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3 - Trump Administration Considers Moves to Bolster Economy Link
4 - How Shareholder Democracy Failed the People Link
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9 - Senator Kirsten Gillibrand on Al Franken Link
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12 - The World Has a Germany Problem Link
13 - Harvesting Irony in Alaska Link
14 - It Just Got Harder to Get Birth Control in America Link
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17 - A Measure of Justice for Eric Garner, and for Daniel Pantaleo Link
18 - Toxic Nostalgia Breeds Derangement Link
19 - When Parents Eavesdrop on Nannies Link
20 - El Paso, Two Weeks Later Link
21 - How Much Damage Have Republicans Done in the States? Link
22 - China: Free Our Parents From Concentration Camps Link
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24 - Fighting Racism Even, and Especially, Where We Don’t Realize It Exists Link
25 - It’s Not Always Excellent to Be Jamie Oliver Link
26 - How the N.Y.P.D. Commissioner Grappled With the Eric Garner Decision Link
27 - British Consular Worker From Hong Kong Feared Detained in China Link
28 - Ransomware Attack Hits 23 Texas Towns, Authorities Say Link
29 - Clerk Convicted of Murder for Shooting Memphis Teenager Who Stole ‘$2 Beer’ Link
30 - Jill Biden, Stressing Trump Matchup, Makes a Blunt Case for Her Husband Link
31 - ‘Tasting Funny for Years’: Lead in the Water and a City in Crisis Link
32 - Italy’s Government Faces a Confidence Vote Where Nothing Is Certain Link
33 - Notre-Dame Construction Resumes in Paris, but Worries About Lead Remain Link
34 - Stephen Curry to Bankroll Golf’s Return to Howard University Link
35 - What to Do When You’ve Said the Wrong Thing Link
36 - Always Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop? Here’s How to Quit Worrying Link
37 - H.D.R. Is Coming to a TV Near You. Here’s Why You Should Care. Link
38 - What Makes People Charismatic, and How You Can Be, Too Link
39 - What Different-Looking People Would Like You to Know Before You Stare Link
40 - Midway Through His Year, Our 52 Places Traveler Answers Readers’ Questions Link
41 - A Teenage NASCAR Driver Is Content to Go Slow for Now Link
42 - A Teen Pretends to Be Trans, and Some Viewers Object to the Deception Link
43 - The Best and Easiest Vacation Meal Link
44 - I Go on Family Vacations With My Rich Siblings. Must I Pay the Same? Link
45 - The Thick Gray Line: Forest Elephants Defend Against Climate Change Link
46 - The Keto Diet Is Popular, but Is It Good for You? Link
47 - Spraying Antibiotics to Fight Citrus Scourge Doesn’t Help, Study Finds Link
48 - Getting the Right Care for Painful Autoimmune Conditions Link
49 - In Southern Appalachia, Searching for the ‘Big Bang’ of Country Music Link
50 - Michael Phelps Is Losing World Records, but He’s Gained Other Treasures Link
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9 - ¿Quién tiene la culpa de la crisis económica en Argentina? Link
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12 - Colombia Airmen Plunge to Death Wrapped in Flag During Stunt Link
13 - How Women Can Escape the Likability Trap Link
14 - Facebook and Twitter Say China Is Spreading Disinformation in Hong Kong Link
15 - Planned Parenthood Refuses Federal Funds Over Abortion Restrictions Link
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1 - The environment is Canada’s biggest wedge issue Link
2 - Culture wars, Canadian-style Link
3 - Redistribution and innovation drive Canada’s changing economy Link
4 - The election in October will be a test of Canada’s liberal values Link
5 - Canada is feeling lonely, but its place internationally is still strong Link
6 - Canada’s indigenous peoples are claiming new rights and resources Link
7 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
8 - Canadians must decide if they want to remain a liberal beacon Link
9 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
10 - Companies must get ready for a riskier world Link
11 - Supply chains for different industries are fragmenting in different ways Link
12 - Amazon and Alibaba are pacesetters of the next supply-chain revolution Link
13 - Which way out? Link
14 - Multinational companies are adjusting to shorter supply chains Link
15 - Supply chains are undergoing a dramatic transformation Link
16 - Digitisation is helping to deliver goods faster Link
17 - California and Texas have different visions for America’s future Link
18 - Immigration shapes the politics of California and Texas Link
19 - California and Texas are both failing their neediest citizens Link
20 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
21 - Public education in both California and Texas is poor Link
22 - California is a leader on environmentalism Link
23 - Many people are moving from California to Texas Link
24 - Texas seems better placed to adapt than California Link
25 - America’s military relationship with China needs rules Link
