chiara Rimella discuss the stabbing of British MP David Amess and how Germany honours Afghan veterans. Plus, our regular Letter from New York and reflections on 10 years of Monocle 24.
In a special live edition of ‘The Monocle Daily’, Marie Le Conte and Enrico Franceschini join Andrew Mueller and an array of guests live at the Monocle Media Summit. We look at the current state of global media and what the rest of Europe reall
Robin Lustig and Nadine Batchelor-Hunt discuss the future of the Northern Ireland Protocol, climate multilateralism ahead of the COP26 summit and why record numbers of people are quitting their jobs. Plus: Monocle’s Chiara Rimella unpacks Londo
Julie Norman and Somnath Batabyal discuss the Texan ban on vaccine mandates, where the energy crisis goes from here, India’s border reopening and the pitfalls of food diplomacy. Plus: the latest on the G20 summit on Afghanistan.
Lynne O’Donnell and Vincent McAviney discuss the US and Taliban’s first talks in Doha, the way forward after a global deal on minimum corporate taxes, and whether corporate rebranding ever makes any sense. Plus: an interview with the winner of
Paige Reynolds and Fernando Augusto Pacheco discuss the Nobel Peace prize and the power of journalism, the 2022 Eurovision song contest being hosted in Turin and 10 years of Monocle 24. Plus: an interview with ‘Major Labels’ author and rock cri
Isabel Hilton and Mark Galeotti discuss the announcement of a summit between Joe Biden and Xi Jinping, Vladimir Putin’s birthday and the New York Public Library’s decision to scrap late fees. Plus: London mayor Sadiq Khan.
Caroline Frost and Michael Binyon discuss Boris Johnson’s speech at his party’s conference, the filibuster in the US and Spain’s proposal to help under-35s pay for rent. Plus: we report from the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadersh
Daniella Peled and Enrico Franceschini on the results of Italy’s local elections, the arrest of former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili and the first film to be shot in space. Plus: Carrie Lam’s annual address.
Alex von Tunzelmann and Lewis Lukens discuss the Pandora Papers document leak, the UK’s new travel rules and the defection by nine players of a Cuban baseball team. Plus: can boycotting Amazon help high-street bookshops?
Fiona Wilson, Monocle’s Tokyo bureau chief, profiles Japan’s new prime minister. Plus, Chiara Rimella and Tom Edwards discuss forthcoming local elections in Italy, Australia’s border policy and access to culture.
Kate Proctor and John Everard discuss the inter-Korean hotline, YouTube blocking all anti-vaccine content and the importance of in-person interactions. Plus: Henry Rees-Sheridan sends us his weekly letter from New York.
Charles Hecker and Natalia Sobrevilla Perea discuss the Labour Conference in the UK, repairing ties between the US and the EU, and Peru’s ex-president Alejandro Toledo. Plus: our correspondent Alexei Korolyov reports on immigration in Vienna.
Terry Stiastny and Jacob Parakilas discuss what the German election results mean for Europe, whether the UK Labour Party looks like a government in waiting and why Emmanuel Macron keeps having eggs thrown at him. Plus: Finland’s security policy
Monocle’s Chris Cermak and Alexis Self discuss this weekend’s German federal election, the UK’s food shortages, the virtues (or lack thereof) in movie prequels and how to treat the old in society. Plus: the latest from our Quality of Life Confe
Julie Norman and Stephen Dalziel discuss whether promises made in UN speeches are ever kept, what’s next for Russia’s opposition and why Liverpool thinks it doesn’t need Unesco World Heritage status. Plus, a first look at Monocle’s Quality of L
Latika Bourke and Vincent McAviney discuss what Boris Johnson and Scott Morrison want from Joe Biden, Sweden’s proposed “family week” and the UK broadcast regulator Ofcom’s new list of offensive words. Plus: a sneak peek at Monocle’s redesigned