The Economist April 27 – May 3 2019 The Economist Apr 27 – May 2 2019 [AudioMagazine (99 – 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 LeadersGood man, bad partySouth Africa’s best betTechnology and securityThe right call on HuaweiDonald TrumpAfter Mueller, what next?Sri LankaEaster evilOil pricesSpoiling the mood Letters to the editorOn Kazakhstan, workers, Oregon, Britain, cannabis, ethics, Parkinson’s disease, cherry trees, Facebook BriefingHuaweiCommunication breakdown United StatesRobert Mueller’s reportExecutive privilegesWar powersWhat are they good for?Minimum wagesFlooredReligious affiliationTo be young is not quite heavenJudicial electionsVote and be hangedCounting AmericaCensus and sensibilityLexingtonA blast from the past The AmericasCuba, Venezuela and NicaraguaTrump v the troika of tyrannyPanama’s electionsMiffed, but moderateBelloThe ultimate political act AsiaTerrorism in Sri LankaBloody SundayIndonesia’s electionUs and themMedical marijuana in ThailandThe green lightIdentity politics in IndiaVote terrorActivism against North KoreaBalloons v bulletsBanyanCross-strait love and hate ChinaGlobal infrastructureSeeds of suspicionHong KongFolding the umbrellasChaguanWhy China wants a mighty navy Middle East and AfricaEgypt’s economyRunning to stand stillThe scent of springFish in a barrelSudanThe struggle continues EuropeUkraineReady for prime time?BosniaHanging togetherAssimilationPholandSyrians in TurkeyA long way from homeEurope’s geographyStuck in the middle of the EUCharlemagneVotes without frontiers BritainInheritanceReturn to Downton AbbeyNorthern IrelandA death in DerryEducationTeachers, testedLocal electionsFeeling blueEngland’s fastest-growing townLook on in oreThe Commonwealth’s 70th birthdayDon’t let the sun go downBagehotMuch ado about nothing InternationalMonarchySovereign immunity Special reportSouth AfricaSaving the nationCorruptionIn the darkThe ANCWhat would Nelson say?Father of the nationMemories of MadibaThe economyAny job will doLand reformRights and wrongsEducationSchool’s outThe futureBalancing act BusinessChinese companies abroadDragons, disruptedBartlebyAn office with a viewKraft HeinzA new broom for dusty brandsOnline educationPatient learningMobile devicesWizard of OSEuropean travel (1)Going AmericanEuropean travel (2)Give us a breakSchumpeterCan Uber ever make money? Finance and economicsOil marketsCrude tacticsArgentina’s economyThe price of desperationNigerian banksBigger the betterDeutsche Bank and CommerzbankIt’s offButtonwoodSales assistanceTrade dealsMuch to reportMerger appraisalPicking up $20 billsFree exchangeA hot mess Science and technologyLung cancerGathering the evidenceMaterials scienceAsk questions first. Shoot afterwardsPrimatologyWhen less is moreSports psychologyIt’s all in the mindMedical technologyA real brain wave Books and artsLearning from the pastThe psychology of nationsAmerican historyA kind of freedomLove in the time of BrexitUp from the depthsJohnsonSpeaking in tonguesHow music worksThe beat goes onLiterary camaraderieBrothers in art Economic and financial indicatorsEconomic data, commodities and markets Graphic detailTrade warsYou get what you give ObituaryCharles Van DorenAmerican Icarus Reviews There are no reviews yet. Be the first to review “The Economist April 27 – May 3 2019” Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a review.