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The Economist July 20 – 26 2019

The Economist July 20 – 26 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
Space exploration
The next 50 years in space
Immigration and America
While you were tweeting
Business in America
Soaring stockmarket, peaking profits
Export controls in Asia
History wars
Democracy in Malaysia
Time to bury the tools of oppression

Letters
On Hong Kong, free trade, California, London, Monty Python

Briefing
War in space
Using the force

United States
Paid family leave
Looking after baby
Parental leave (2)
The Daddy trap
Monetary policy
Storytime with the Fed
Contraception
The other kind of pro-choice
Strange bedfellows
Trump supporters need not apply
Lexington
Back to where he came from

The Americas
Asylum
Building a bureaucratic wall
Wildlife
Right whales, wrong place
Bello
A faint hope for Venezuela

Asia
Democracy in Japan
Yawning in the face of danger
Pakistan’s tribal areas
Political camouflage
Banyan
Chemical corrosion
Wages in Australia
Sun, surf and bonzer pay
Civil liberties in Malaysia
Spare change
Afghan weddings
Hall change

China
Investment migrants
Golden parachutes
Dolled up for the party
Politically correct cross-dressing

Middle East and Africa
Social media and politics
What’s up with WhatsApp?
Ebola in Congo
The virus spreads
Chad
Hanging Chad
Travel bans
Boycotts of summer
Women in Saudi Arabia
Changing the guard

Europe
Germany’s AfD
Too far
Spain
Stumbling towards a government
Women and work
Ladies of the lab
Rent controls
A policy that never works
France
Into the trees
Charlemagne
Knuckle-dusters and pearls

Britain
The economy
Weak foundations
Seaside property
Trimming the main sale
Welsh politics
A beacon for Brexit?
Learning to read
Righting reading
Drug overdoses
Trainspotting revisited
Hewlett Packard v Britain’s Bill Gates
Lynch mob
Sports broadcasting
Fielding criticism
Bagehot
The end of history

International
Outer space
Star laws

Business
Corporate earnings
Earnings reprieve
Bartleby
Academy rewards
Facebook
Volte-face
Homeopathy
Watered down
Agribusiness
Bayer’s remorse
Brands and protests
Pocarious position
Schumpeter
Firefox and friends

Finance and economics
Innovation in insurance
Run for cover
China’s slowing economy
Get used to it
The European Central Bank
Space exploration
Sterling
Global Britain
Microfinance
One brick at a time
Buttonwood
The factor fear
Free exchange
Terminal degrees

Science and technology
Lunar exploration
Apollo’s sister
Brain-machine interfaces
A scent of Musk
Due credit
Alan Turing, a computing pioneer, will feature on Britain’s £50 notes

Books and arts
Literary posterity
Call him Ishmael
Sex in America
What women want
Conflict and vandalism
Dust to dust
Johnson
The poetry of emoji

Economic and financial indicators
Economic data, commodities and markets

Graphic detail
Ageing on Facebook
Teenage wasteland

Obituary
Pierre Mambele
Congo’s wheels

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