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Books-and-arts
Chiwetel Ejiofor: The power of quiet
A SUITE at Claridge’s Hotel in ce
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:50 GMT

China
Stand-up comedy: Joking aside
Joe Wong: stan
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:51 GMT

China
Corruption: Less party time
FOR a sense of how President Xi J
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:51 GMT

China
The trial of Xu Zhiyong: New citizens
THE wife of Xu Zhiyong, one of China’s most prominent political activists, gave birth to the couple’s first child on January 13th, but the little girl is unlikely to see her father soon. Mr Xu went on trial on January 22nd charged with “assemblin
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:51 GMT

International
Road deaths: Driving to an early grave
FROM the back of St Mary’s Missio
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:51 GMT

International
Romani: Travel talk
EVERY two weeks a language disappears. By 2100 nearly half of the 6,000 spoken today may be gone. Migration, either between countries or from the countryside to cities, is one reason: though new arrivals generally stick with their mother tongue, a
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:51 GMT

International
Gay-pride parades: Pride and prejudice
SPEAKING at Lithuania’s gay-pride
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:51 GMT

International
The data of Davos: Who’s on the Magic Mountain?
Of the 2,622 hobnobbers invited to this
Thu, 23 January 2014 10:48:19 GMT

Leaders
Multinationals: China loses its allure
ACCORDING to the late Roberto Goi
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:50 GMT

Leaders
European climate policy: Worse than useless
SINCE climate change was identified as a serious threat to the planet, Europe has been in the vanguard of the effort to mitigate it. The policies it has adopted are designed with two aims in mind: to cut European emissions drastically and to push
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:50 GMT

Leaders
Road safety: Reinventing the wheel
DURING the past two
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:50 GMT

Leaders
Syria’s civil war: Desperate times
NOBODY thinks that the Geneva neg
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:50 GMT

Leaders
California: The recovery
WHEN Jerry Brown took office as C
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:50 GMT

Letters
Letters: On state-owned assets, drug patents, Jewishness, the oil rush, railways, Robin Hood
Sale of the century SIR – There was one very valuable
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:50 GMT

Middle-east-and-africa
Israel’s and Palestine’s gas and oil: Too optimistic?
ARE governments of the Levant fooling their people with false promises of an offshore gas bonanza? From the proceeds, Lebanon hopes to fund a bullet train that will end Beirut’s traffic snarl-ups. Across the water, the Cypriot government has equal
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:51 GMT

Middle-east-and-africa
Yemen’s conference: No proper end
ON JANUARY 21st,
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:51 GMT

Middle-east-and-africa
Africa’s economies: A tippler’s guide
FOR most people the letters BBC denote the British Broadcasting Corporation. For fans of Real Madrid, the world’s richest football club, they stand for Bale, Benzema and Cristiano (Ronaldo), the team’s goal-guzzling forward line. For investors in
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:51 GMT

Obituary
Hiroo Onoda: Last man fighting
BEFORE he approached the tent
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:50 GMT

Science-and-technology
Acacia, ants and antibiotics: Protect and survive
Home, sweet ho
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:50 GMT

Science-and-technology
Computer security: Spam in the fridge
“THE internet of things” is one of the buzziest bits of jargon around in consumer electronics. The idea is to put computers in all kinds of products—televisions, washing machines, thermostats, refrigerators—that have not, traditionally, been co
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:50 GMT

Science-and-technology
Malaria eradication: Cure all?
WHAT if it were possible to get r
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:50 GMT

Science-and-technology
Dracunculiasis: Good riddance
MALARIA is still
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:50 GMT

Buttonwood
Inflation and the bond markets: Down, down, deeper and down
ONE of the market's many puzzles at the end of 2013 (as this column pointed out) was that almost everyone was bearish on bonds at a time when inflation was falling. Sure enough, government bonds have had a pretty good start to the year.The decline in
Wed, 22 Jan 2014 12:24:03 +0000

Feastandfamine
Three myths debunked
BILL GATES on why aid works, the poor are getting richer and growing wealth inequality doesn't matter
Wed, 22 Jan 2014 00:11:46 +0000

