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The Economist
Syriza will disentangle church and state, but it won't be done hastily or confrontationally econ.st/1uvoazv pic.twitter.com/jo9A1M3t9Z
Evo Morales's third term as Bolivia's president may not run as smoothly as his first two econ.st/1yIU7td pic.twitter.com/anmdJ8iP1P
From Espressso: Trans-Pacific trade: a political labyrinth econ.st/1yJ8b5W pic.twitter.com/ZwR4h8mUMW
#Dailychart: If Greece leaves the euro, it is clear who would be hit by an ensuing default econ.st/1C8n708 pic.twitter.com/76sWsZkSmB
Why are “masters of the universe” investing in bonds that are guaranteed to make a loss? econ.st/1DauAZI pic.twitter.com/4h8JvLVCX0
Better automated acquisition of speech may be more about seeing than hearing econ.st/1CV6sKg pic.twitter.com/AceDLpvznN
The Economist explains what disruptive innovation means econ.st/1JtUXNX pic.twitter.com/qWBuZFfIE7
Greece turns, Europe wobbles: what Syriza's victory means for countries across the euro zone econ.st/1C793Ee pic.twitter.com/aWufuvggMQ
From Instagram: Here is our Monday Economist ad caption to start your week econ.st/1C7kv2E pic.twitter.com/tp3aOiMu5W
Where wearing black on the King’s birthday or sitting during the national anthem means jail econ.st/1LaUmmh pic.twitter.com/LVZndj6gjv
Pew study: women have to do more than men to prove themselves and less likely to be rewarded econ.st/1D9ZZLQ pic.twitter.com/MVXbhkTeZW
No "breakthrough" in Delhi between India and America, but there is a gradual warming econ.st/1yIqN6j pic.twitter.com/VSxCwIcdau
Is Boko Haram becoming Africa’s Islamic State? econ.st/1yOsDkR pic.twitter.com/lWrEcDdSVE
Greece’s Syriza party may form a governing coalition with the Independent Greeks party econ.st/1wxC7fY pic.twitter.com/Dp4YkqL9Mv
A mysterious wanderer, a modern Odysseus: the "real" Malboro man dies aged 85. His story: econ.st/1CK7fgR pic.twitter.com/dsRaIchWUa
Instead of uniting China and the West, jihadist violence risks further dividing them econ.st/1xK5qxp pic.twitter.com/AY042nfnD0
A novel technique can read classical texts once thought too delicate to examine econ.st/1yOc88t pic.twitter.com/dI8iG3qlsQ
“Family Politics” is a haunting, vivid and thought-provoking new work of social history econ.st/1y8sPaT pic.twitter.com/ajABftm4bF
America’s elite is producing children who not only get ahead, but deserve to do so econ.st/1CjrpjN pic.twitter.com/Ysnm821g85
How Syriza and its anti-austerity programme conquered Greece econ.st/1CV1oFI pic.twitter.com/qIWXnCtRUC
The debate heats up about what goals the world should set itself for 2030 econ.st/1xFmbKj pic.twitter.com/SmooZ8Wchc
Saudi Arabia's king has died. America should now reconsider its relationship with the kingdom econ.st/1t6gWGG pic.twitter.com/IQgd2Pt0U6
Attitudes to early childhood education vary wildly: so how much does early spending matter? econ.st/1Jse49g pic.twitter.com/6Z2ifpvdTh
Authors and publishers may constrain the rise of e-book subscriptions econ.st/1Cjr54w pic.twitter.com/1sZ0lLWaGY