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The Economist

Ahmed was 14 when he lost his arm in a barrel-bomb attack in Syria. 3D printing could help him, and many others
How a quiet Frenchman cracked the American jewellery market econ.st/2DMS26K From @1843mag
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Why the Eames LCW lounge chair, launched in 1946, is still a bestseller econ.st/2EUDgKv From @1843mag
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A. A. Milne was born #OnThisDay 1882. In writing so charmingly about Christopher Robin’s childhood, Milne brought it to an end econ.trib.al/0M4QTxX
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Artificial intelligence heralds the fourth industrial revolution. But what are its ethical challenges? econ.st/2DdgRrI
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The dominance of Google, Facebook and Amazon is bad for consumers and competition. Our cover this week
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Is sex addiction an illness or an excuse? econ.st/2EKQrOl From @1843mag
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Seoul's subway is run using real-time data, which can predict bottlenecks before they happen. It's one of the ways South Korea's capital is tackling travel congestion
Great opportunity to work in @TheEconomist's Tokyo Bureau!
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The fiction behind plea bargains is that the innocent will stand fast. Case reviews and psychology experiments show they often do not
Musicians often try to smooth the transition from stage to screen by incorporating singing into their acting roles econ.trib.al/MLoHI0i
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Your time is precious, so spend it well with a weekly subscription to The Economist. Subscribe for 12 weeks’ access and get a free notebook econ.st/2FPhwBm
The dispiriting dawn of pick’n’mix globalisation econ.st/2DlfjQv From @1843mag
This year could shine a light on how personal information is traded in China—and its serious impact on Chinese companies econ.st/2DemOER
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The author of a novel about a killer nanny has been accused of “cashing in” on the murders of two children in New York econ.st/2DK2oVj From @1843mag
Mr Trump's response to North Korea will shape the century-defining relationship between America and China econ.st/2i7UuOY
Parents in China are finding it increasingly difficult to marry off sons
China's one-child policy will have a far-reaching impact on its society for years to come
Bride prices in China have shot up, bending the country’s society and economy out of shape
Susan Sontag was born #OnThisDay 1933. She achieved the near-impossible: she was a European-style intellectual in America econ.trib.al/WwcZ596
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A shortage of brides in China is causing major social shifts
The real-life murder case that inspired a thriller about a killer nanny econ.st/2FHv1mB From @1843mag
The stoned housewives of Washington, DC: how legalising marijuana can have unforeseen consequences econ.st/2ELjh0U From @1843mag
Susan Sontag was born #OnThisDay 1933. She managed to engage Americans with deep and relevant inquiries into modern life econ.st/2FE5fzs
Are larger wine glasses contributing to the growing consumption of wine in Britain?
 
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