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FEW COUNTRIES erect monuments to their failed secessionist movements, particularly those premised on the right to enslave people. But, then, America is an exceptional country. [Read More]
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EUROPEAN politics is a febrile place. The old centre-right European People's Party (EPP) and the old centre-left Party of European Socialists (PES) have long dominated... [Read More]
IF ALL THE people involved were civilians, there would be nothing especially controversial about a popular website, PLUS, which invites American Christians to "pray at... [Read More]
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EUROPEAN politics is a febrile place. The old centre-right European People's Party (EPP) and the old centre-left Party of European Socialists (PES) have long dominated... [Read More]
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FEW COUNTRIES erect monuments to their failed secessionist movements, particularly those premised on the right to enslave people. But, then, America is an exceptional country. [Read More]
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Find Leadership 2030: Navigating the Contradictions, Tensions and Opportunities program details such as dates, duration, location and price with The Economist Executive Education Navigator. [Read More]
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IF THERE is one truth that millennials hold to be self-evident, it is that big business is bad. Soulless corporations pollute the planet, overpay their... [Read More]
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CHINA WANTS the world to love it. In 2007 Hu Jintao, its leader at the time, announced to a congress of the Communist Party that... [Read More]
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WITH THERESA May on her way out of 10 Downing Street and Britain no closer to achieving the Brexit she promised, Anne McElvoy takes the... [Read More]
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FEW PARENTS, confronted with grumpy toddlers or bored ten-year-olds, are strong-minded enough to resist the peace that comes from sticking their darlings in front of... [Read More]
THERESA MAY strode out of the door of 10 Downing Street in a crimson business suit and bowed to the inevitable. [Read More]
FEW POLITICIANS like to be made fun of. Even fewer can stomach a character assassination. It takes a singular statesman to announce a leadership bid... [Read More]
THERESA MAY strode out of the door of 10 Downing Street in a crimson business suit and bowed to the inevitable. [Read More]
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FEW POLITICIANS like to be made fun of. Even fewer can stomach a character assassination. It takes a singular statesman to announce a leadership bid... [Read More]
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FOR THE second time in a row, the Bharatiya Janata Party led by Narendra Modi has swept an Indian election. As The Economist went to... [Read More]
IT WAS only ten days ago that Judith Kerr, at the age of 95, won Illustrator of the Year at the British Book Awards, the... [Read More]
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BRITAIN'S PRIME minister has at last revealed the date she will step down. She had the unenviable task of delivering Brexit, which she failed to... [Read More]
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IT WAS only ten days ago that Judith Kerr, at the age of 95, won Illustrator of the Year at the British Book Awards, the... [Read More]
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THE BOYS are a little rusty, their limbs stiff from the fallow winter period. [Read More]
Tags: Asians - Britain - BOYS
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"THEY LIED to you," goads a video on Facebook, as news footage shows Remainers first vowing to respect the Brexit referendum's results, then calling for... [Read More]
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