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The Economist

Breadcrumbs have been found in fireplaces that are between 14,200 and 14,400 years old econ.st/2NyuPJx
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What's wrong with identity politics?
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"Gender equality is not a female issue, it's a social and economic issue", says @ShelleyZalis. Enter our #OpenFuture video contest and tell us the one thing you would change to build a more open world econ.st/2uyK51I
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Tony Blair @InstituteGC argues centre politics has never gone away
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Could army interference swing Pakistan’s election for Imran Khan? econ.st/2zVS525
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When Trump met Putin–cartooned
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China's president Xi Jinping is visiting several African countries and the United Arab Emirates in an attempt to further cement China’s influence in the region. We examine whether Xi Jinping is more powerful than President Trump
"Gender equality is not a female issue, it's a social and economic issue", says @ShelleyZalis. Enter our #OpenFuture video contest and tell us the one thing you would change to build a more open world econ.st/2LwGxDy
Tony Blair @InstituteGC says Theresa May has “the least enviable job in western politics today trying to steer her way through this [Brexit] morass” but he thinks “what she wants won't work” econ.st/2uBc0OB
Mexico has a huge and disproportionate number of small businesses, and unusually wide variation in the productivity of its companies econ.st/2uyJYDo
What is identity politics?
Would you eat an insect stir-fry or drink an algae smoothie? We imagine a world in which bugs, algae and artificial burgers replace meat
No city in the United States ranks among the world's ten most expensive cities econ.st/2uCCAa0
What would @rupikaur_ change to build a more open world? She thinks people should focus on everyday choices made by individuals. Enter our #OpenFuture video contest and tell us your idea econ.st/2uyGjFE
Article 50 may need to be postponed, Tony Blair @InstituteGC told Anne McElvoy on The Economist asks podcast econ.st/2L6FL4j
What would a second Brexit referendum look like? Tony Blair offers some options on The Economist asks podcast
The Economist keeps you up-to-date with politics, business, culture and more. Subscribe today with our limited-time offer and enjoy 12 weeks' access econ.st/2uyFKLS
Who are the runners and riders to replace Mario Draghi as president of the European Central Bank? econ.st/2NmZDMX
Mexico's workers are ending up in jobs where they are less productive than they might be econ.st/2uFWvFl
Is there a way to save the world trading system? Maybe... For more, read my briefing in @TheEconomist economist.com/briefing/2018/…
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How did identity politics emerge and has it gone too far? #OpenFuture
.@rupikaur_ says the world would be a more open place if each person did their own small part. Enter our #OpenFuture video contest and tell us what you would change to build a more open world econ.st/2LxzxGH
This week’s cartoon from KAL
Tony Blair @InstituteGC explains why Britain should vote again on whether to leave the EU econ.st/2zPyiBq
Is it the end of the WTO as we know it? Donald Trump has put global trade in danger, but it can be saved. Our cover this week econ.st/2zUFe06
 
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