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1 - Conservatives Win Commanding Majority in U.K. Vote: ‘Brexit Will Happen’ Link
2 - U.K. Election Updates: In Victory, Johnson Promises Brexit and More Link
3 - British Election, Advancing Brexit, Heralds End of a Global Trade Era Link
4 - Brexit Once Meant a Weaker British Pound, but Not Anymore Link
5 - U.S. Settles on Outline of Elusive China Trade Deal Link
6 - House Panel Delays Vote on Impeachment Articles Link
7 - In a Polarized Era, Will Impeachment Become a ‘New Normal’? Link
8 - For Trump, Impeachment May Be a Political Plus but Also a Personal Humiliation Link
9 - She Accused a Tech Billionaire of Rape. The Chinese Internet Turned Against Her. Link
10 - Democrats Agree on One Thing: They’re Very, Very Nervous Link
11 - The Candidates: Elizabeth Warren Link
12 - Boris Johnson, China, David Stern: Your Friday Briefing Link
13 - How the Slaying of Tessa Majors Rattled a Campus Link
14 - One Thing Your City Can Do: Reduce Food Waste Link
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16 - Boris Johnson Will Change Britain Forever Link
17 - Democracy Grief Is Real Link
18 - How Trump Weaponized the Justice Department’s Inspector General Link
19 - Is Big Tech Stepping Up? Link
20 - Would You Let a Robot Take Care of Your Mother? Link
21 - The Politics of Exhaustion Link
22 - Gretchen Carlson: Fox News, I Want My Voice Back Link
23 - The Party That Ruined the Planet Link
24 - Donald Trump Wanted Another Roy Cohn. He Got Bill Barr. Link
25 - What That Executive Order Really Means Link
26 - The New NAFTA Is Better Than No NAFTA at All Link
27 - How to Refeather Your Empty Nest Link
28 - It Wasn’t Me He Wanted Link
29 - F.T.C. Is Said to Consider an Injunction Against Facebook Link
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31 - Trump Mocks Greta Thunberg on Twitter, and She Jabs Back Link
32 - Federal Watchdog Questions Billions of Dollars Paid to Private Medicare Plans Link
33 - Help Wanted: Queen Elizabeth Seeks Social Media Director on LinkedIn Link
34 - Killing of Barnard Student Tessa Majors Unnerves Campus and City Link
35 - Trump’s Order to Combat Anti-Semitism Divides Its Audience: American Jews Link
36 - New Zealand Seeks Human Skin to Treat Volcano Burn Victims Link
37 - Inmates Sleep in Hallways as Rural Jails Lock Up More Than Big Cities Link
38 - How to Argue on the Internet Without Losing Your Mind Link
39 - Is It Bad That I Gchat My Friends While I’m at Work? Link
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41 - What Your Email Signature Says About You Link
42 - You Live Your Life Online. Don’t Forget Your Manners Link
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44 - ‘Uncut Gems’ Review: Adam Sandler’s Punch-Drunk Hustle Link
45 - Trevor Noah on Trump vs. Greta: Like F.D.R. Bullying Shirley Temple Link
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48 - For the Holidays, the Gift of Self-Care Link
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1 - After half a century of success, the Asian tigers must reinvent themselves Link
2 - It has become harder for the Asian tigers to prosper through exports Link
3 - Asian-tiger governments are steering their economies with a lighter touch Link
4 - Social unrest in places like Hong Kong is not proof of economic failure Link
5 - Does democracy hurt or help growth in the tiger economies of Asia? Link
6 - Will age weaken the Asian tiger economies? Link
7 - Where do the Asian tiger economies go from here? Link
8 - To make the world richer, let people move Link
9 - How migration makes the world brainier Link
10 - When a worker migrates, a family benefits Link
11 - Why the arguments against immigration are so popular Link
12 - Why people should leave the countryside Link
13 - Why voting with your feet is more effective than a ballot Link
14 - Acknowledgments Link
15 - India is stumbling because of its prime minister’s failure to curb his darker side Link
16 - What does Narendra Modi want? Link
17 - India’s foreign policy remains cautious and unimaginative Link
18 - A downturn in India reveals the desperate need for deeper reform Link
19 - Environmental, educational and administrative gridlock threaten India’s future Link
20 - Narendra Modi must reassure Indians that he is committed to democracy Link
21 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
22 - Inflation is losing its meaning as an economic indicator Link
23 - Economists’ models of inflation are letting them down Link
24 - Technology is making inflation statistics an unreliable guide to the economy Link
25 - Low inflation is a global phenomenon with global causes Link
26 - Why onions and pigs can give economists a headache Link
27 - Most, but not all, emerging markets have overcome high inflation Link
