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The Economist
Syriza will disentangle church and state, but it won't be done hastily or confrontationally
Evo Morales's third term as Bolivia's president may not run as smoothly as his first two
From Espressso: Trans-Pacific trade: a political labyrinth
#Dailychart: If Greece leaves the euro, it is clear who would be hit by an ensuing default
Why are “masters of the universe” investing in bonds that are guaranteed to make a loss?
Better automated acquisition of speech may be more about seeing than hearing
The Economist explains what disruptive innovation means
Greece turns, Europe wobbles: what Syriza's victory means for countries across the euro zone
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Where wearing black on the King’s birthday or sitting during the national anthem means jail
Pew study: women have to do more than men to prove themselves and less likely to be rewarded
No "breakthrough" in Delhi between India and America, but there is a gradual warming
Is Boko Haram becoming Africa’s Islamic State?
Greece’s Syriza party may form a governing coalition with the Independent Greeks party
A mysterious wanderer, a modern Odysseus: the "real" Malboro man dies aged 85. His story:
Instead of uniting China and the West, jihadist violence risks further dividing them
A novel technique can read classical texts once thought too delicate to examine
“Family Politics” is a haunting, vivid and thought-provoking new work of social history
America’s elite is producing children who not only get ahead, but deserve to do so
How Syriza and its anti-austerity programme conquered Greece
The debate heats up about what goals the world should set itself for 2030
Saudi Arabia's king has died. America should now reconsider its relationship with the kingdom
Attitudes to early childhood education vary wildly: so how much does early spending matter?
Authors and publishers may constrain the rise of e-book subscriptions