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The Economist April 27 – May 3 2019

The Economist Apr 27 – May 2 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
Good man, bad party
South Africa’s best bet
Technology and security
The right call on Huawei
Donald Trump
After Mueller, what next?
Sri Lanka
Easter evil
Oil prices
Spoiling the mood

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

Briefing
Huawei
Communication breakdown

United States
Robert Mueller’s report
Executive privileges
War powers
What are they good for?
Minimum wages
Floored
Religious affiliation
To be young is not quite heaven
Judicial elections
Vote and be hanged
Counting America
Census and sensibility
Lexington
A blast from the past

The Americas
Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua
Trump v the troika of tyranny
Panama’s elections
Miffed, but moderate
Bello
The ultimate political act

Asia
Terrorism in Sri Lanka
Bloody Sunday
Indonesia’s election
Us and them
Medical marijuana in Thailand
The green light
Identity politics in India
Vote terror
Activism against North Korea
Balloons v bullets
Banyan
Cross-strait love and hate

China
Global infrastructure
Seeds of suspicion
Hong Kong
Folding the umbrellas
Chaguan
Why China wants a mighty navy

Middle East and Africa
Egypt’s economy
Running to stand still
The scent of spring
Fish in a barrel
Sudan
The struggle continues

Europe
Ukraine
Ready for prime time?
Bosnia
Hanging together
Assimilation
Pholand
Syrians in Turkey
A long way from home
Europe’s geography
Stuck in the middle of the EU
Charlemagne
Votes without frontiers

Britain
Inheritance
Return to Downton Abbey
Northern Ireland
A death in Derry
Education
Teachers, tested
Local elections
Feeling blue
England’s fastest-growing town
Look on in ore
The Commonwealth’s 70th birthday
Don’t let the sun go down
Bagehot
Much ado about nothing

International
Monarchy
Sovereign immunity

Special report
South Africa
Saving the nation
Corruption
In the dark
The ANC
What would Nelson say?
Father of the nation
Memories of Madiba
The economy
Any job will do
Land reform
Rights and wrongs
Education
School’s out
The future
Balancing act

Business
Chinese companies abroad
Dragons, disrupted
Bartleby
An office with a view
Kraft Heinz
A new broom for dusty brands
Online education
Patient learning
Mobile devices
Wizard of OS
European travel (1)
Going American
European travel (2)
Give us a break
Schumpeter
Can Uber ever make money?

Finance and economics
Oil markets
Crude tactics
Argentina’s economy
The price of desperation
Nigerian banks
Bigger the better
Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank
It’s off
Buttonwood
Sales assistance
Trade deals
Much to report
Merger appraisal
Picking up $20 bills
Free exchange
A hot mess

Science and technology
Lung cancer
Gathering the evidence
Materials science
Ask questions first. Shoot afterwards
Primatology
When less is more
Sports psychology
It’s all in the mind
Medical technology
A real brain wave

Books and arts
Learning from the past
The psychology of nations
American history
A kind of freedom
Love in the time of Brexit
Up from the depths
Johnson
Speaking in tongues
How music works
The beat goes on
Literary camaraderie
Brothers in art

Economic and financial indicators
Economic data, commodities and markets

Graphic detail
Trade wars
You get what you give

Obituary
Charles Van Doren
American Icarus

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