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The Economist Nov 23 – 29 2019

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The world this week
Politics this week
Business this week

Leaders
China’s unruly periphery
Hong Kong in revolt
American health care
Sunshine is a partial disinfectant
Sri Lanka’s new president
Oh brother
Israel and the Palestinians
Unsettling
Product design
Debugging gender bias

Letters
On the MBA, religion, wind power, British prime ministers, Romania, “Seinfeld”

Briefing
Hong Kong’s turmoil
Borrowed time

United States
Pre-impeachment
They were all in on it
The turnout game
Everything in moderation
Californian pests
Something rodent in the state
Louisiana politics
A familiar gumbo
Back-channel diplomacy
The art of the shadow deal
Lexington
Impoochment

The Americas
Brazil
Paper strongman
Fantasy economics
Venezuela’s virtual gold rush
Bello
metamorphosis in Chile

Asia
Sri Lankan politics
Gota hand it to him
Rural Japan
Home is where the art is
South Korea’s alliance with America
Cracks in the cladding
Thai politics
Future backwards
Banyan
Shinzo Abe’s record roll

China
Nuclear weapons
Warheads up
The dangers of studying abroad
Thar be dragons
Chaguan
Totalitarian and proud

Middle East and Africa
Protests in Iran
Putting out fire with gasoline
Israel and the Palestinians
Unsettled status
Development economics
Helicopter money
Ivory Coast
Crocodile fears
Kenya
Trouble brewing

Europe
Fighting corruption
The dirty mop
Switzerland’s coffee stockpile
A nation of have-beans
Farm subsidies
Milking taxpayers
Romanian medicine
Still in critical condition
France
Their daily bread
Charlemagne
Hedges and wedges

Britain
The election
The battle for Brexitland
The monarchy
The panned old Duke of York
Online campaigning
Trick or tweet?
Quotes from the campaign trail
Speakers’ Corner
Business and the election
Holier than thou
A Midlands marginal
Left-field Ashfield
The Liberal Democrats
The big squeeze
Bagehot
Knock knock

International
Drug-trafficking
Changing gear

Business
American health care
Diagnosis: opaque
RWE
After Hambi
Bartleby
Go to work on an egg
Telecoms
Political bandwidth
Entertainment
Mortal kombat
Technology listings
Group buy
Schumpeter
Rethinking McKinsey

Finance and economics
Big Tech and banking
Plug and pay
The Vatican’s finances
Good intentions
Asia’s economy
Glut maximus
Buttonwood
A river needs a dam
Climate-data analytics
Sunny days
Europe’s banking disunion
Architectural problem
Euro-dollar volatility
Safe haven
Free exchange
Works in progress

Science and technology
Virtual reality
Lost in cyberspace
Animal husbandry
Turning the worm
Shortfall
Fossil-fuel-producing countries say one thing and do another
Diagnostic nuclear-imaging
Moly-coddling
Solar-powered trains
Light railways

Books and arts
Secret worlds
Spies like them
Problem-solving
Boots on the ground
Georgian fiction
Magic mountains
American memoir
Fairy-tale ending
Congolese art
His dark materials

Economic and financial indicators
Economic data, commodities and markets

Graphic detail
Culture and development
God and Mammon

Obituary
Terry O’Neill
Catching the moment

https://www.economist.com/printedition/2019-11-23

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