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The Economist Nov 16 – 22 2019

The Economist Nov 16 – 22 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
The media business
The $650bn binge
Latin America
Was there a coup in Bolivia?
Pension costs
Dependants’ day
Immigration policy
Unlock that door
Aircraft-carriers
Sink or swim

Letters
On Elizabeth Warren, the Berlin Wall, southern Democrats, army food, William Rehnquist

Briefing
Aircraft-carriers
Too big to fail?
The future of entertainment
Power to the people

United States
The Ukraine scandal
Teflon Don
Sealing criminal records
Clean slates, rich states
The economy
Inverse psychology
Public radio
Extreme broadcasting
History in the Mississippi Delta
Memories of Emmett Till
Lexington
Iron hand in glove

The Americas
BoliviaRainbow resignation
Matrimony in MexicoWhen “sí” means “we’ll see”

Asia
Communal relations in India
Ram rod
Electoral districts in Japan
Self-reinforcing bias
Cambodian politics
The opposition twitches
Bushfires in Australia
Spring flames
Buddhism in Myanmar
Nat guilty
Banyan
Still negotiating

China
Street-sleepers
No shelter for some
Unrest in Hong Kong
Towards the brink
Chaguan
A great unravelling begins

Middle East and Africa
Israel and Palestine
A kaleidoscope of possibilities
Libya’s war
The Sala-fifth column
Seeds of opposition
Stony ground
Bullion and bombs
Jihad and the gold rush
Creepy superfoods
Gourmet grubs

Europe
Germany
Are the black zero’s days numbered?
Spain’s election
An electio-shock
Ireland
Compo crisis
Italy
Old wine in new bottles
Charlemagne
Reading the cards

Britain
The National Health Service
Spin doctors
The battle for commuterland
Reading the runes
Tactical voting
Nigel Farage’s Christmas present
Incoming MPs
The class of 2019
The campaign in quotes
Speakers’ Corner
Fiscal policy
How to spend it
Giving it some welly
Floods hit marginal constituencies in England
Bagehot
The Party of Davos

International
Protest movements
We all want to change the world
Tear-gas
A crying shame

Special report
Migration
A world of walls
Skilled migrants
Lightbulbs in their luggage
Low-skilled migrants
Labourers and loved ones
The backlash
Fear of the unknown
Domestic migration
City air makes you free
Voting with your feet
The greatest liberty

Business
Corporate governance
Out with the proxies
Bartleby
Don’t show, tell
Italian business
When I’m 84
Lifts
Ascending scale
One for the money
Alibaba sold $38.4bn of merchandise this Singles’ Day
Schumpeter
Tomato catch-up

Finance and economics
Public pensions
State of denial
OPEC’s waning power
Under pressure
American trade policy
Parked
Buttonwood
Chinese whispers
The markets
Sentimental journey
Corporate China
Fake it till you break it
Italy’s banks
The reckoning continues
Investing
Rich rewards
Free exchange
Do-gooders and do-besters

Science and technology
Additive manufacturing
Could you print a printing press?
Forging rhinoceros horn
Fooled you
High-tech rugby
Computer says: offside

Books and arts
Archaeology and development
A night at the museum
Literary posterity
So it goes
Family businesses
Diamond geezers
Auto-history
A severe contest
Johnson
Unspeakable things

Graphic detail
American music
Playlists and politics

Obituary
Anwar Congo
The executioner’s song

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