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1 - Protesters Return to Hong Kong’s Streets, Rejecting Leader’s Apology Link
2 - Hong Kong’s Retreat Chips Away at Xi Jinping’s Iron Image Link
3 - Wall Street Donors Are Swooning for Mayor Pete. (They Like Biden and Harris, Too.) Link
4 - Trump Campaign to Purge Pollsters After Leak of Dismal Results Link
5 - On the Doorstep With a Plea: Will You Support Medicare for All? Link
6 - The Youngest Known Child Separated From His Family at the U.S. Border Under Trump Link
7 - Driver’s Licenses for the Undocumented: New York’s Immigration Land Mine Link
8 - Blackout Hits Argentina and Uruguay, Affecting Tens of Millions Link
9 - A Dad by Any Other Name Link
10 - 11 of Our Best Weekend Reads Link
11 - Cecily Strong Reads ‘When the Doorman Is Your Main Man’ Link
12 - Money Is Not Just for Men Link
13 - These Are the Faces of Tranquillity Link
14 - When Dead Companies Don’t Die Link
15 - Why Hong Kong Is Still Marching Link
16 - How Should Christians Have Sex? Link
17 - A Down and Dirty White House Link
18 - Black Bodies, Green Spaces Link
19 - When We Kill Link
20 - Can Dads Have It All? Link
21 - Americans Need More Neighbors Link
22 - How to End a Friendship Link
23 - ‘The Gaze Is Ours’ Link
24 - The Pizza Ovens of Brooklyn Link
25 - I’m a Financial Journalist Who Was Bored Silly by Mergers. Not Anymore. Link
26 - Boeing Chief Acknowledges ‘Mistake’ Over 737 Max Warning Light Link
27 - A Teenager Had Nearly Escaped a Raging Fire. Then He Heard a Little Girl’s Cries. Link
28 - Visa Delays at Backlogged Immigration Service Strand International Students Link
29 - Here’s Baby Archie, on Prince Harry’s First Father’s Day Link
30 - Store’s Bid to Shame Customers Over Plastic Bags Backfires Link
31 - This Town Comes Alive Once a Year, as Thousands of Snakes Mate Link
32 - Nxivm Trial: Sex Cult Tried to Gather Intelligence on ‘Enemies’ Link
33 - Phoenix Mayor Apologizes After Officers Draw Guns on Family Over Report of Stolen Doll Link
34 - This Empty Lot Is Worth Millions. It’s Also an African-American Burial Ground. Link
35 - So You’ve Made a Huge Mistake. What Now? Link
36 - A Financial Checklist for Your Newly Minted High School Graduate Link
37 - Let Go of Your Grudges. They’re Doing You No Good. Link
38 - How to, Maybe, Be Less Indecisive (or Not) Link
39 - In ‘City on a Hill,’ a Crime-Ridden Boston Before the ‘Miracle’ Link
40 - Keith Botsford, Man of Letters and Saul Bellow Associate, Dies at 90 Link
41 - Her Ex Won’t Stop Texting. And That Makes Me the Bad Guy? Link
42 - The Unseen Worlds Beneath Us: Places of Beauty, Danger and Wisdom Link
43 - Breast Milk Is Teeming With Bacteria — That’s Good for the Baby Link
44 - How Surveillance Cameras Could Be Weaponized With A.I. Link
45 - Bats, Not Dogs, Are the Most Common Source of Rabies Link
46 - How Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka Spend Their Sundays Link
47 - One Reluctant Night Out Leads to a Forever Date Link
48 - The New Sobriety Link

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2 - Smash the Wellness Industry Link
3 - Thousands of Immigrant Children Said They Were Sexually Abused in U.S. Detention Centers, Report Says Link
4 - The Business of Health Care Depends on Exploiting Doctors and Nurses Link
5 - Rep. Pramila Jayapal: The Story of My Abortion Link
6 - U.S. Escalates Online Attacks on Russia’s Power Grid Link
7 - Sudan Ousted a Brutal Dictator. His Successor Was His Enforcer. Link
8 - A Down and Dirty White House Link
9 - When We Kill Link
10 - The Youngest Known Child Separated From His Family at the U.S. Border Under Trump Link
11 - Nazis Killed Her Father. Then She Fell in Love With One. Link
12 - Dylann Roof Is Sentenced to Death in Charleston Church Massacre Link
13 - How Should Christians Have Sex? Link
14 - ‘Flying Object’ Struck Tanker in Gulf of Oman, Operator Says, Not a Mine Link
15 - The New Sobriety Link
16 - Venezuela’s Collapse Is the Worst Outside of War in Decades, Economists Say Link
17 - The St. Louis Prosecutor Went After the Establishment. Now the Tables Are Turned. Link
18 - Franco Zeffirelli, Italian Director With Taste for Excess, Dies at 96 Link
19 - The Democratic Debate Lineups Are Set. Here’s What to Expect. Link

economist newest articles


1 - The promotion curse Link
2 - Brexit is the ideal moment to make English the EU’s common language Link
3 - How Mexico and Canada are trying to bypass Donald Trump Link
4 - Gulf states are becoming more adventurous investors Link
5 - Hong Kong’s leader backs down over controversial extradition bill Link
6 - Black men in America are living almost as long as white men Link
7 - Video gaming enters the cloud Link
8 - Iran is blowing up ships in the Gulf, says America Link
9 - The question is not who will lead the Conservative Party, but whether it will survive Link
10 - How to stop governments borrowing behind their people’s backs Link

