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Freeexchange
What's really there?
RUSSIA’S currency has dived this year: since January it has lost about 40% of its value against the dollar. To slow the rouble's fall, the central bank has been raising interest rates: yesterday it did it for the fifth time (the rate now stands at
Fri, 12 Dec 2014 17:29:08 +0000

Prospero
Top of the pop
TRUE to its n
Fri, 12 Dec 2014 17:27:02 +0000

Gulliver
Good riddance
LAST WEEK, Raymond Jame
Fri, 12 Dec 2014 14:23:47 +0000

Gulliver
Bombs away
THE next generation of Amtrak's high-speed (or what passes for high-speed in America) Acela trains will have a different manufacturer than the existing rolling stock. Last week, Bombardier, the Canadian company that teamed with France's Alstom SA
Fri, 12 Dec 2014 12:31:59 +0000

Prospero
Mind your tongue
A GHOST is haunting Eur
Fri, 12 Dec 2014 09:59:22 +0000

Democracyinamerica
Unequally enforced
SMOKING pot may still be illegal in most parts of the country, but it is fairly common. Around a fifth of 18-to-25 y
Fri, 12 Dec 2014 08:25:04 +0000

Gametheory
The party's goal
THIS week's issue of The Economist includes an article about China making football compulsory at school. Read it her
Thu, 11 Dec 2014 19:13:03 +0000

Gametheory
Shooting for heaven
ERASMUS, our sister
Thu, 11 Dec 2014 19:05:35 +0000

Prospero
Holy Mary, drenched in symbolism
THE final canto of Dante’s “Paradiso” opens with euphoric praise not for the Son or the Father or even the Spirit, but the Mother:Virgin mother, daughter of your sonHumbler and higher than any other creature…You are s
Thu, 11 Dec 2014 16:14:46 +0000

Freeexchange
Two lost decades?
On December 3rd George Osborne, Britain's chancellor, delivered the autumn statement, the country's annual mini-budget. We are hosting a round-table discussion of the statement and the direction of British economic policy. Our final contributo
Thu, 11 Dec 2014 15:43:10 +0000

Americas
Bello: The power of the cursor
LAST December
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Americas
Violence in Mexico and Central America: A lethal culture
FROM the age of 13 Victor Toruño
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Americas
Brazil’s dictatorship: The final reckoning
FOR a country whose recent presidents all suffered at the hands of the military regime that ruled from 1964 to 1985, Brazil has been awfully slow to probe that dark chapter of its history. Dilma Rousseff, the incumbent, was tortured. Her two immed
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Americas
Canadian identity: Chomping Timbits
WHEN Burger King, an American
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Asia
India’s Jammu and Kashmir: Modi’s northern lights
ONCE a separatist, now a politici
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Asia
The Solomon Islands: Mark Three
WHEN the Solomon Islands made Manasseh Sogavare prime minister on December 9th, it was amid a heavy security presence of local and Australian police officers. This is the third stint in office for Mr Sogavare, a black belt in karate, and the first
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Asia
Afghanistan: Old problems, new hope
MORE than 13 years a
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Asia
Education in Indonesia: School’s in
WITH roughly 55m students, 3m tea
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Asia
Japanese property: Waking from sleep
SINCE the bubble
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Books-and-arts
England: A once and future realm
The English and Their His
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Books-and-arts
Intellectual property: A clash of two copyrights
The Copyright Wars: T
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Books-and-arts
Chefs: Kitchen bwana
Say cheese
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Books-and-arts
Cyber-warfare: Turning worm
Countdown to Zero Day: Stuxnet and the Launch of the World’s First Digital Weapon. By Kim Zetter. Crown; 433 pages; $25 and £20. Buy from
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Books-and-arts
American photography: Past prints
Dressing up di
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Books-and-arts
Culinary analysis: Tasty talk
The Language of Food. By Dan Jurafsky. W.W. Norton; 272 pages; $26.95 and £17.99. Buy from Amazon.com,
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
House of Lords: A tizz about fizz
Bolly or Moët?
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Bagehot: Nats, wha hae
“WE’RE supposed to have lost the
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Politics: No more parachuting in
ON CHILLY winter evenings S
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Britain in the Middle East: We’re back
IN 1968 a cash-strapped Labour go
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Christianity in Northern Ireland: The devil you know
SOMETHING has changed in Northern Ireland when the historically Protestant Democratic Unionist Party (DUP)—founded by the late Ian Paisley—goes in to bat for the province’s Catholic bishops. Could it be that sectarian rivals, taking their cue fro
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Funding for postgraduates: A little help
Hats off to th
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Stamp duty: Unexpected bills
“TODAY I’m cutting stamp duty for millions of homebuyers,” crowed George Osborne, the chancellor of the exchequer, on December 3rd when announcing reforms to stamp duty, a tax on buying property. Yet hidden in the forecasts of the Office for Budg
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Keeping mum at work: Working single mothers
The gove
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Boutique food shops: Deli-licious
Chi-chi cheese
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Britain
Care homes: Frail and faltering
BRITONS are living longer, but they are now less likely to end up in nursing homes. Despite a rapidly ageing population—there was a 10% increase in over-65s between 2001 and 2011—the number of care-home residents rose just 0.3% over that decade, a
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Business
Telecoms in America: On the airwaves
TIMES are gettin
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Business
Car emissions: Fuel’s paradise
THAT Americans d
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Business
Treating autism: In development
Slowly does it
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Business
Corporate cyber-security: Horror movie
It wasn’t me
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Business
Foreign firms in Argentina: Waiting for Cristina to go
Your dollars b
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Business
Corporate transparency: The openness revolution
HOWARD SCHULTZ, the head of Starb
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Business
Schumpeter: The scale-up nation
ISRAEL is rightly proud of its st
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

China
Banyan: Tiger in the net
HE HAS always looked a rather nas
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

China
New media: Propaganda 2.0
IT LOOKS a lot as new media
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

China
Christmas celebrations: Oh what fun
Jazzing it up
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

China
Football: The party’s goal
ONE of t
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Economic-and-financial-indicators
Tax revenue
UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  America’s police on trial M
Thu, 11 Dec 2014 14:15:01 +0000

Europe
Greece’s crisis: Samaras’s gamble
A GREEK presidential election is
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Europe
Organised crime in Italy: Mafia in the middle
IN THE crime movie “The Italian Job” Charlie, played by Michael Caine, upsets a mafia boss by trespassing on his turf to steal gold. The plot is entertaining, but absurd: the film is set in Turin in 1969, when organised crime in Italy was confined
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT

Europe
Russia and Ukraine: Putin’s people
Watching from
Thu, 11 December 2014 14:15:01 GMT



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