Analects
China's economy: Doing stuff, not making stuff
NOT everyone treats China's official statistics with casual disdain. Last month the head of China's National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) paid a visit to Mr Ye, an elderly man in Jiangsu province, who has kept a meticulous daily record of his household
Mon, 20 Jan 2014 12:27:48 +0000

Schumpeter
Banks and tax evasion: Putting the squeeze on Miami vice
IT HAS become a lot less comfortable to be an American with an undisclosed offshore bank account in recent years, thanks to the federal prosecutors who have harried foreign moneymen and lawyers suspected of aiding tax evasion, particularly in Swi
Sat, 18 Jan 2014 11:09:06 +0000

Leaders
Bank capital: A worrying wobble
UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  Coming to an office near you Fl
Thu, 16 Jan 2014 16:00:03 +0000

Finance-and-economics
Leverage ratios: Leavened
UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  Coming to an office near you Fl
Thu, 16 Jan 2014 16:00:02 +0000

Americas
Prison in Brazil: Welcome to the Middle Ages
FLIP-FLOPPED feet saunter across
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:02 GMT

Americas
Canadian multiculturalism: The more the merrier
WHEN the gover
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:02 GMT

Americas
Violence in Mexico: Lawless land
AN UNEASY peace has settled on Apatzingán, a 99,000-strong city in western Mexico. The federal government this week sent in troops to disarm “self-defence” groups operating in Michoacán, Mexico’s most troubled state. The deployment came as thes
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:02 GMT

China
The internet: From Weibo to WeChat
WHEN Luo Changping, an investigat
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:02 GMT

China
Making money from WeChat: Nice little earner
IT IS hard to make money peddling social media anywhere. During their first few years in business, Facebook and Twitter lost pots of money. Yet somehow Tencent, an innovative Chinese firm that released the WeChat app in 2011, seems to have cracked
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:02 GMT

China
Stability v rights: Balancing act
“THE relationship between mai
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:02 GMT

International
Livestock diseases: On the zoonose
ZOONOSES—diseases transmitted from animals to people—seem to be becoming more serious. It is hard to be sure, since the huge fall in worldwide mortality since 1950 makes comparisons hard. But according to Delia Grace of the International Livestock
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:02 GMT

International
Livestock farming: Meat and greens
IN DECEMBER angry farmers drove their cattle to Manapparai, in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, and blockaded the market. They were protesting against a decision by health inspectors to close their own market at Trichy, 35 kilometres (22 m
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:02 GMT

International
Organised crime: Earning with the fishes
SOME lawmen chase villains down m
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:02 GMT

International
Skills and youth: All hands on deck
ACROSS developed
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:02 GMT

Letters
Letters: On Europe's populists, alcohol, Germany, Narendra Modi, hunting, advertising, Los Angeles, Quebec
Populists are not popular SIR – Populist parties in E
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:01 GMT

Obituary
Ariel Sharon

Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:03 GMT

Science-and-technology
Aircraft safety: Strike out!
ONE of the scarier videos on YouT
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:03 GMT

Science-and-technology
Ocean acidification: A shrinking problem
The ones that got
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:02 GMT

Science-and-technology
Physical chemistry: The benefits of money laundering
What’s the sco
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:02 GMT

Science-and-technology
Cryptography: Unsafe and sound
EAVESDROPPING, be it simply sticking an ear against a door or listening to and analysing the noises made by tapping different keys on a keyboard, is a stock-in-trade of spying. Listening to a computer itself, though, as it hums away doing its calc
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:02 GMT

Special-report
Tech startups: A Cambrian moment
ABOUT 540M YEARS ago something am
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:03 GMT

Special-report
Creating a business: Testing, testing
“WE EVEN HAD to host the servers
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:03 GMT

Special-report
Platforms: Something to stand on
PROVIDING THE RIGHT platform is s
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:03 GMT

Special-report
Venture capitalists: From leafy to lofty
TECH MONEYMEN LIKE altitude.
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:03 GMT

Special-report
Building companies: Rocket machine
WHY BOTHER WITH accelerators?
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:03 GMT

Special-report
Hardware startups: Hacking Shenzhen
OH NO, NOT another accelerator, y
Thu, 16 January 2014 16:00:03 GMT



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