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The Economist
Short, memorable and poetic, many aphorisms and pieces of advice are also flat wrong econ.st/1Ch6qRL pic.twitter.com/zpeETNwCwW
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The Greek crisis: A nation decides its fate econ.st/1Ch5uwK pic.twitter.com/9RbXojZaXw
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Chinese regulators have more power than most but even they cannot tame a volatile stockmarket econ.st/1IyW9Bz pic.twitter.com/FlbLmRgK6I
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How much influence does Islamic State really have outside Syria and Iraq? econ.st/1H5JNOW pic.twitter.com/CAMj74CLDV
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A new look at the terror that accompanied the birth of Pakistan econ.st/1LNP81u pic.twitter.com/W5SNlkhzaB
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The Economist explains how Greece's referendum works econ.st/1HDn14i pic.twitter.com/5iaZ23w3tl
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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 econ.st/1GUq7vj pic.twitter.com/GgvN4rqJgY
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? econ.st/1CNEM9R pic.twitter.com/sOfEpqOiPk
#Dailychart: Where's safest to get behind the wheel worldwide? econ.st/1Iypex0 pic.twitter.com/zJZmWqYwCW
Why Greece's fall in debt sustainability is only its government's fault econ.st/1JCOVxZ pic.twitter.com/kXtVOJkCHY
IS is recruiting jihadis for Syria in the Caucasus, and Russia may be letting them go econ.st/1JHbPl1 pic.twitter.com/aKOr4frjxw
The authorities never investigate market manipulation when prices are rising. Why? econ.st/1CQn2KR pic.twitter.com/LNsLcNusnt
A bad week for China's stockmarkets could be felt for years to come econ.st/1JCXsB1 pic.twitter.com/eTIb0PhhAT
In America, police fail to make an arrest in more than a third of the nation’s killings econ.st/1JAhT1d pic.twitter.com/6NYkEH4har
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 econ.st/1FYl4bk pic.twitter.com/fcUmXs6XYV
Wind once powered the Netherlands, but not anymore. Why do the Dutch oppose windmills? econ.st/1C5TVIo pic.twitter.com/wdGMFJsEel
Obama now has momentum to deal with another cause close to his heart: racial justice econ.st/1C5W72A pic.twitter.com/TIIkLKF2ZJ
All work and low pay makes Uncle Sam a dull boy econ.st/1JCxKfZ pic.twitter.com/IiwEUfvEey
Many bright inventions come out of the NHS. Too few are exploited econ.st/1R7EUNe pic.twitter.com/siHSQvnndn
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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