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The Economist
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Egypt nowadays is simply not well placed to broker peace in Gaza
A new ruling might be the tugged thread that causes Obamacare to unravel
Too high a price: today's live #Dailychart looks at the illegal trade in animal parts
The Economist explains why Swedish men take so much paternity leave
America's potential growth rate is barely half what it was two decades ago
New research suggests that the more people are exposed to socialism, the worse they behave
Indonesia's Election Commission has confirmed that Joko Widodo has been elected president
Like many places, Singapore remains deeply divided on questions of homosexuality
Stereotyping is a lazy pursuit. It is swiftly magnified by confirmation bias
Weak growth and nasty surprises are still the hallmarks of the euro zone
Two books that show the influence of Vulcan's children may reinstate volcanoes in the pantheon of climate problems
The speed at which America's economy can grow without stoking inflation has fallen
Why Amazon's all-you-can-read e-book subscription isn't "the Netflix of books"
Judge Carney's ruling "will lead to the inevitable end of the death penalty in California and the United States"
Today's #Dailychart looks at the tragic increase in female genital mutilation
Most comprehensive genetic study yet of schizophrenia illuminates molecular causes of disease
The Economist explains why Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, a civilian airliner, was flying over a war zone
A fast-tracked surveillance law in Britain hands cops and spooks more power
France's leaders are worried about the apparent rise of anti-Semitism in their country
Yoo Byung-eun, a South Korean billionaire and the prime suspect in the country's ferry tragedy, has been found dead
A deal between two of America's biggest cigarette-makers has global implications
The Indian government pledges to build 5.2 million toilets by September-one every second
It is time for Britain to rediscover its moral compass and confront China over Hong Kong
Another fine mess: lessons from the European Union's failure to settle its top jobs