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Italians vote for fewer, better politicians
Britain’s experiment in radical rail privatisation is over
Why governments get covid-19 wrong
China now has the world’s largest fleet, alarming its Pacific rival
Why covid-19 will make killing zombie firms off harder
A veteran Malaysian politician tries to topple the government
How to make American judges less notorious
The problem of the EU’s “golden passports”
Why so many Indonesians want to be public servants
France, as ever, wants to be both European and French
Has the Vatican cleaned up its finances?
Even as countries peck at each other, their birdwatchers co-operate
How Donald Kendall, as PepsiCo’s boss, sparked the cola wars
The British government tightens covid-19 restrictions
India’s government prunes the regulations stifling farmers
Keir Starmer’s rather conservative message to Britain
What does Amy Coney Barrett think?
Economic data, commodities and markets
James Baker and the art of power
Why funnel-web spiders are so dangerous to people
What to do about zombie firms
Social-media platforms are destroying evidence of war crimes
What Warren Buffett sees in Japan Inc
Ghana is planning to sell most of its future gold royalties
The pandemic is plunging millions back into extreme poverty
Ukraine’s anti-corruption court bares its teeth
Upcoming referendums will show how the Swiss may relate to the EU
Hercule Poirot turns 100
The knife fight over Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s replacement
Letters to the editor
“Keeping the economy open, blanket lockdowns: both of those extremes are wrong”—covid’s next phase
China says it will cut its net carbon emissions to zero by 2060
Can TikTok help Oracle stay relevant in the cloud-computing age?
The Maine reason
The pandemic’s progress—what is the next stage in the fight against covid-19?
America’s big banks are starting to put women in charge