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The Economist

The Facebook scandal could change politics as well as the internet
The Facebook scandal could change politics as well as the internet
by The Economist

“MY GOAL was never really to make Facebook cool. I...

Bangladesh shows how to keep children alive
Bangladesh shows how to keep children alive
by The Economist

FOR adventurous travellers, it is merely an embarrassing nuisance. But...

Forty-four African countries sign a free-trade deal
Forty-four African countries sign a free-trade deal
by The Economist

“LET’S get together,” sang the choir to the rhythm of...

The struggle for Russia is just beginning
The struggle for Russia is just beginning
by The Economist

THE ballot-stuffing, blatant and in full view of the cameras,...

Getting medicines to market faster
Getting medicines to market faster
by The Economist

REGULATORS can be both a help and a hindrance to...

How to rig an economy
How to rig an economy
by The Economist

EVERY month Debbie Varnam of Shallotte, North Carolina, must pay...

Congo is sliding back to bloodshed
Congo is sliding back to bloodshed
by The Economist

NO CONFLICT since the 1940s has been bloodier, yet few...

Creditors call time on China’s HNA
Creditors call time on China’s HNA
by The Economist

THE ascent of HNA, an aviation-to-financing giant, began on six...

What will result from America’s strangely timed fiscal stimulus?
What will result from America’s strangely timed fiscal stimulus?
by The Economist

GOOD economic news is not always good for everyone. On...

Three men and a vote
Three men and a vote
by The Economist

THEY have become a familiar sight standing on courtroom steps....

Time to end the academic arms race
Time to end the academic arms race
by The Economist

THERE are plenty of good reasons for a young person...

Deregulating American business
Deregulating American business
by Economist

DEREGULATION, along with tax cuts and trade reform, is one...