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Bob Menendez, a prominent senator, faces bribery charges (www.economist.com)
  
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America says it will send long-range missiles to Ukraine (www.economist.com)
  
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Rupert Murdoch isn’t going anywhere just yet (www.economist.com)
  
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America’s missing doctors (www.economist.com)
  
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Why shoplifting is on the rise in Britain (www.economist.com)
  
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Mangosuthu Buthelezi had his own vision for a democratic South Africa (www.economist.com)
  
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China wants to be the leader of the global south (www.economist.com)
  
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China tells its citizens to be on the lookout for spies (www.economist.com)
  
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How China uses UNESCO to rewrite history (www.economist.com)
  
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China’s claim to the South China Sea gets even odder (www.economist.com)
  
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Demolishing one of Babe Ruth’s last stadiums (www.economist.com)
  
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Khalifa Haftar will use Libya’s floods to deepen his control (www.economist.com)
  
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Lebanon’s prison inmates are running short of food (www.economist.com)
  
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Brazil’s hinterland now resembles Texas (www.economist.com)
  
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The dumbest, wildest budget fight yet (www.economist.com)
  
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America’s states are trying to set rules for the internet (www.economist.com)
  
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Illinois is the first state in America to completely abandon cash bail (www.economist.com)
  
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What Ken Paxton’s acquittal means for Texas Republicans (www.economist.com)
  
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Parts of America are becoming uninsurable (www.economist.com)
  
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Why the EU will not remain the world’s digital über-regulator (www.economist.com)
  
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Angst mounts over Germany’s green transition (www.economist.com)
  
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Britain’s largest freshwater lake has been poisoned (www.economist.com)
  
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The legacy of Liz Truss (www.economist.com)
  
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Britain’s war on drugs enters a new phase (www.economist.com)
  
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Friendships in the office (www.economist.com)
  
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Big pharma can’t get enough of one class of cancer drugs (www.economist.com)
  
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California cracks down on carbon (www.economist.com)
  
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Abu Dhabi throws a surprise challenger into the AI race (www.economist.com)
  
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Climate change is coming for America’s property market (www.economist.com)
  
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To end AIDS, high-risk countries will need to jab schoolgirls (www.economist.com)
  
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ChatGPT mania may be cooling, but a serious new industry is taking shape (www.economist.com)
  
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Western help for Ukraine is likely to diminish next year (www.economist.com)
  
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China isn’t the only country giving out goodies in Asia (www.economist.com)
  
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To endure a long war, Ukraine is remaking its army, economy and society (www.economist.com)
  
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Does China’s fear of floating exceed its fear of deflation? (www.economist.com)
  
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Renewable energy has hidden costs (www.economist.com)
  
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Why uranium prices are soaring (www.economist.com)
  
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How to avoid a common investment mistake (www.economist.com)
  
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Macau offers a new way to get rich (www.economist.com)
  
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What Arm and Instacart say about the coming IPO wave (www.economist.com)
  
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Asian economies are investing more in the neighbourhood (www.economist.com)
  
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Time for a rethink (www.economist.com)
  
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What supermarkets reveal about Britain’s economy (www.economist.com)
  
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Azerbaijan is close to taking control of Nagorno-Karabakh (www.economist.com)
  
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Assessing Republican support for Ukraine (www.economist.com)
  
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Rishi Sunak’s anti-green turn on Britain’s climate targets (www.economist.com)
  
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America’s big car firms face lengthy strikes (www.economist.com)
  
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The disappearance of China’s defence minister raises big questions (www.economist.com)
  
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Finding alien life may require finding new sorts of planets (www.economist.com)
  
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If India ordered a murder in Canada, there must be consequences (www.economist.com)
  
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Biden, alone at the top table as the UN withers (www.economist.com)
  
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Europe’s conservative populists pit migrants against babies (www.economist.com)
  
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A chunk of asteroid is coming to Earth (www.economist.com)
  
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How common infections can spark psychiatric illnesses in children (www.economist.com)
  
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Azerbaijan attacks Nagorno-Karabakh again—and wants its surrender (www.economist.com)
  
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Welcome to a new era of Asian commerce (www.economist.com)
  
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Meet the world’s new arms dealers (www.economist.com)
  
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China’s “demographic dividend” appears to be a myth (www.economist.com)
  
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A devastating accusation by Justin Trudeau against India (www.economist.com)
  
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Iran’s hostage exchange is part of its diplomatic offensive (www.economist.com)
  
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Could OpenAI be the next tech giant? (www.economist.com)
  
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France rolls out the red carpet for Britain (www.economist.com)
  
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Which languages take the longest to learn? (www.economist.com)
  
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The high-tech, low-tech struggle to end AIDS (www.economist.com)
  
