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The Economist Sept 14 – 20 2019

The Economist Sep 14 – 20 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
Connected computers
Chips with everything
The war in Afghanistan
Talking chop
The tech cold war
A way forward?
E-cigarettes
Don’t panic
Europe’s economy
A singular opportunity

Letters
On sea levels, democracy, property, Taiwan, India, Europe, Jacob Rees-Mogg

Briefing
The single market
An unconscious uncoupling

United States
Foreign policy
New job opening
North Carolina’s election
Just past the post
State of the unions
Highbrow organising
Employment
The gig is up in California
Health
Vaped and confused
Status update
Friends with benefits
I.M.probable
Modernism in the cornfields
Lexington
A full-court press

The Americas
Venezuela’s exodus
Darkness falls
Cuba and China
Double happiness
Bello
Settling for half an arepa

Asia
Afghanistan
No retreat
Narcotics in Japan
Going for pot
Scientific research in India
Lunacy
East Timor
Foreign medalling
Urbanisation in Bangladesh
Life after Dhaka
Banyan
Spyfall

China
Social stability
Shutting the gate
Chaguan
Trucker culture, China-style

Middle East and Africa
Israel’s election
The magician’s latest trick
Elections in Tunisia
A jailbird, a robot and many more
Mozambique’s nutcrackers
Cashews and cash
Anti-foreigner attacks flare
Hate thy neighbour
Zimbabwe after Robert Mugabe
Grave threats

Europe
France
Risking the rage of the aged
The European Commission
A new Leyen-up
Russia
Moscow’s slap to Putin
Turkey
Protest rap in Turkey
Church taxes
Pay to pray, even if you don’t
Charlemagne
Choppy waters

Britain
How Europe sees Brexit
Watchers in the dark
Parliament
Speaker muted
Pilots’ pay
Air strikes hit London
International students
Hire education
Political pacts
Divided they fall
Out with the new
Cabinet churn is disrupting Britain’s government
Monetary policy
The no-deal dilemma
Bagehot
When two tribes go to lunch

International
Drug shortages
The parrots eat ’em all

Technology Quarterly
Ubiquitous computing
Chips with everything
Smart homes
Very personal computing
From the home to the office
Tracking productivity
Computerised farming
The cow of tomorrow
Throwaway technology
Cheap as chips
Cyber security
Hack the planet
When humans are connected
The data liberator
Connected future
A planetary panopticon
Ubiquitous computing
Chips with everything
Smart homes
Very personal computing
From the home to the office
Tracking productivity
Computerised farming
The cow of tomorrow
Throwaway technology
Cheap as chips
Cyber security
Hack the planet
When humans are connected
The data liberator
Connected future
A planetary panopticon

Business
Huawei
Piece offering
Bartleby
The eyes have it
Smartphones
Are you being served?
Russian diamonds
Romancing the stones
Porsche
Profit motor
Nissan
Sayonara
Schumpeter
The Redmond doctrine

Finance and economics
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
Home truths
Global stock exchanges
Spoiler alert
Buttonwood
The Japan bid
Chinese inflation
A porcine phenomenon
The IMF’s next boss
Sewn up
Argentina’s economy
Exceptionable exceptionalism
Free exchange
Common sense

Science and technology
Flying taxis
Urban aviators
Beach forensics
Name that dune
Ageing
Rejuvenation juice
Human evolution
Say what?
Exoplanets
Blue world

Books and arts
Political fiction
Return to Gilead
Corporate America
The descent of man
Urban history
The fractured lands
Avant-garde conservatism
The air of freedom

Economic and financial indicators
Economic data, commodities and markets

Graphic detail
100-year bonds
Austrian economics

Obituary
Robert Mugabe
Rule by the whip

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