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Trying to sell beer in Muslim Niger
Trying to sell beer in Muslim Niger
by The Economist

IN AN industrial park in Niamey, the capital of Niger,...

Why the IPCC’s report on global warming matters
Why the IPCC’s report on global warming matters
by The Economist

FOR decades scientists have warned that rising atmospheric concentrations of...

The next recession
The next recession
by The Economist

JUST a year ago the world was enjoying a synchronised...

Nigeria’s presidential election pits a wheeler-dealer against a soldier
Nigeria’s presidential election pits a wheeler-dealer against a soldier
by The Economist

AND then there were two. After a long night of...

​Egyptians are upset by Britain’s disregard for a gift
​Egyptians are upset by Britain’s disregard for a gift
by The Economist

​FOR two millennia Europeans have prized ancient Egyptian obelisks. Roman...

​Africa’s oldest president, campaigns for another term in Cameroon
​Africa’s oldest president, campaigns for another term in Cameroon
by The Economist

​ON THE campaign trail Paul Biya’s motto is “La Force...

The unlikely survival of May’s Chequers plan for Brexit
The unlikely survival of May’s Chequers plan for Brexit
by The Economist

COMPROMISES have few friends. So it has proved with the...

A manifesto for renewing liberalism
A manifesto for renewing liberalism
by Editor

LIBERALISM made the modern world, but the modern world is...

Has finance been fixed?
Has finance been fixed?
by The Economist

WHEN historians gaze back at the early 21st century, they...

Jacob Zuma’s legacy endures
Jacob Zuma’s legacy endures
by The Economist

WHEN Cyril Ramaphosa became president in February, replacing the disastrous...