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The Economist
Greece and Germany are agreed. The answer is "no".
A homeless man sleeps at the entrance of a closed store with posters reading ''No'' in central Athens, July 6th 2015. Greece's Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has resigned after the Greek referendum in which the majority of voters said no to more austerity measures in exchange for another financi
Electronics has already cut the data cord. Can it now cut the power cord as well?
The Economist explains why it is taking so long to build another runway in London
George W Bush turns 69 today. His chief worry as President was another #September11 attack
“Inequality” is quieter, shorter and more direct than Thomas Piketty's "Capital"
A survey in March by YouGov found that 59% of voters thought inheritance tax unfair
A record six in ten Americans now support same-sex marriage
Thomas Piketty is back in the news. ICYMI: his book "Capital" explained in four paragraphs
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From Espresso: Striding towards the exit: Greece’s “No”
Until airlines agree rules for dealing with drunken passengers, keep your camera phones ready
A look at contemporary China through the eyes of its artists
What to do on holiday when the ATMs are not cooperating
Despite improvements, driving in America remains extraordinarily dangerous
A new look at the terror that accompanied the birth of Pakistan
Bad loans pile up at China’s small, unlisted banks
China's rich kids: It’s not easy having it all
A Belgian fisherman drives a carthorse to haul a net in the sea, to catch shrimps during low tide at the coastal town of Oostduinkerke, Belgium, July 3rd 2015. At the end of each fishing session, the fishermen and their horses leave the water to empty the net's contents into two wicker baskets fixed
Vietnam’s new friendship with America reflects political drama at home
The Kremlin cares little for the rule of law at home. Western courts are less malleable
Business this week: Our three minute round-up of the week's business news
Governments believe their diasporas can solve all sorts of problems
Why harsh punishments are more prevalent in the Muslim world
Whatever Greece meant to say "No" to, Europe may decide it meant "No" to the euro

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