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An interview with the head of Ukraine’s defence intelligence (www.economist.com)
  
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Why aren’t more people being sacked? (www.economist.com)
  
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In America, lots of usable organs go unrecovered or get binned (www.economist.com)
  
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A fight over dangerous dogs in Britain (www.economist.com)
  
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The mystery surrounding China’s missing defence minister (www.economist.com)
  
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Are American children’s books getting more “woke”? (www.economist.com)
  
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Arm’s successful debut may signal an end to the IPO drought (www.economist.com)
  
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Xi Jinping builds a 21st-century police state (www.economist.com)
  
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China’s government launches a campaign against medical corruption (www.economist.com)
  
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Wang Fang’s performance in Ukraine highlights divisions in China (www.economist.com)
  
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China’s push to create a single national identity (www.economist.com)
  
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How to unite India, Bollywood-style (www.economist.com)
  
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Hornbills, otters and even a tapir: Singapore is rewilding (www.economist.com)
  
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Kenya wants to pioneer a new African approach to global warming (www.economist.com)
  
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Short of cash, Brazil’s government may end its gambling prohibition (www.economist.com)
  
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Latin America remains a playground for Russian intelligence (www.economist.com)
  
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Why some GOP candidates don’t act as aggrieved as Donald Trump (www.economist.com)
  
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Texas Republicans may oust Ken Paxton, one of their own (www.economist.com)
  
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Wyoming wants to become America’s crypto capital (www.economist.com)
  
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Drugs to treat alcohol addiction are underused (www.economist.com)
  
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Meet Matus Vallo, Bratislava’s hipster mayor-architect (www.economist.com)
  
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Italy needs more migrants, but has trouble admitting it (www.economist.com)
  
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Rory Stewart and friends need to stop worrying and learn to love politics (www.economist.com)
  
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The (not so) great escape (www.economist.com)
  
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Why more English councils will go bust (www.economist.com)
  
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The Mittelstand will redeem German innovation (www.economist.com)
  
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Electric two-wheelers are creating a buzz in Asia (www.economist.com)
  
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Apple is only the latest casualty of the Sino-American tech war (www.economist.com)
  
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Who is the most important person in your company? (www.economist.com)
  
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Why are so many Britons not working? (www.economist.com)
  
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Modi’s “one India” goal is good for the economy, but not for politics (www.economist.com)
  
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India’s property market is ready for take-off (www.economist.com)
  
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The resumption of student-loan payments will hit American growth (www.economist.com)
  
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The hard right is getting closer to power all over Europe (www.economist.com)
  
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Why Britain has a unique problem with economic inactivity (www.economist.com)
  
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Chinese carmakers are under scrutiny in Europe (www.economist.com)
  
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The judge and the attorney-general fighting for Israeli democracy (www.economist.com)
  
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How artificial intelligence can revolutionise science (www.economist.com)
  
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The EU’s liberals need better ways to deal with populists (www.economist.com)
  
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Germany’s rampant hard-right AfD puts other parties in a fix (www.economist.com)
  
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Why diamonds are losing their allure (www.economist.com)
  
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Has the European Central Bank become too powerful? (www.economist.com)
  
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The dangers posed by a deal between Russia and North Korea (www.economist.com)
  
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How science will be transformed by AI (www.economist.com)
  
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Could AI transform science itself? (www.economist.com)
  
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How scientists are using artificial intelligence (www.economist.com)
  
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A showdown between the DoJ and Google begins (www.economist.com)
  
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Narendra Modi is widening India’s fierce regional divides (www.economist.com)
  
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The lethal negligence of politicians in Morocco and Libya (www.economist.com)
  
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Why is Vladimir Putin looking to North Korea for arms? (www.economist.com)
  
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Douglas Lenat trained computers to think the old-fashioned way (www.economist.com)
  
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Joe Biden’s love of unions runs into a giant strike (www.economist.com)
  
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How to get ready for the end of the world (www.economist.com)
  
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Global democratic backsliding seems real, even if it is hard to measure (www.economist.com)
  
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A spy for China in Britain’s Parliament? (www.economist.com)
  
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Meet the plucky firms that are beating big tech (www.economist.com)
  
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Are Ukraine’s tactics working? (www.economist.com)
  
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Reassessing the Oslo accords (www.economist.com)
  
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Hunter Biden’s problems show no sign of going away (www.economist.com)
  
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How to avoid a green-metals crunch (www.economist.com)
  
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Europe, not America, is now Ukraine’s largest backer (www.economist.com)
  
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Ukraine’s small Jewish community is thriving (www.economist.com)
  
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Britain’s surprising, upstart universities (www.economist.com)
  
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Kenya’s president, William Ruto, shows two sides (www.economist.com)
  
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What can Chile’s politicians learn from the coup in 1973? (www.economist.com)
  
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“This is a bad moment” for diplomacy: our interview with Zelensky (www.economist.com)
  
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Does China face a lost decade? (www.economist.com)
  
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Which countries get the best night’s sleep? (www.economist.com)
  
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The escape of a terror suspect shines a light on Britain’s jails (www.economist.com)
  
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The old have come to dominate American politics (www.economist.com)
  
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America’s schools start too early. That’s starting to change (www.economist.com)
  
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A welcome return for Britain to the EU’s main research programme (www.economist.com)
  
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China’s Belt and Road Initiative will keep testing the West (www.economist.com)
  
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Isabel Crook devoted her long life to making a new China (www.economist.com)
  
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The Belt and Road, as seen from China (www.economist.com)
  
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Joe Biden’s visit to Hanoi is a signal to China (www.economist.com)
  
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The G20 has been a resounding success for India (www.economist.com)
  
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Uzbekistan’s Bukharan Jews are disappearing (www.economist.com)
  
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What will Indonesia look like after Jokowi leaves? (www.economist.com)
  
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In just 100 days Nigeria’s new president has made bold reforms (www.economist.com)
  
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Deterring would-be putschists in Africa is getting harder (www.economist.com)
  
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A new railway will at last link Iran and Iraq (www.economist.com)
  
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Egypt’s cities of the dead (www.economist.com)
  
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What Democrats can learn from Bobby Kennedy (www.economist.com)
  
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An unusual coalition is emerging in California’s school-board fights (www.economist.com)
  
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New York City is restricting Airbnb (www.economist.com)
  
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Where do Americans mingle? (www.economist.com)
  
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Stuttgart’s ever-receding station is Germany’s latest transport fiasco (www.economist.com)
  
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The uncertain future of Greeks in Turkey (www.economist.com)
  
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What is killing white Britons? (www.economist.com)
  
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Should Britain’s police chiefs be able to sack rogue officers? (www.economist.com)
  
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How London bus drivers changed the world (www.economist.com)
  
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Britain will ease some environmental rules for housebuilders (www.economist.com)
  
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Networking for introverts: a how-to guide (www.economist.com)
  
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Meet the world’s most enduring product (www.economist.com)
  
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Trade unions take on more American firms—and not just in America (www.economist.com)
  
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TikTok is wading into South-East Asia’s e-commerce wars (www.economist.com)
  
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German builders are on the brink of collapse (www.economist.com)
  
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Javier Milei would be a danger for democracy in Argentina (www.economist.com)
  
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Meet Javier Milei, the frontrunner to be Argentina’s next president (www.economist.com)
  
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The pandemic has broken a benchmark economic survey (www.economist.com)
  
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Can America’s Supreme Court police itself? (www.economist.com)
  
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A year after Iran was shaken by protests, zealots have tightened their grip (www.economist.com)
  
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The Gulf countries want to reshape the Middle East in their image (www.economist.com)
  
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Argentina needs to default, not dollarise (www.economist.com)
  
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Should you fix your mortgage for ever? (www.economist.com)
  
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How Chicago school economists reshaped American justice (www.economist.com)
  
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China’s slowdown is rattling Asian economies (www.economist.com)
  
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The end of a remarkable era in Indian finance (www.economist.com)
  
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Wall Street is racing to manage your wealth. That is a good thing (www.economist.com)
  
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The new Middle East has more money and less mayhem. For now (www.economist.com)
  
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Propane-powered heat pumps are greener (www.economist.com)
  
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The path ahead for China’s Belt and Road Initiative (www.economist.com)
  
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America’s Supreme Court should adopt new ethics standards (www.economist.com)
  
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Can YIMBYs ease the global housing crunch? (www.economist.com)
  
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How the Pentagon assesses Ukraine’s progress (www.economist.com)
  
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Heat pumps show how hard decarbonisation will be (www.economist.com)
  
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Animals can be tracked by simply swabbing leaves (www.economist.com)
  
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Plants don’t have ears. But they can still detect sound (www.economist.com)
  
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The EU’s rotating presidency is a relic of the past. It should be scrapped (www.economist.com)
  
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British MPs debate a crisis over school buildings. Childishly (www.economist.com)
  
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A higher global oil price will help Russia pay for its war (www.economist.com)
  
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The $100trn battle for the world’s wealthiest people (www.economist.com)
  
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Mexico will probably get its first female president next year (www.economist.com)
  
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Studying the link between female sexual organs and the brain (www.economist.com)
  
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Britain is losing its way in cutting carbon (www.economist.com)
  
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Inside Ukraine’s assassination programme (www.economist.com)
  
