We get the latest from Lynne O’Donnell on the front line in Afghanistan and ask whether recent hijackings in the Persian Gulf are part of a concerted effort of Iranian foreign policy. Plus: is the far right on the rise in Italy?
We get the latest from Myanmar with Asean under pressure to name an envoy to the country. Plus: we ask why Franco-UK relations are so poor and discuss official Olympic recognition for Kosovo.
Could Poland crash out of the EU? Plus: Spanish citizens sue the government over “illegal” lockdown laws and what we learned this week.
We hear the latest on the unrest in Peru and about the reaction to the shooting of a prominent Dutch journalist known for investigating the mob. Plus: a round-up of the latest aviation news.
Tyler Brûlé covers the weekend’s biggest discussion topics with panelists Chandra Kurt and Benno Zogg, and check-ins from our friends and contributors in London, Copenhagen and Hong Kong.
A look ahead to the weekend’s regional election in France, a look at the state of US foreign policy after an eventful week for president Biden, plus the renaissance of night trains in Europe.
Tyler Brûlé, Rob Cox, Marcus Schögel and Gillian Dobias cover the weekend’s news. Plus, what’s making the headlines on the pages of Greece’s ‘Kathimerini’ newspaper, and a check-in with our Bangkok correspondent Gwen Robinson.
We discuss the UN’s report into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic and hear about a new comprehensive agreement signed between Beijing and Tehran.
Plus: we head to Iceland as the countdown to Eurovision begins.
Georgina Godwin sets the tone for the weekend with our editor in chief Andrew Tuck’s weekend column, fresh newspapers and a look at what we learned this week.
We unpack Joe Biden’s first official news conference and hear about how sanctions are impacting relations between France and China.
Plus: the latest climate and energy news and a checkup on music industry sales. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide.