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Wednesday 29 June

Wednesday 29 June

2022-06-2957:29

Turkey agrees to back Finland and Sweden’s bid to join Nato. Plus: Iran applies to join trading bloc Brics, plans for a second Scottish independence referendum and the latest art news.
Tuesday 28 June

Tuesday 28 June

2022-06-2858:59

Monocle’s team in Madrid check in from this week’s all-important NATO summit. Plus: Russia targets civilians in Ukraine, the G7’s rival to China’s Belt and Road initiative, and the latest climate news.
Monday 27 June

Monday 27 June

2022-06-2758:44

What next for the US now that the Supreme Court has ended abortion rights? Plus: a look ahead to this week’s Nato summit and we catch up with Denmark’s foreign minister before the Tour de France begins in Copenhagen.
Friday 24 June

Friday 24 June

2022-06-2459:01

We hear the latest from Ukraine and a look at how the growing energy crisis is affecting Europe. Plus: aviation news and a preview of Paris Men’s Fashion Week.
Thursday 23 June

Thursday 23 June

2022-06-2359:24

Tensions rise between the Baltic nations and Russia. Plus: the EU-Western Balkans Summit, a landmark casino bill in Macau and the house lights are dimmed for the start of the London Indian Film Festival.
Wednesday 22 June

Wednesday 22 June

2022-06-2201:01:261

We discuss the fourth hearing into the attack on the US Capitol and the implications for Donald Trump. Plus: the Saudi crown prince’s regional tour, travel bans on the Taliban and the latest film news.
Tuesday 21 June

Tuesday 21 June

2022-06-2156:49

The Horn of Africa Peace Conference in Addis Ababa makes clear China’s interest in the region. Plus: an IMF team arrives in Sri Lanka as the country’s woes continue and Ukraine restricts Russian cultural imports.
Monday 20 June

Monday 20 June

2022-06-2058:552

What should we know about Colombia’s first left-wing president? Plus: France’s president Emmanuel Macron loses his parliamentary majority, we examine the response to Ukraine’s EU candidacy and an interview with Helsinki’s mayor.
Friday 17 June

Friday 17 June

2022-06-1758:58

What’s on the agenda of this year’s “Russian Davos”? Plus: we speak with the head of the Latin America desk at Reporters Without Borders and give you the latest art and culture news.
Thursday 16 June

Thursday 16 June

2022-06-1658:54

We discuss the growing call for heavier weapons to be provided for Ukraine and look at the economic and political uncertainty taking hold in Pakistan. Plus: we hear from Sweden’s ambassador to the UK and speak to the winner of the 2022 Women’s Prize for Fiction.
Wednesday 15 June

Wednesday 15 June

2022-06-1558:59

What’s next for Severodonetsk now that all bridges to the Ukrainian city have been cut off? Plus: a crackdown on opposition in Cambodia, the latest business news and the winner of Monocle’s annual Quality of Life Survey.
Tuesday 14 June

Tuesday 14 June

2022-06-1458:25

President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen heads to the Middle East. Plus: Boris Johnson’s plan to alter the Northern Ireland protocol, Wikipedia fights a Russian order to remove information on the conflict in Ukraine and are Vienna’s famous horse-drawn carriages under threat?
Monday 13 June

Monday 13 June

2022-06-1358:59

We discuss the first round of France’s legislative elections. Plus: a special interview with Romania’s state secretary, a look back at Joe Biden’s Summit of the Americas and a flick through today’s papers.
Friday 10 June

Friday 10 June

2022-06-1059:00

We discuss the revelations from the congressional hearings into the US Capitol insurrection. Plus: Turkey’s conditions for Sweden and Finland’s Nato membership bids, France’s parliamentary elections and an art roundup.
Thursday 9 June

Thursday 9 June

2022-06-0958:58

We discuss Ukraine’s documentation of the thousands of war crimes committed by Russia during the conflict and analyse the visit of Belgium’s King Philippe to the Democratic Republic of Congo. Plus: a trip to Asia’s premier defence summit and the latest business news.
Wednesday 8 June

Wednesday 8 June

2022-06-0858:59

Ukraine’s “dead cities”: MP Maria Mezentseva has the latest news as fighting intensifies in the Donbas region. Plus: Mexico’s president sits out the Summit of the Americas, the arrest of the infamous Gupta brothers and an update from Salone del Mobile in Milan.
Tuesday 7 June

Tuesday 7 June

2022-06-0757:59

Boris Johnson survives a confidence vote – but at what price? Plus: Putin’s threats over Western weapon deliveries to Ukraine, a flick through today’s papers and a special update from the 2022 edition of Salone del Mobile.
Monday 6 June

Monday 6 June

2022-06-0658:54

Russia’s Vladimir Putin warns that his forces will hit new targets if the West delivers long-range missiles to Ukraine. Plus, the Pakistani Taliban’s announcement of an indefinite ceasefire with the country’s government, the latest headlines from the Nordics and an update from Salone del Mobile by Monocle’s Nic Monisse.
Friday 3 June

Friday 3 June

2022-06-0356:14

100 days of war. We have the latest as Ukraine’s leadership says that 20 per cent of the country is now controlled by Russia. Plus: Andrew Mueller’s take on the week and Monocle’s Quality of Life Conference in Paris.
Thursday 2 June

Thursday 2 June

2022-06-0257:55

The latest from Ukraine as Russia’s forces close in on the city of Severodonetsk. Plus: the crisis in Sri Lanka continues, Japan’s “empress of terror” is released from prison and Primavera kicks off in Barcelona.
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Sérgio Oliveira

Because vaccine visas would be public, the information would be available, that's the whole point. that is why it can't be like a passport and the information in it is sensitive. And also, 3rd world countries wouldn't be able to access a computer and the internet to register and control? This is not a real argument. Who did they interview? My neighbour?

Feb 9th
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