The Economist April 20 – 26 The Economist Apr 20 – 26 2019 [AudioMagazine (88 – MP3, 2 – JPG)] Category: Magazines This product can only be requested by members. To get this product, you must be a memberBECOME A MEMBER Description Reviews (0) Description This week’s The Economist Kal’s Cartoonin the product The world this weekPolitics this weekBusiness this week LeadersTech starsThe trouble with tech unicornsCrops and climate changeTime to see the blightNotre DameThe human sparkHacking and the lawJustice for Julian AssangeSpainHeading nowhere? LettersOn Kazakhstan, workers, Oregon, Britain, cannabis, ethics, Parkinson’s disease, cherry trees, Facebook BriefingUnicorns going to marketHerd instincts United StatesCity politicsSorry, we’re fullTinseltownSunset brouhahaPredicting the primaryHow early is too early?Freeing DCCapital gainsMeaslesThe needle and the damage avoidedVoters v lawmakersNock, NockSpruce goosedThe stratolaunchLexingtonMayor Pete for freedom The AmericasCanadaLiberté against laïcitéCannabis in JamaicaGanja gambleBelloLessons from the amauta AsiaDefending JapanA new frontAsian houbarasThe talons of a dilemmaBanyanBudding anxietiesParty politics in IndiaA matter of stateA giant electionElections in IndonesiaCambodia’s economyFast and loose ChinaImmigrationLet them pastLabour unrestGitHubbubChaguanJoining the resistance Middle East and AfricaChina and the Arab worldMiddle Kingdom meets Middle EastLebanonFirst womanSouth Africa’s energy crisisA glimmer of light EuropeFranceThe agony of Notre DameSpain’s general electionMr Sánchez and his squabbling detractorsFinlandThe populists hit backCharlemagneDiplomatic baggage BritainThe ConservativesHow to become the next prime ministerWikiLeaksShown the Ecua-doorThe Brexit negotiationsHard bargainingEuropean electionsDivided they fallThe labour marketTake it or leave itPregnanciesMaybe later, babyClimate protestsHotting upBagehotSaving the public square InternationalOverthrowing despotsThe putsch optionCoup dataWhere’s next? BusinessThe future of carsCharging aheadBartlebyIt’s a man’s worldAmerican shalePermian explosionDigital advertisingLooking up?Apple and QualcommSuing for peaceBankruptcy in IndiaThe deadbeats strike backSchumpeterSaudi Aramco looks east Finance and economicsGoldman SachsTarnishedAmerican banksSwings and roundaboutsButtonwoodTime and moneyChina’s GDPGrowth in trainJapan’s economyStill sputteringImports and exportsEverything to gain by their chainsFree exchangeHitting the big time Science and technologyClimate change and crop diseaseBlocking the road to rusty deathPublic policyWhen will they ever learn?EcologyDo tapirs defecate in the woods?Prospecting for mineralsScoring boundariesMarine biologyWhere there’s muck there’s brass Books and artsArt historyLeonardo and usCulture in UzbekistanOnce were warriorsEspionageCarousing for the CominternLife, art and crimeThe pages of sinIan McEwan’s new novelWho, robot? Economic and financial indicators Graphic detailChinese propagandaGaining face ObituarySydney BrennerIrrepressible Reviews There are no reviews yet. Be the first to review “The Economist April 20 – 26” Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a review.