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The Economist Dec 1 – 7 2018

The Economist Dec 1 – 7 2018
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This week’s The Economist

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The world this week
Politics this week
Business this week

Leaders
Trade and technology
Chip wars
Mexico’s new president
AMLO’s errors
Global warming
The great inaction
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi
Unholy alliance
Gene editing
The baby crisperer

Letters
Letters to the editor

Briefing
Chipmaking
The chips are down

United States
The economy
Safe as houses
Global warming
Doomsday book
The Supreme Court
Fine tuning
Puerto Rico’s recovery
Death, destruction and investment
Michael Madigan
Make no waves, back no losers
Lexington
Off the reservation

The Americas
Mexico’s new president
El Estado soy yo
Education in Brazil
Pencil, ruler, gay kit
Bello
Bankers, communists and football

Asia
Elections in Taiwan
Tsai swiped
Banyan
Rolling out 4G
Indonesian politics
A cleric for all seasons
Terrorism in India
Blasts from the past
Australian politics
Victorian values

China
Taxation
What about representation?
Media freedom
London calling
Chaguan
A history of China in 8m objects

Middle East and Africa
Angola
Party guy
Ebola in Congo
A battle within a battle
Western Sahara
The sands time forgot
The World Cup
A host of issues
The Sea of Galilee
Walking on desalinated water

Europe
Russia and Ukraine
Sea of troubles
German politics
Change, but not too much
France
High visibility
#MeToo in Turkey
Sound of silence
Polish pollsters
Poll-gagged
Charlemagne
Forgetting and remembering

Britain
Religious schools
Leap of faith
Patronage
Knights become pawns
Brexit and the economy
How to be poorer
Moped crime
Crash, bang, wallow
Construction and archaeology
Can you dig it?
Labour and business
Vanguard of the Clubcard
Scottish property
The promised land
Bagehot
Theresa agonistes

International
Indigenous peoples
The value of solitude
Brazil
Of soldiers and game fish
Australia and New Zealand
The Kiwi model

Technology Quarterly
Conquering carbon dioxide
The hydrogen bombshell
Mass electrification
The (relatively) easy part
Brain scan
John Goodenough
Heavy transport
The great freight race
Heating
Left out in the cold
Decarbonising industry
Coke fiends
Aviation
Flying in formation
From hot air to action
Decarbonised capitalism

Business
Extractive industries
In a hole
Cobalt supply
Battery farming
State-owned enterprises
Chief executed officers
Bartleby
Working for a purpose
General Motors
Last-chance saloon
Post-Soviet farming
Good times in Grainville
Schumpeter
Clout and reach

Finance and economics
Brexit and finance (1)
Ready, set, sort of
Brexit and finance (2)
The future of contracts
Mortgages in America
Homing in
Cryptocurrencies
Riding the rollercoaster
Environmental finance
Verdant and vibrant
Pubs in Ireland
Opening time
Buttonwood
Scavenging in the junkyard
Free exchange
Tall tales

Science and technology
GM human beings
A moment for reflection
Target in sight
InSight lands on Mars
Arachnid parenting
One jump ahead
Antibiotic resistance
Enlightenment
Psychiatric genetics
Attention, please
Prosthetic limbs
Ghost busters

Books and arts
Books of the year
The big read
The Economist’s journalists unbound
A short history of moonlighting

Economic and financial indicators
Economic data, commodities and markets

Graphic detail
Populism in Europe
Aux armes, citoyens!

Obituary
Raed Fares
One small town in Syria

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