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The Economist

The radical Italian designer loved by David Bowie and Prince econ.st/2wXnMCo From @1843mag
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American pupils have made little progress in average PISA scores since the first of the tests was taken in 2000 econ.st/2wYnoDV
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Mitigating America's opioid epidemic is critical, but curbing heavy drinking is just as pressing econ.st/2uPVqNh
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The year, the day and the month are natural divisions of time. The week is an oddity #econarchive econ.st/2uG5RyB
Although exams have become more rigorous, the changes hardly represent a complete overhaul of the system econ.st/2wntgZi
A girl plays at the Stockholm Culture Festival in Stockholm, Sweden on August 15th (Xinhua)
Steve McCurry's photographs urge us to shed our preconceptions of Afghanistan econ.st/2wnPWbV From @1843mag
How to learn a language on your phone econ.st/2wXKpXA From @1843mag
Bill Clinton was born #OnThisDay 1946. He was a much more conscientious president than his personal life implied econ.st/2w4zJZt
Serving on Trump's manufacturing council came to serve little purpose other than to anger consumers and staff econ.st/2wahPV8
Venice is being suffocated by tourists. Here's how to save it econ.st/2uQwTrd From @1843mag
Why China is obsessed with marathons econ.st/2wY215p From @1843mag
"The Walking Plant" by French artist Christophe Guinet, New York City. Photo taken on August 17th⁰ (Cover Images)
The Republican Party must show that it stands for more than winning elections. Our editorial: econ.st/2wpttuW
Australians like to think they invented pavlova, but actually... econ.st/2wXmSWy From @1843mag
On average, American teenagers trail their peers, especially maths whizzes from East Asia econ.st/2wpfWDW
Donald Trump is politically inept, morally barren and temperamentally unfit for office. Our editorial: econ.st/2wUw6D2
Books to read on the beach, including a philosophical detective caper and a new novel from Orhan Pamuk econ.st/2w9aENf From @1843mag
Competitors climb poles to collect presents in Bali during celebrations of Indonesia's independence on August 17th (EPA)
Five ways to escape Washington, DC econ.st/2uYiKUO From @1843mag
Donald Trump has no grasp of what it means to be president. Our cover this week: econ.st/2wiYwsu
A minute's silence at the Plaça de Catalunya to remember victims of Thursday's attack on Las Ramblas, Barcelona, August 18th 2017 (Reuters)
There may be more results-day tears in England this year, as top marks are harder to come by econ.st/2w8hnHa
Mutual incomprehension between urban and rural America can border on malice. A special report on Trump's America econ.st/2wkdD4Z
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