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The Economist
America's government wastes a heck of a lot of money econ.st/1yaUPw1 pic.twitter.com/jDmNsydwmH
This week’s cover preview: The whole world is going to university Read for free via: econ.st/1OAmTn1 pic.twitter.com/Di5kPr1I8N
India’s cut-throat mobile market is a boon to consumers, but an auction is shaking things up econ.st/1GktBd7 pic.twitter.com/cIZ4mFYZ79
What Thomas #Piketty left out of his best-selling book: the housing market econ.st/1EGZng3 pic.twitter.com/TerMM6qUCh
War in Yemen: Saudia Arabia bombs its southern neighbour to push back the Houthi rebels. Why? econ.st/1Iy8SSq pic.twitter.com/8bNc7Ckvqo
From Espresso: Look into my eyes: Putin faces the spooks econ.st/1xzVYCw pic.twitter.com/wySwphwScP
#Piketty: The awkward moment when a 26-year-old grad student says your big idea is wrong econ.st/1NbiftR pic.twitter.com/EHiHrx1yKI
Though it's of little comfort to the families of crash victims, flying has gotten ever safer econ.st/1D0hDWP pic.twitter.com/NZHyHbOied
Cutting income tax may be politically popular. But does it make economic sense? econ.st/1DHZbC7 pic.twitter.com/Y91QujEazF
Are these the biggest discovery in religious archaeology since the Dead Sea Scrolls? econ.st/1EWn8mX pic.twitter.com/qxChSGzXB3
English cricket is being hampered by a lack of involvement in the Indian Premier League econ.st/1GpS0xY pic.twitter.com/S3RhecDHDe
In 2014 asylum applications to rich countries reached their highest level for over 20 years econ.st/1EGYpQL pic.twitter.com/K6aurRbotC
Regional trade deals aren’t as good as global ones. But they are still beneficial econ.st/1IvMTLZ pic.twitter.com/zzYANERRwK
The Economist explains: what zoonotic diseases are, and how to stop them econ.st/1xxS2lR pic.twitter.com/to2caUTUTD
The Economist explains: Who is fighting in Myanmar, and why econ.st/1EWieGx pic.twitter.com/pYfl0S0k9x
Chinese aid to the Pacific region is expanding—as is its immigrant community econ.st/1xAAfKM pic.twitter.com/rbmN2BMbk9
Oddly, few Britons have noticed that the state has shrunk. So what's the political lesson? econ.st/1IvMMQz pic.twitter.com/qM3Xb62T8P
The number of WhatsApp messages sent every day now exceeds the number of standard texts econ.st/1EWeiWi pic.twitter.com/k8N0bOH3dg
From Espresso: Message from Facebook: this could be war econ.st/1xzqlcj pic.twitter.com/u6dvYthOru
In central and eastern Europe, patients offer bribes and low-paid doctors accept them econ.st/1xy4Us6 pic.twitter.com/oy7ZKATtlA
More evidence that breast-feeding babies changes their lives for the better econ.st/1xvvvWO pic.twitter.com/Dx7l0Dm5Cc