The Economist 201205-26
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Articles in this issue:
Politics this week
Business this week
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Resilient China: How strong is China’s economy?
The future of the European Union: The choice
Energy markets: The charges of the light brigade
Bangladesh’s toxic politics: Hello, Delhi
Azerbaijan and Eurovision: Nul points
Letters: On the euro, Thailand, Facebook, football, trains, Alice Munro, Spanish banks
The euro crisis: An ever-deeper democratic deficit
The costs of a Greek exit: Cutting up rough
Government transparency: The best disinfectant
Utah’s health-care reform: UnObamacare
Military innovation: Stress testing
Fish stocks: Plenty more fish in the sea
Government spending: Penny wise, pound foolish
Maine’s Senate race: Crowning a King
Lexington: Moral quandary
Energy in Canada: The great pipeline battle
The Dominican Republic: After Leonel
Colombia: Giving peace a chance
Gay rights in Chile: An atrocity prompts change
Politics in Bangladesh: Banged about
Tattoos in Japan: The shogun of Osaka
Violence in Karachi: City at war
Pakistan and the United States: A fateful call
Banyan: More fun?
China and America: A sigh of relief
Moving the family abroad: Hedging their bets
Trouble at the temple: Everybody was kung fu fighting
Côte d’Ivoire: Can west Africa’s jewel regain its shine?
A South African cartoon: No joke
Strife in Yemen: Hadi tries harder, against the odds
Racism in Lebanon: Black is not thought beautiful
Syria’s strife: From bad to worse
Algeria: Football v politics
Italian politics: Tremors and rumbles
Spanish banks: The corralito risk
Serbia’s presidential election: The gravedigger’s victory
Azerbaijan and Eurovision: The sound of music
Charlemagne: The feeling’s mutual
Electricity-market reform: Volt from the blue
The Lockerbie atrocity: To his grave
Explaining economic weakness: The IMF v Beecroft
Prisoners’ votes: Ballot and chain
Anti-social behaviour: A rose by any other name
Waterstones and Amazon: Strange bedfellows
Corporate liability: The sins of the sons
Mobile toilets: Convenience truths
Bagehot: Once in a lifetime
The NATO summit: NATO’s risky Afghan endgame
Climate scepticism: Toxic shock
Circassians: Home thoughts from abroad
Pedalling prosperity
Exports: The retreat of the monster surplus
Investment: Prudence without a purpose
The ballad of Mr Guo
Finance: Bending not breaking
Homeric wisdom
Shades of grey
Consumers: Dipping into the kitty
The next chapter: Beyond growth
Eike Batista: The salesman of Brazil
The internet in China and America: Breaking up is so very hard, Yahoo!
Google and antitrust: Over to you, and hurry
Facebook’s flotation: That sinking feeling
Reimagining Piramal: Blood, sweat, but no tears
Cars in Indonesia: Let them walk
Solar tariffs: Sunspots
Recruitment: Work and play
Schumpeter: The wheel of fortune
Europe in limbo: Home and dry
Buttonwood: The nationalisation of markets
Indian banking: Kotak moment
The trial of Rajat Gupta: The insider
Collateral management: Security services
Deutsche Bank: Two’s company
Free exchange: Humbler horizons
Experimental psychology: The roar of the crowd
Ichthyosaurs and the bends: Triassic lark
Space flight: There be Dragons
Nanotechnology: A fab result
Nanotechnology: Correction: Geoengineering
The joy of walking: The wanderer’s tale
Depression through the ages: Melancholy journey
The political waning of America: Unconvincing
The economic waning of America: Myths large and small
Biology and financial instability: The molecules of mayhem
The Barnes Collection: A phoenix rises
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
Output, prices and jobs
Trade, exchange rates, budget balances and interest rates
The Economist commodity-price index
Fiscal consolidation
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