28 - How to make economic policy fit for a world of low inflation Link
29 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
30 - The best way to eradicate poverty in America is to focus on children Link
31 - The official way America calculates poverty is deeply flawed Link
32 - American poverty is moving from the cities to the suburbs Link
33 - Poverty in America continues to affect people of colour most Link
34 - How much can enterprise and philanthropy help alleviate American poverty? Link
35 - Poverty in America has long-lasting, destructive consequences on children Link
36 - Progress is possible in America’s ongoing war on poverty Link
37 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
38 - Canadians must decide if they want to remain a liberal beacon Link
39 - Redistribution and innovation drive Canada’s changing economy Link
40 - Culture wars, Canadian-style Link
41 - The environment is Canada’s biggest wedge issue Link
42 - Canada’s indigenous peoples are claiming new rights and resources Link
43 - Canada is feeling lonely, but its place internationally is still strong Link
44 - The election in October will be a test of Canada’s liberal values Link
45 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
46 - Supply chains are undergoing a dramatic transformation Link
47 - Multinational companies are adjusting to shorter supply chains Link
48 - Supply chains for different industries are fragmenting in different ways Link
49 - Which way out? Link
50 - Amazon and Alibaba are pacesetters of the next supply-chain revolution Link
51 - Digitisation is helping to deliver goods faster Link
52 - Companies must get ready for a riskier world Link
53 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
54 - California and Texas have different visions for America’s future Link
55 - Many people are moving from California to Texas Link
56 - Public education in both California and Texas is poor Link
57 - California and Texas are both failing their neediest citizens Link
58 - California is a leader on environmentalism Link
59 - Immigration shapes the politics of California and Texas Link
60 - Texas seems better placed to adapt than California Link
61 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
62 - Trade can no longer anchor America’s relationship with China Link
63 - In Washington, talk of a China threat cuts across the political divide Link
64 - In Beijing, views of America have become deeply cynical Link
65 - Why Iowa is Xi Jinping’s favourite corner of America Link
66 - Ordinary Americans and Chinese seem to be drifting apart Link
67 - America still leads in technology, but China is catching up fast Link
68 - America’s military relationship with China needs rules Link
69 - The trouble with putting tariffs on Chinese goods Link
70 - America and China must manage their rivalry or risk disaster Link
71 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
72 - Young people and their phones are shaking up banking Link
73 - South Korea is trying to make banking fun Link
74 - What bankers need to know about the mobile generation Link
75 - In South-East Asia, Grab and Gojek bring banking to the masses Link
76 - How Singapore’s incumbent banks are preparing for competition Link
77 - Neobanks are changing Britain’s banking landscape Link
78 - New apps are teaching children how to manage their money Link
79 - “Flanker” banks are seeking to combine the old and new Link
80 - The banking revolution is great for customers Link
81 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
82 - Cyril Ramaphosa faces a daunting task if he wins South Africa’s election Link
83 - A decade of “state capture” has damaged South Africa’s institutions Link
84 - Cyril Ramaphosa must start his reforms within the ANC Link
85 - Some South Africans are rethinking Nelson Mandela’s legacy Link
86 - High unemployment is a symptom of South Africa’s economic malaise Link
87 - Land reform will continue to be one of South Africa’s biggest problems Link
88 - South Africa’s youngsters are let down by a lousy education system Link
89 - South Africa needs a broader choice of leadership options Link
90 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
91 - Private education is booming in new markets and new forms Link
92 - Private education is stepping in where the state leaves off Link
93 - Online tutoring works better than some might expect Link
94 - Even in China, one-size education does not fit all Link
95 - A look inside a Pakistani madrassa Link
96 - How Chile combines competition and public funding Link
97 - Private education can complement the public sort Link
98 - Acknowledgments and further reading Link
99 - How NATO is shaping up at 70 Link
100 - Decades after the end of the cold war, Russia is showing new aggression Link