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The Economist April 20 – 26

The Economist Apr 20 – 26 2019
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This week’s The Economist

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The world this week
Politics this week
Business this week

Leaders
Tech stars
The trouble with tech unicorns
Crops and climate change
Time to see the blight
Notre Dame
The human spark
Hacking and the law
Justice for Julian Assange
Spain
Heading nowhere?

Letters
On Kazakhstan, workers, Oregon, Britain, cannabis, ethics, Parkinson’s disease, cherry trees, Facebook

Briefing
Unicorns going to market
Herd instincts

United States
City politics
Sorry, we’re full
Tinseltown
Sunset brouhaha
Predicting the primary
How early is too early?
Freeing DC
Capital gains
Measles
The needle and the damage avoided
Voters v lawmakers
Nock, Nock
Spruce goosed
The stratolaunch
Lexington
Mayor Pete for freedom

The Americas
Canada
Liberté against laïcité
Cannabis in Jamaica
Ganja gamble
Bello
Lessons from the amauta

Asia
Defending Japan
A new front
Asian houbaras
The talons of a dilemma
Banyan
Budding anxieties
Party politics in India
A matter of state
A giant election
Elections in Indonesia
Cambodia’s economy
Fast and loose

China
Immigration
Let them past
Labour unrest
GitHubbub
Chaguan
Joining the resistance

Middle East and Africa
China and the Arab world
Middle Kingdom meets Middle East
Lebanon
First woman
South Africa’s energy crisis
A glimmer of light

Europe
France
The agony of Notre Dame
Spain’s general election
Mr Sánchez and his squabbling detractors
Finland
The populists hit back
Charlemagne
Diplomatic baggage

Britain
The Conservatives
How to become the next prime minister
WikiLeaks
Shown the Ecua-door
The Brexit negotiations
Hard bargaining
European elections
Divided they fall
The labour market
Take it or leave it
Pregnancies
Maybe later, baby
Climate protests
Hotting up
Bagehot
Saving the public square

International
Overthrowing despots
The putsch option
Coup data
Where’s next?

Business
The future of cars
Charging ahead
Bartleby
It’s a man’s world
American shale
Permian explosion
Digital advertising
Looking up?
Apple and Qualcomm
Suing for peace
Bankruptcy in India
The deadbeats strike back
Schumpeter
Saudi Aramco looks east

Finance and economics
Goldman Sachs
Tarnished
American banks
Swings and roundabouts
Buttonwood
Time and money
China’s GDP
Growth in train
Japan’s economy
Still sputtering
Imports and exports
Everything to gain by their chains
Free exchange
Hitting the big time

Science and technology
Climate change and crop disease
Blocking the road to rusty death
Public policy
When will they ever learn?
Ecology
Do tapirs defecate in the woods?
Prospecting for minerals
Scoring boundaries
Marine biology
Where there’s muck there’s brass

Books and arts
Art history
Leonardo and us
Culture in Uzbekistan
Once were warriors
Espionage
Carousing for the Comintern
Life, art and crime
The pages of sin
Ian McEwan’s new novel
Who, robot?

Economic and financial indicators

Graphic detail
Chinese propaganda
Gaining face

Obituary
Sydney Brenner
Irrepressible

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