economist special reports


1 - In Beijing, views of America have become deeply cynical Link
2 - America and China must manage their rivalry or risk disaster Link
3 - America still leads in technology, but China is catching up fast Link
4 - America’s military relationship with China needs rules Link
5 - The trouble with putting tariffs on Chinese goods Link
6 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
7 - In Washington, talk of a China threat cuts across the political divide Link
8 - Ordinary Americans and Chinese seem to be drifting apart Link
9 - Why Iowa is Xi Jinping’s favourite corner of America Link
10 - Trade can no longer anchor America’s relationship with China Link
11 - The banking revolution is great for customers Link
12 - New apps are teaching children how to manage their money Link
13 - “Flanker” banks are seeking to combine the old and new Link
14 - South Korea is trying to make banking fun Link
15 - What bankers need to know about the mobile generation Link
16 - In South-East Asia, Grab and Gojek bring banking to the masses Link
17 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
18 - Neobanks are changing Britain’s banking landscape Link
19 - How Singapore’s incumbent banks are preparing for competition Link
20 - Young people and their phones are shaking up banking Link
21 - South Africa needs a broader choice of leadership options Link
22 - South Africa’s youngsters are let down by a lousy education system Link
23 - Some South Africans are rethinking Nelson Mandela’s legacy Link
24 - High unemployment is a symptom of South Africa’s economic malaise Link
25 - A decade of “state capture” has damaged South Africa’s institutions Link
26 - Land reform will continue to be one of South Africa’s biggest problems Link
27 - Cyril Ramaphosa must start his reforms within the ANC Link
28 - Cyril Ramaphosa faces a daunting task if he wins South Africa’s election Link
29 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
30 - Private education is booming in new markets and new forms Link
31 - Private education can complement the public sort Link
32 - A look inside a Pakistani madrassa Link
33 - How Chile combines competition and public funding Link
34 - Acknowledgments and further reading Link
35 - Even in China, one-size education does not fit all Link
36 - Online tutoring works better than some might expect Link
37 - Private education is stepping in where the state leaves off Link
38 - Preparing for conflicts by cyber-means Link
39 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
40 - Decades after the end of the cold war, Russia is showing new aggression Link
41 - What NATO is doing to keep abreast of new challenges Link
42 - What would happen if America left Europe to fend for itself? Link
43 - NATO members’ promise of spending 2% of their GDP on defence is proving hard to keep Link
44 - How NATO is shaping up at 70 Link
45 - What NATO needs to do to live to its 100th birthday Link
46 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
47 - Disputes over water will be an increasing source of international tension Link
48 - Manufactured water can supplement the natural stuff, but never replace it Link
49 - The best way to solve the world’s water woes is to use less of it Link
50 - Poisoned and over-exploited, many rivers are in a parlous state Link
51 - Water, the original solvent, can provide its own solutions Link
52 - Climate change and population growth are making the world’s water woes more urgent Link
53 - Groundwater is helping to feed the world, but it is dangerously depleted Link
54 - Radicalised jihadists have done untold damage to Islam’s image Link
55 - Key strains and institutions of Islam explained Link
56 - Third-generation Muslims in the West are devising a new Islam for themselves Link
57 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
58 - Islam’s long history in Europe has entered a new chapter Link
59 - How Islam in the West is influenced from abroad Link
60 - Western governments want to have more influence on Muslim practice with their own borders Link
61 - The 30m Muslims living in Europe and America are gradually becoming integrated Link
62 - The early years are getting increasing attention Link
63 - The art and science of parenting Link
64 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
65 - Parenting methods are exacerbating social divisions Link
66 - In the Middle Ages there was no such thing as childhood Link
67 - The continuing importance of the family Link
68 - Why children’s lives have changed radically in just a few decades Link
69 - How children interact with digital media Link
70 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
71 - Sources and acknowledgments Link
72 - Technology firms are both the friend and the foe of competition Link
73 - Across the West powerful firms are becoming even more powerful Link
74 - Regulators across the West are in need of a shake-up Link
75 - Which American industries are most in danger of monopoly? Link
76 - Dynamism has declined across Western economies Link
77 - Judge dread Link
78 - Western governments need a plan for reinstating effective competition Link
79 - Australia takes in far more immigrants than other rich countries, with less friction Link
80 - Australia’s economy is still booming, but politics is a cause for concern Link
81 - Clever reforms 30 years ago helped Australia’s growth Link
82 - Diversity helped Australia weather the resources bust Link
83 - Harsher weather threatens more than just the Australian environment Link
84 - Australian politicians fear having to choose between America and China Link
85 - Poisonous politics could spell an end to Australia’s winning streak Link
86 - The condition of indigenous Australians is a national disgrace Link
87 - In fighting the next recession, politics will be crucial Link
88 - What to do if the usual weapons fail Link
89 - The next crisis could start a long way from New York Link
90 - Another economic downturn is just a matter of time Link
91 - Central bankers will fight the next recession with their backs against the wall Link
92 - Introducing a more circular economy will meet with resistance Link
93 - Businesses are trying to reduce, reuse and recycle Link
94 - The poor world and the rich world face different problems with their waste Link
95 - Serious efforts are being made to clean up the oceans Link
96 - A Chinese ban on rubbish imports is shaking up the global junk trade Link
97 - Emerging economies are rapidly adding to the global pile of garbage Link
98 - The harm done Link
99 - Stumbling in the dark Link
100 - Better ways Link