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Politics this week | The world this week
Business this week | The world this week
KAL’s cartoon | The world this week
The rich world is enjoying an unprecedented jobs boom - Work | Leaders
Big tech and the trade war - Circuit breaker | Leaders
Theresa May reaches the end of the road - Brexit chaos | Leaders
How to think about global warming and war - Climate of fear | Leaders
What Narendra Modi should do next - Hindu juggernaut | Leaders
Letters to the editor - On antibiotics, capital gains, China, America’s civil war, unicorns, ties | Letters
Across the rich world, an extraordinary jobs boom is under way - Working it | Briefing
America is turning against facial-recognition software - Policing and technology | United States
American voters don’t care about the economy - Polling and consumer confidence | United States
America’s natural kidneys need more protection, not less - Endangered wetlands | United States
Maine’s best-known industry is being pinched - The travails of lobstermen | United States
Why some American states are locking up toddlers - Prison childcare | United States
Congress is winning the legal battle against the White House - Donald Trump’s financial records | United States
Kamala Harris is doing better than she deserves - Lexington | United States
Guns from the United States are flooding Latin America - Law and ordnance | The Americas
Argentina’s former president wants to be Veep - Bello | The Americas
Narendra Modi scores a remarkable election victory - India’s election results | Asia
A political dynast is favoured to be Japan’s next prime minister - Cometh the hour, cometh the man’s son | Asia
How the mores of Indonesia’s biggest ethnic group shape its politics - Polite and powerful | Asia
Singapore’s government struggles to promote procreation - Baby strike | Asia
How the ruling coalition won an unexpected victory in Australia - Upset down under | Asia
The tortuous path to gay marriage in Taiwan - Banyan | Asia
African swine fever hits China, home of half the world’s pigs - Aporkalypse now | China
China is a nation of tea-drinkers, but coffee is taking off - Full of beans | China
Amid trade tensions with America, China is showing old war films - Chaguan | China
The Kurds are creating a state of their own in northern Syria - Who will rule the north? | Middle East and Africa
Arab states waste heaps of food during Ramadan - Full bellies and full bins | Middle East and Africa
The lessons of Bahrain, a state that tried to wean itself off oil - A Gulf case study | Middle East and Africa
Congo’s new president, Félix Tshisekedi, does not call the shots - Who’s the boss? | Middle East and Africa
How can Uganda export so much more gold than it mines? - Gold blush | Middle East and Africa
As Europe votes for its new Parliament, expect more fragmentation - Centrifugal forces | Europe
French President Emmanuel Macron’s party is struggling - Marching into trouble | Europe
Can protesters bring down the Czech prime minister? - Toughing it out | Europe
Bremen, a Social Democrat stronghold, may be about to fall - Fade to black | Europe
Steve Bannon’s monastic academy denies monkey business - Academic controversies | Europe
Why cosying up to populists rarely ends well for moderates - Charlemagne | Europe
Another British prime minister is destroyed by the Europe question - The bitter end of May | Britain
The Brexit Party wins the battle for Facebook clicks - Social climbers | Britain
Bail out British Steel? Why not Jamie Oliver’s restaurants too? - Steel v spaghetti | Britain
Paedophile-hunters give the police a headache—and evidence - Caught on camera | Britain
Asians are Britain’s biggest cricket fans. Why do so few go pro? - Subcontinental slip | Britain
Britain’s poshest investors are being hit by hurricane losses at Lloyd’s - Name dropping | Britain
Choosing Boris Johnson as prime minister would be a dangerous gamble - Bagehot | Britain
How climate change can fuel wars - Heating up | International
Huawei has been cut off from American technology - Technology and politics | Business
Western firms increasingly admire—and want—Chinese technology - Acquired taste | Business
Big agribusiness wants to make quinoa more mainstream - Seed bump | Business
Airlines would like to see Boeing’s 737 MAX back in the air - MAXed out | Business
Switzerland will remain a low-tax centre for big firms - Havenly as ever | Business
India’s stealth privatisation - Shutting the state-wallah | Business
The management wisdom of Bill Campbell - Bartleby | Business
How to make social media safe for children - Kids aren’t alright | Business
A Shakespearean guide to how firms tackle climate change - Schumpeter | Business
The joys and pains of investing in a mature business cycle - Late in the day | Finance and economics
Should Germany borrow to invest? - Black books | Finance and economics
Goldman wants to manage the assets of the middling rich - Chubby cats | Finance and economics
American importers of metals from Canada and Mexico gain relief from tariffs - Shining brighter | Finance and economics
Economies and stockmarkets do not always match up well - Buttonwood | Finance and economics
TransferWise becomes Europe’s most valuable fintech - Into the big league | Finance and economics
How to tax sugary drinks - Soda stream | Finance and economics
Zimbabwe struggles to keep its fledgling currency alive - A mouthful of zollars | Finance and economics
As the trade war heats up, China looks to Japan’s past for lessons - Free exchange | Finance and economics
Online identification is getting more and more intrusive - Behavioural biometrics | Science and technology
Measles is often spread by adults - Never too old | Science and technology
If you’re looking for gold, look in trees - Gold prospecting | Science and technology
Did cooking in hot springs make humans brainy? - Human evolution | Science and technology
For some in Brazil, commemorating slavery is vital - Giving up the ghosts | Books and arts
Big Brother’s long afterlife - The clock strikes 13 | Books and arts
Sex, drugs and the birth of modernity - Prince charmless | Books and arts
Remembering Tony Thomas, a great Economist journalist - The boy from Africa | Books and arts
The language struggles of immigrants to America - Johnson | Books and arts
Economic data, commodities and markets | Economic and financial indicators
China is surprisingly carbon-efficient—but still the world’s biggest emitter - Not-so-cold comfort | Graphic detail
Obituary: Bob Hawke died on May 16th - Advance Australia Fair | Obituary

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