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Money Talks: The new logic of trade

Trade used to be about efficiency and growth. But those goals are being overtaken by others, from...

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Ticker shock: London’s wheezing stockmarket

A global financial centre must move with the times, and—so far—London has not. Our...

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Babbage: A new Anthropocene diet

A new generation of technologies are transforming the world’s food-production system. Food...

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When it goes dark: Facebook’s terrible week

Yesterday’s global outage is not even the worst of it: today’s congressional...

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To a Lesser Degree: Best behaviour

Eating less meat or giving up flying are palpable ways people can help mitigate climate change....

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Docket launch: a new term for America’s Supreme Court

The court will be tackling just about every judicial and social flashpoint in the country during...

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Editor’s Picks: October 4th 2021

A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist....

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Checks and Balance: Taxing times

Democrats are in a fight to turn President Biden’s signature economic proposals into law....

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The courage of two convictions: Nicolas Sarkozy

The first conviction of France’s former president shocked the nation; the second confirms...

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The Economist Asks: Michel Barnier

As trade tensions flare, Anne McElvoy asks the former chief Brexit negotiator about the state of...

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Nobody’s fuel: Britain’s shortages

From chicken to petrol, Britons are facing long queues and bare shelves. We ask about the...

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Money Talks: Bricks and mortar

China’s largest developer Evergrande is threatening to default—what does this reveal...

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Suga-free Diet: Japan’s next leader

The ruling party’s choice for its president—a shoo-in for prime minister—seems...

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Babbage: Don't panic

As British petrol stations run dry, we explore the behavioural science of panic buying. Also, a...

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A run for its money: funding crunches in Congress

America’s crash of deadlines carries risks for the government’s budget and just...

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To A Lesser Degree: The challenge

It's not too late to avert a climate disaster. The question is, how? We map out the three...

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Colour schemes: Germany’s coming coalition

The country heads for a three-party government after a nail-biting election. We cut through the...

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Editor’s Picks: September 27th 2021

A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This...

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Checks and Balance: AUKUS ruckus

Occasionally, you can see big shifts in foreign policy happen right before your eyes. The...

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Clubs seal: China’s view as alliances multiply

Leaders of “the Quad” are meeting in person for the first time; drama from the AUKUS...

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