The Economist June 20 – 26 2020 The Economist June 20 – 26 2020.pdf [eBook (PDF)] 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 The world this weekPolitics this weekBusiness this week LeadersThe pandemicNot Britain’s finest hourThe country has the wrong government for a pandemicGeopoliticsThe new world disorderIf America pulls back from global institutions, other countries must step forwardIndia and ChinaElephant v dragonA border clash between the world’s two most populous countries is insanely risky. Time to swap mapsClimate change and investingThe trouble with green financeClimate finance is booming, but its shortcomings are glaringGlobal tradeInvisible handsIt is not covid-19 that has trapped merchant seamen on their ships. It is official indifferenceJeff BezosThe genius of AmazonThe pandemic has shown just how essential his firm has become—and that it has vulnerabilities Letters to the editorOn prosecutors, the media, mercenaries, Greek, carbon pricing, the Bible, Andrew Johnson BriefingAmazonAnd on the second day…Investors act as if Jeff Bezos’s technology conglomerate will keep growing like a youthful startup. Can it?Green investingHotting upFinanciers talk ever more about climate change. How much can they do about it? AsiaThe Sino-Indian borderDeath valleySouth Asian civil servantsManners maketh district commissionersMigrant workers in SingaporeBreathing roomInter-Korean relationsIn the dustBanyanA bad rap? United StatesState financesThe calamity aheadLGBT rightsA wider umbrellaMidwivesRipe for rebirthJohn Bolton’s revelationsNational security chastiserBill de BlasioHow’s he doin’?Maine politicsThe race of the long drivewaysLexingtonA shovel-ready project ChinaThe South China SeaIdentify yourselfFighting the pandemicIt’s backChaguanWhy China bullies The AmericasCovid-19Leaving lockdownsUruguayStanding apartBelloBreaking a gentlemen’s agreement Middle East & AfricaCovid-19 in AfricaTesting timesMalawiPresident v peopleFootball and warMore than a gameAfrican citiesA tax on all your housesSyriaFrom bad to worse EuropePoland’s electionPlaying the family cardBelarusThe slipper revoltThe covid economySpending big to save jobsFranceThe call of the wildCharlemagneHow a dining club took over the EU BritainCovid-19Trust me, I’m a prime ministerDrug discoverySmall ticket, big differenceAnti-racism protestWhat next?Diplomacy and foreign aidWill charity begin at home?BookshopsJust browsingBagehotLosing his grip InternationalPandemics and warHorsemen of the apocalypse Special reportThe new world disorderMissing in actionPower playsWho’s in charge?Global firefightingMissions impossibleNew START’s end?Avoidable ArmageddonReformGrand redesignsReflections at 75The wisdom of youthThree future scenariosBedlam, bumbling or boldness? BusinessLuxury in the pandemicFashion victimsRace in Silicon ValleyBeyond the paleBartlebyWaging war on recessionsSamsungNo end in sightBusiness in ChinaChopped and screwedJAB HoldingThe Reimann hypothesisSchumpeterZoom and gloom Finance & economicsThe Federal Reserve (1)From yields to maturityThe Federal Reserve (2)Swapping panic for calmPoverty in ChinaClarifying the battle linesThe euro areaBetter tailoredThe economics of reparationsForty acres and a muleButtonwoodThe detail on retailGlobal tradeNinety percent of everythingFree exchangeChanging room Science & technologyArctic explorationPole position Books & artsThe fate of nationsToo many setbacksGoths v RomansLoser’s justiceAlfredo JaarOpening the black boxRewatching “The Prisoner”He was not a numberIllness in literatureClimb every mountain Economic & financial indicatorsEconomic data, commodities and markets Graphic detailThe SahelThe next Afghanistan? ObituaryLily LianThe lark of metro Barbès Reviews There are no reviews yet. Be the first to review “The Economist June 20 – 26 2020” Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a review.