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The Economist
Short, memorable and poetic, many aphorisms and pieces of advice are also flat wrong
The Greek crisis: A nation decides its fate
Chinese regulators have more power than most but even they cannot tame a volatile stockmarket
How much influence does Islamic State really have outside Syria and Iraq?
A new look at the terror that accompanied the birth of Pakistan
The Economist explains how Greece's referendum works
An aerial view of sunbathers on the beach in Noordwijk, The Netherlands, as they enjoy a hot summer day on July 1st 2015. Credit: EPA #Netherlands #umbrellas #beach #Noordwiik #summer
Heinz has completed its takeover of Kraft--but processed foods losing popularity
Team Sky with Britain's Christopher Froome train on their time-trial bicycles near Utrecht, Netherlands, July 3rd 2015. The three-week long Tour de France race starts on July 4th with cyclists racing over 3,360 kilometres.Credit: AP #tourdefrance #teamsky #Utrecht #letour #letour2015 #timetrial
What has Chris Christie got, besides himself, to offer to America’s presidential race?
#Dailychart: Where's safest to get behind the wheel worldwide?
Why Greece's fall in debt sustainability is only its government's fault
IS is recruiting jihadis for Syria in the Caucasus, and Russia may be letting them go
The authorities never investigate market manipulation when prices are rising. Why?
A bad week for China's stockmarkets could be felt for years to come
In America, police fail to make an arrest in more than a third of the nation’s killings
Solar Impulse 2 approaches Hawaii near Kalaeloa Airport, O'ahu, July 3rd 2015. The solar-powered plane was closing in on Hawaii, after a record-breaking five day flight from Japan. Solar Impulse 2 departed June 29th, on the most challenging leg of its attempt to circumnavigate the globe using only
The IMF's sad story: Greek debt sustainability
Wind once powered the Netherlands, but not anymore. Why do the Dutch oppose windmills?
Obama now has momentum to deal with another cause close to his heart: racial justice
All work and low pay makes Uncle Sam a dull boy
Many bright inventions come out of the NHS. Too few are exploited
Our new issue on a London newsstand: Europe’s future in Greece’s hands July 4th – 10th 2015. Share a photo of you reading your copy using #myeconomist and we'll repost our favourite image next week #Economist #Newsstand #frontpagenews

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