26 - In Beijing, views of America have become deeply cynical Link
27 - America and China must manage their rivalry or risk disaster Link
28 - America still leads in technology, but China is catching up fast Link
29 - The trouble with putting tariffs on Chinese goods Link
30 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
31 - In Washington, talk of a China threat cuts across the political divide Link
32 - Why Iowa is Xi Jinping’s favourite corner of America Link
33 - Trade can no longer anchor America’s relationship with China Link
34 - Ordinary Americans and Chinese seem to be drifting apart Link
35 - What bankers need to know about the mobile generation Link
36 - In South-East Asia, Grab and Gojek bring banking to the masses Link
37 - South Korea is trying to make banking fun Link
38 - The banking revolution is great for customers Link
39 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
40 - Neobanks are changing Britain’s banking landscape Link
41 - Young people and their phones are shaking up banking Link
42 - How Singapore’s incumbent banks are preparing for competition Link
43 - “Flanker” banks are seeking to combine the old and new Link
44 - New apps are teaching children how to manage their money Link
45 - Some South Africans are rethinking Nelson Mandela’s legacy Link
46 - South Africa needs a broader choice of leadership options Link
47 - South Africa’s youngsters are let down by a lousy education system Link
48 - High unemployment is a symptom of South Africa’s economic malaise Link
49 - A decade of “state capture” has damaged South Africa’s institutions Link
50 - Cyril Ramaphosa faces a daunting task if he wins South Africa’s election Link
51 - Cyril Ramaphosa must start his reforms within the ANC Link
52 - Land reform will continue to be one of South Africa’s biggest problems Link
53 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
54 - Acknowledgments and further reading Link
55 - Private education can complement the public sort Link
56 - How Chile combines competition and public funding Link
57 - Private education is booming in new markets and new forms Link
58 - Even in China, one-size education does not fit all Link
59 - A look inside a Pakistani madrassa Link
60 - Online tutoring works better than some might expect Link
61 - Private education is stepping in where the state leaves off Link
62 - Preparing for conflicts by cyber-means Link
63 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
64 - What NATO is doing to keep abreast of new challenges Link
65 - Decades after the end of the cold war, Russia is showing new aggression Link
66 - What would happen if America left Europe to fend for itself? Link
67 - NATO members’ promise of spending 2% of their GDP on defence is proving hard to keep Link
68 - What NATO needs to do to live to its 100th birthday Link
69 - How NATO is shaping up at 70 Link
70 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
71 - Disputes over water will be an increasing source of international tension Link
72 - Manufactured water can supplement the natural stuff, but never replace it Link
73 - Climate change and population growth are making the world’s water woes more urgent Link
74 - The best way to solve the world’s water woes is to use less of it Link
75 - Poisoned and over-exploited, many rivers are in a parlous state Link
76 - Water, the original solvent, can provide its own solutions Link
77 - Groundwater is helping to feed the world, but it is dangerously depleted Link
78 - Third-generation Muslims in the West are devising a new Islam for themselves Link
79 - Key strains and institutions of Islam explained Link
80 - Radicalised jihadists have done untold damage to Islam’s image Link
81 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
82 - How Islam in the West is influenced from abroad Link
83 - Islam’s long history in Europe has entered a new chapter Link
84 - The 30m Muslims living in Europe and America are gradually becoming integrated Link
85 - Western governments want to have more influence on Muslim practice with their own borders Link
86 - The early years are getting increasing attention Link
87 - The art and science of parenting Link
88 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
89 - In the Middle Ages there was no such thing as childhood Link
90 - Parenting methods are exacerbating social divisions Link
91 - The continuing importance of the family Link
92 - How children interact with digital media Link
93 - Why children’s lives have changed radically in just a few decades Link
94 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
95 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
96 - Technology firms are both the friend and the foe of competition Link
97 - Which American industries are most in danger of monopoly? Link
98 - Across the West powerful firms are becoming even more powerful Link
99 - Regulators across the West are in need of a shake-up Link
100 - Western governments need a plan for reinstating effective competition Link