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The Economist April 28 – May 4 2018

The Economist April 28 – May 4 2018
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This week’s The Economist

Kal’s Cartoon

The world this week
Politics this week
Business this week

Leaders
Global healthWithin reach
Latin America
An eruption in Nicaragua
Bond markets
Yielding to pressure
The CIA
Situation vacant
Financial regulation
Taming crypto

Letters
On AI, sewage, Puerto Rico, Thailand, Madeleine Albright, tech companies

Briefing
Global logistics
Thinking outside the box

United States
Environmental protection
Swamp science
Nominations and staffing
The ballad of Mike and Ronny
Presidential authority
Travelling banned
A fresh FTC
The not famous five
Assisted dying
Alohas and goodbyes
Lexington
Marco’s makeover

The Americas
Nicaragua
An autocrat totters
Misogynistic murders in Canada
The virgin terrorist
Justice in Guatemala
Collateral damage
Paraguay’s elections
New man, old party
Bello
A Latin American liberal’s testament

Asia
China and India
Prickly peers
Rape in India
Almost getting away with it
#MeToo in Japan
#NotUs
Politics in Singapore
Not much leeway
Politics in Kazakhstan
Tilting at balloons
Womenomics
The sky’s the limit
Banyan
Misunderstood youth

China
Catholics
Love thine enemy
Xi Jinping’s works
The big beige book

Middle East and Africa
Slumping Jordan
An economy under siege
Saudi Arabia’s economy
Labour pains
Libya’s ailing strongman
After Haftar
Guinea-Conakry
Alpha’s bet
Farming in Africa
Squeezed out
Kenya’s slum cinemas
X-narrated films

Europe
Turkey
Erdogan’s outsized ambitions
France
Jupiter meets Mercury
Judicial independence
Luxembourg roars
Armenia
People power ousts an autocrat
Italy
The nervous north
European political parties
The sincerest form of flattery
Charlemagne
Very well then, alone

Britain
Local elections
The West Midlands waltz
A princely sum
Delivering a prince in Britain costs less than the average American birth
Wales
Succession battle
Brexit and customs
Trade wars
Professionals on strike
Austerity hits the middle class
Co-educational schools
Sex change
Regulating the web
Computer says: no porn
Bagehot
A hostile environment

International
The meaning of mortality
No end in sight

Special report
Universal health care
An affordable necessity
Epidemiological transition
A shifting burden
Primary care
First things first
Mental health
A crazy system
Surgery
Kindest cut
America
Land of the free-for-all
The next two decades
The price of human lives

Business
Technology companies
DeFANGed?
Merger reviews
Command and control
Vincent Bolloré
Into the sands
Buddhist IPOs
Floating lotuses
Chaebol reform
Big job, hard going
Brexit and the dairy industry
Hard cheese
Schumpeter
Chicago bears

Finance and economics
Commodities and geopolitics
The 800-pound-gorilla effect
Buttonwood
Mind games
Renegotiating NAFTA
A deal undone
Universal basic income
Not finnished
Prizewinning economics
School rules
The euro area
Catching a cold
Regulating virtual currencies
Policing the wild frontier
Crypto money-laundering
Digital detergent
Free exchange
A little knowledge

Science and technology
Climate change
The methane mystery
Superbugs
A bigger killer in the making
Astronomy
Into the unknown
Human births
Time to deliver
Utility maintenance
The water witch

Books and arts
Intellectual life in France
In search of lost times
Superhero films
Die another day
The future of warfare
Once were warriors
Johnson
Doing the splits
Homer in fiction
Adrift on the wine-dark sea

Obituary
Avicii
When it’s all over

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