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Is Ukraine really interested in fighting corruption? (www.economist.com)
  
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Britain’s statisticians fix a blunder and find a bigger economy (www.economist.com)
  
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America’s bosses just won’t quit. That could spell trouble (www.economist.com)
  
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An Armenian enclave inside Azerbaijan is on the point of starvation (www.economist.com)
  
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Meet Ernie, China’s answer to ChatGPT (www.economist.com)
  
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The undeclared race to replace Emmanuel Macron (www.economist.com)
  
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Ukraine’s counteroffensive is speeding up (www.economist.com)
  
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How successful is egg freezing at preserving fertility? (www.economist.com)
  
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Wagner routinely targets civilians in Africa (www.economist.com)
  
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When China thought America might invade (www.economist.com)
  
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An old health insurance scheme in China may have saved millions (www.economist.com)
  
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China’s Communist Party has co-opted ancient music (www.economist.com)
  
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China has embraced pets, but animal welfare is still a problem (www.economist.com)
  
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South-East Asian democracy is declining (www.economist.com)
  
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What now for Thailand’s weed industry? (www.economist.com)
  
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Japan is preparing for a massive earthquake (www.economist.com)
  
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Wagner’s customers will have to adjust to new leadership (www.economist.com)
  
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Chile is still haunted by the coup in September 1973 (www.economist.com)
  
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Romance (as a category) is far from dead (www.economist.com)
  
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An explosion of lawsuits is not making websites more accessible (www.economist.com)
  
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Cities are suing car manufacturers over auto theft. They have a case (www.economist.com)
  
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Business leaders worry about the rise of the AfD (www.economist.com)
  
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Thousands of Ukrainian men are avoiding military service (www.economist.com)
  
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Britons should watch GB News, carefully (www.economist.com)
  
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Why Britain is so bad at diagnosing cancer (www.economist.com)
  
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Britain’s smaller cities desperately need better transport (www.economist.com)
  
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Political dysfunction in Northern Ireland is the new normal (www.economist.com)
  
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Can Scotland help Labour form Britain’s next government? (www.economist.com)
  
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Cherish your Uber drivers. Soon they will be robots (www.economist.com)
  
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The best bosses know how to subtract work (www.economist.com)
  
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The rise of the Asian activist investor (www.economist.com)
  
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India’s scandal-hit Adani Group forges on (www.economist.com)
  
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From social-media stars to the Mexican army, everyone wants to run an airline (www.economist.com)
  
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How to stop a three-way nuclear arms-race (www.economist.com)
  
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AI will change American elections, but not in the obvious way (www.economist.com)
  
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Germany’s economic model is sputtering. So are its banks (www.economist.com)
  
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Europe’s economy looks to be heading for trouble (www.economist.com)
  
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How will politicians escape enormous public debts? (www.economist.com)
  
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Which country’s genius deserves the €500 note? (www.economist.com)
  
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Joe Biden’s re-election bid is in trouble (www.economist.com)
  
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Why paranoid nationalism fosters corruption (www.economist.com)
  
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To fix broken mortgage markets, look to Denmark (www.economist.com)
  
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How paranoid nationalism corrupts (www.economist.com)
  
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How artificial intelligence will affect the elections of 2024 (www.economist.com)
  
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China is stoking anger over Japan’s release of nuclear waste water (www.economist.com)
  
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Medicare should negotiate with drugmakers. But not set prices (www.economist.com)
  
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How can American house prices still be rising? (www.economist.com)
  
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Who is to blame in Britain for delayed and cancelled flights? (www.economist.com)
  
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Some forms of chronic pain are particularly mysterious (www.economist.com)
  
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Another coup in Africa topples the family dynasty in Gabon (www.economist.com)
  
Andriy Pilshchykov pleaded for F-16s to be sent to Ukraine (www.economist.com)
  
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Why Libya’s cackhanded Israel diplomacy is bad for America, too (www.economist.com)
  
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A new nuclear arms race looms (www.economist.com)
  
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America’s plan to cut drug prices comes with unpleasant side-effects (www.economist.com)
  
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High bond yields imperil America’s financial stability (www.economist.com)
  
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A blunder costs a British town billions (www.economist.com)
  
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A sexism scandal in Spanish football hides the country’s progress (www.economist.com)
  
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Foxconn’s founder, Terry Gou, enters Taiwan’s presidential race (www.economist.com)
  
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China’s shadow-banking industry threatens its financial system (www.economist.com)
  
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New York’s shelter system is being overwhelmed by migrants (www.economist.com)
  
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Italy’s hard-right government is starting to look more radical (www.economist.com)
  
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How the Blitz changed London for the better (www.economist.com)
  
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Britain’s failed experiment in boosting low-wage sectors (www.economist.com)
  
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