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The Economist

Zimbabweans are without food, water and power—largely thanks to inept governance
Author @sagarikaghose explains why she believes liberalism to be under grave assault in India #OpenFuture
Now is not the time to liberalise the trade in endangered species
For many poor farmers, wildlife protection brings no obvious benefits
Russians have taken to the streets for the past five weekends, protesting at the Kremlin's election meddling
The government has organised seminars for Turkish and refugee children to inoculate them against IS propaganda
No individual ought to be entrusted with the unchecked power to launch nuclear weapons
Pangolins are one of the world's most trafficked animals, but awareness of the shy mammals is patchy. Their protection is on the agenda at this week's CITES summit in Geneva
Zimbabwe was once one of Africa's most industrialised nations. Now, electricity flickers just a few hours a day
Profits at 399 of India’s biggest public companies have declined by 3.7% a year on average on Narendra Modi's watch
Up to $4.5bn of public money vanished from 1MDB, the state investment fund
The most vulnerable nations pay more to borrow, leaving them even more exposed
The big question is how America's crimebusters respond
Civil war has shattered what was already the poorest country in the region. It will be difficult to put Yemen back together
Citizens fed up with their factional, self-serving politicians appear to have little appetite for another revolution in Kyrgyzstan
The chances of China intervening in Hong Kong are increasing. To do so would risk economic disaster
After recreational marijuana was legalised in Colorado, Oregon and Washington, cookie sales jumped by 4.1%
Sending in troops would have huge repercussions. For now, the threats are intended to intimidate
Previously obscure companies, which became front-page news in 2008, are back in the news
What is WeWork really worth? At last, investors will get the chance to make up their own minds
In uncertain times, America is the go-to market for equity investors
Unsurprisingly, pharma-affiliated charities only fund co-payments for drugs that they manufacture
What really matters is the wider effects on corporate behaviour caused by such uncertainty
The technological conflict between America and China is not going to end anytime soon
Stilt-houses in Chongqing have suddenly become a tourist hotspot, thanks to social media
Pop music, as Sarfraz Manzoor knew it, was plastic nonsense. He had never heard anything that reflected his own life
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No rules exist to prevent debt spiralling out of control
California lawmakers aim to bring groundwater use to sustainable levels by the early 2040s
America’s interest in Greenland dates from the 19th century, when commercial acquisition of territory by states was common
The reaction of investors to Mauricio Macri’s loss in Argentina’s primary elections was swift and vicious
The lines are hardening and people are coming under pressure to take sides
Elephants have 40 versions of a cancer-fighting gene, whereas humans have only two
“Liberal is not a term of abuse, but should be a badge of pride,” says author @sagarikaghose #OpenFuture
An accident that resulted in the deaths of seven scientists may be related to Russia’s attempts to build a sort of “nuclear battery”
At 40%, turnout for Guatemala’s presidential election was the lowest this century
When weed is legalised, alcohol sales drop and junk food flies off the shelves
If introduced, Elizabeth Warren's No First Use policy would reverse over seven decades of nuclear thinking
Narendra Modi is increasingly viewed not as broadly pro-market but selectively pro-business
The oil giant’s first interaction with public investors showcased the firm’s evolution—and the forces that may impede it
In 1986 Reagan and Gorbachev came within a whisker of a ten-year deal to eliminate both countries arsenals
In Hong Kong neither the government nor the protesters are willing to back down. So what happens now?
One estimate suggests 2.5m coastal properties in America could be at risk of flooding every fortnight by 2100
Even if carbon emissions fall, rising sea levels will still inflict damage. Authorities must adapt, and swiftly
Narendra Modi claims that revoking Kashmir’s special status would “only empower democracy even more”. That rings hollow
Record numbers of Afghans fear for their liberty and safety
There are myriad wily ways under development to outwit face-recognition technology
Just three candidates—Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and Joe Biden—are polling in double digits in Iowa
Zimbabweans do not see why they should endure oppression and dysfunction indefinitely
Predatory rulers and decades of mismanagement have brought Zimbabwe to its knees. Now it is the people who are paying
Bernie Sanders has developed an almost cult-like hold on a small but meaningful minority of the Democratic electorate
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