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The Economist explains how to contain an ebola outbreak econ.st/1mgOOJH pic.twitter.com/xKvfesqvRQ
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NATO Article 5 --an attack on one is an attack on all-- is no longer a credible deterrent econ.st/1kxWhEr
A recent study found that parts of the brain are changed in young adults who smoke weed as little as once a week econ.st/1j5L5Mv
Algeria's election: Abdelaziz Bouteflika, the ageing president, looks set to hang on, however feeble his health econ.st/1j2g4ZH
Halfway through India's extended nine-stage election, the BJP and Narendra Modi look strong econ.st/1j5xIKQ pic.twitter.com/HYwLyPKbXL
The government in Kiev has no obvious counters to Russian-inspired occupations in Ukraine's industrial east econ.st/1kxy6G0
In spite of a political clampdown in China, a flourishing civil society is taking hold econ.st/1hFohFD pic.twitter.com/tFwfdNXS9g
Why businesses are the unsung heroes of many just revolutions econ.st/1iUl2b1 pic.twitter.com/vlOQDaW4zG
A Crapo idea? US mortgages: a post-crash crutch could become a permanent financial distortion econ.st/1l1NRbf pic.twitter.com/QX5LR9OBAg
The new weekly issue of The Economist is now available to view via our website and apps: econ.st/1j162YX
Today's #Dailychart looks at international attitudes to adultery econ.st/1kyKxBw pic.twitter.com/t6p6RTi6ix
The Economist explains why elections are bad for you econ.st/1nbIK86 pic.twitter.com/xo1gwpGmg9
In the book "Haunted Empire", Yukari Iwatani Kane concludes that a decline in Apple's fortunes seems inevitable econ.st/1kX4ksI
This billionaire is betting that campaigning on climate change can win elections. Is he right? econ.st/P2GVvj pic.twitter.com/qVuzLMQp26
This week we have two different regional versions of our cover April 19th – 25th 2014 pic.twitter.com/7yS6aWccY8
After 223 years, New Hampshire is about to make adultery legal. Still illegal in 20+ US states econ.st/1p9xwTB pic.twitter.com/4BEMpsClxD
Crisis in Ukraine: an economist's take on the subject of credible threats econ.st/1l0QU3t
Over 7m Afghans have sent a powerful message to the Taliban, their politicians and the world econ.st/1ktzFoq pic.twitter.com/SIPYzhFK1R
Italy's new prime minister may have to fight, and borrow more, to realise his bold agenda econ.st/1jyFGz9 pic.twitter.com/bb4wmJM2L8
Opium-growing and drug consumption are rising in Myanmar. A trade deal will make things worse econ.st/P2HXHQ pic.twitter.com/fgTZ2E1Q9L
Governing the world's third-largest democracy just got that much harder econ.st/1n8L1AW pic.twitter.com/CclbUZyrRB
"A second-class experience of the internet" Just 1% of web pages are in the world's fifth-most-spoken language-Arabic econ.st/1jHxeh8
The Global Business Travel Association is fighting a plan by America's FCC to allow cellular phone calls on planes econ.st/1eBjANV
Not-so-universal soldier: US armed forces have wasted millions on camouflage that doesn't work econ.st/1kWA05Z pic.twitter.com/jJ6MuU6Qg9
A feisty judiciary and media appear to have made a military coup unthinkable in Pakistan econ.st/1n8M2ZQ pic.twitter.com/KUVfN0CbqI