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The Economist

Ghana’s debt to GDP measure looks quite tame compared to past years, but it is only because of a statistical tweak
Vanilla is one of the most popular flavourings in the world. But in recent years the price of natural vanilla has shot up. Why?
Britain’s first retirement homes for LGBT OAPs
Europe’s gaseous political alliances
As growth slows, the spectre of local-government debt looms once more
As a result of the warming climate, Greenland's seasonal ice melt began two weeks early
Diplomats in Europe say that the EU cannot possibly betray Ireland by allowing Boris Johnson to ditch the backstop
Rationalists need to reassert themselves; to show some emotion and take governance back #OpenFuture
Filipino farmers are fighting—and dying—for land to till
“Love Island” traces its roots back to the Bible, via Shakespeare From @1843mag
Can the south remain immune to Mr Modi’s northern nationalism, embodied in the slogan “Hindi-Hindu-Hindustan”?
Can Germany’s biggest lender survive on its own?
A writer’s journey through Myanmar
If ordinary Indians prove ready to concede that Pakistanis might be good chaps after all, politicians are not so generous
American drugmakers are raising prices. Again
Presidential debates seldom move opinion polls
The film featured an ultraviolence unseen in war films—let alone Westerns—at that time
African companies are expanding across the continent
In her recent book “Down Girl”, @kate_manne argues for an “ameliorative” approach to concepts
In Argentina, the IMF has been neither toxic nor triumphant
“Lee Krasner: Living Colour” @BarbicanCentre is the first major show of her work in Europe in more than 50 years
Can Colombia’s President Iván Duque find his feet?
Britain’s magistrates are in a funk. The time is right for reform
Madonna, who turned 60 last August, is back with a new album. “Madame X” finds her in her darkest mood since “American Life”
Libra will be run by a Swiss association and controlled initially by a consortium. A bit like James Bond's nemesis, SPECTRE
Iván Duque's main challenge is to develop clear policies of his own
What the size of our handbags says about us From @1843mag
After its 16th bail-out, Ghana hopes to put the IMF behind it
South Korea’s left-wing president loses his zeal to humble big business
Caroline Crampton considers her subject from military, commercial and artistic perspectives
If you think you know the origin story of the croissant, well, you're wrong From @1843mag
Game of Thrones-themed tourism is coming
What “Toy Story 4” offers is the sentimental pleasure of getting a favourite old plaything from the attic
What the music industry reveals about economics
Andrew Yang, prophet of doom
Theresa May’s expensive search for a legacy
More liberal, functional Illinois
Stopping bees swapping hives keeps disease down and productivity up
Desperate patients turn to buyers clubs
For those seeking the sort of justice that involves steel bars, Harvey Weinstein’s criminal trial will be the one to watch
The character who appears most frequently is Orwell, who was based in the country as a reluctant “colonial enforcer”
China’s grand, gloomy sci-fi is going global
Chinese sci-fi makes a dystopia out of the act of discovery, often presenting the truth as not worth knowing, or not worth the risk
“People say I’m controversial. But I think the most controversial thing I have ever done is to stick around”
Donald Trump copies his previous campaign strategy, with anti-immigrant rhetoric and attacks on Hillary Clinton
Burundi’s “eternal supreme guide” enforces an “election tax”
The world’s biggest building reveals a lot about China’s economic strengths. It is also a microcosm of the country’s financial frailties
Low interest rates and sluggish growth may lead to currency wars
Pressure is mounting on WHO, which needs to find more money for its Ebola response
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