Finland’s Nato dilemma: will the country go it alone without Sweden? Plus: the blockade of the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region, Italy’s ‘silver tsunami’ and what does the 2022 Corruption Perceptions Index reveal about the state of the world?
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News: The Last Boeing 747, New Zealand Inflation Rate, Book Stores Future
January 31, 2023: Monocle’s US Editor, Christopher Lord, joins us from Seattle as Boeing delivers the last 747 that it will ever build. Plus: how did New Zealand set the inflation target rate for the world? And what can we learn from Barnes & Noble’s expansion plans?
News: Russia Ups Strikes As Zelensky Lays Out Peace Talk Rules, U.S. Elections
We give you the latest on the war as Russia ramps up its attacks on Ukraine’s infrastructure and Volodymyr Zelensky lays out conditions for “genuine” peace talks. Plus: the US midterm elections and what the results mean for Ukraine, a flick through today’s papers and a check-in from Dubai Design Week.
Morning News: Russia & Ukraine Media, EU-Africa Summit, South Korea
We take a look at how Russian media outlets are portraying the Ukraine crisis. Plus: the EU-African Union summit kicks off in Brussels, South Korea’s forthcoming presidential elections and the latest urbanism stories.
Morning News: Ukraine-Russia, Indonesia Capital Move, Florence Fashion
We explore the latest escalation in the tensions between Russia and Ukraine as troops mass in Belarus. Plus: Indonesia names its new capital and we profile Roberta Metsola, the new president of the European parliament.
Morning News: Elections In UK & Hong Kong, Dutch Vote, Italian Art Galleries
We preview the long-delayed Hong Kong legislative elections and explore whether Boris Johnson’s mistakes are starting to take an electoral toll. Plus: Mark Rutte’s record-breaking Dutch coalition and an initiative bringing major art works to regional Italian galleries.