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 2022-12-07 22:08 

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Castillo the brief: After a bungled coup attempt, Peru's president falls...

Pedro Castillo tried to shut down Congress. Instead, he was impeached...

 2022-12-07 21:20 

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What is the plan?: China is loosening its covid restrictions, at great risk...

The government has not done enough to prepare...

 2022-12-07 21:15 

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The unhappy prince: German police arrest two dozen alleged conspirators in a hare-brained plot to restore a king...

Investigators say a coup d'tat was being planned...

 2022-12-07 20:27 

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Naval drones: Ukrainian ingenuity is ushering in a new form of warfare at sea...

Are uncrewed attack vessels the wave of the future?...

 2022-12-07 20:05 

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Climate change: Avinash Persaud on how to boost investment in climate protection...

The climate envoy of Barbados's prime minister, Mia Mottley, speaks out...

 2022-12-07 19:56 

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Ankylosaurs: A new explanation for ankylosaurs' clubbed tails...

They were for fighting other ankylosaurs, rather than fending off predators...

 2022-12-07 19:54 

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Silent synapses: How adult brains learn the new without forgetting the old...

They preserve a type of memory-forming synapse found in children...

 2022-12-07 19:40 

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Beer: A find by a student in Ireland plugs a gap in the history of lager...

But the trail still leads back to Patagonia...

 2022-12-07 19:31 

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Daily chart: These are the most expensive cities in North America...

Spare a thought for New Yorkers...

 2022-12-07 18:31 

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The monetary marathon: Inflation is falling—but not enough...

Central bankers have a long way to go before they hit their targets...

 2022-12-07 18:28 

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Money Talks: What happens when China reopens?...

Our podcast on markets, the economy and business. This week, the economic impact of China's zero-covid policies has been felt around the world. What happens when they are lifted?...

 2022-12-07 17:08 

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Russia and Ukraine: A former French ambassador on the paradox unveiled by the war in Ukraine...

Michel Duclos explains its significance for the West's liberal order...

 2022-12-07 16:31 

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Peronist in peril: Cristina Fernndez de Kirchner is found guilty of corruption...

Argentina's former president, now vice-president, steered public works contracts to a family friend...

 2022-12-07 16:20 

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Looking backwards, moving forwards: Davy Chou is casting a spotlight on Cambodian cinema...

Partly through his own films, such as "Return to Seoul", and partly through helping other storytellers...

 2022-12-07 16:05 

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Arabs looking east: The Gulf looks to China...

A summit in Saudi Arabia will be about energy and money—and sending a message to America...

 2022-12-07 14:36 

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The traffic-light at one: Germany's ruling coalition marks its first anniversary...

Despite war, inflation, recession and a gas-strapped winter, it is faring rather well...

 2022-12-07 14:25 

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Italy: Sources and acknowledgments...

Special report...

 2022-12-07 12:48 

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The elephant not in the room: Two Trump Organisation companies are found guilty of tax fraud...

Donald Trump himself was not on trial, but is thought also to be under investigation...

 2022-12-07 11:33 

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The Intelligence: "Democrats seemed to get quite a bit smarter in this election"—Georgia's runoff goes their way...

Also on the daily podcast: a look at a(nother) rotten Algerian regime and another game falls to an AI player...

 2022-12-06 19:47 

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Generating buzz: Artificial intelligence is permeating business at last...

The age of "boring AI" will be anything but...

 2022-12-06 18:45 

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Loosening up: China is dismantling its zero-covid machine...

Even as the virus appears to be spreading...

 2022-12-06 18:29 

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Britain's growth crisis: Small pension funds are Britain's likeliest source of growth capital...

Defined-contribution schemes will only get bigger, and their members need returns...

 2022-12-06 18:18 

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Ukraine's Somme: Russia is hurling troops at the tiny Ukrainian town of Bakhmut...

But the battle is bloody and pointless...

 2022-12-06 17:57 

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Babbage: The surprising ineffectiveness of Russia's cyber-war...

Our podcast on science and technology. This week, we examine why the cyber campaign against Ukraine seems to have fallen flat, and ask whether Russia's digital prowess has been overestimated...

 2022-12-06 17:31 

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Our books of the year: These are The Economist's best books of 2022...

Their subjects include financial scandals, a witness to the Holocaust and cell theory...

 2022-12-06 16:42 

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Daily chart: How segregated is London?...

The 2021 census shows the most, and least, diverse neighbourhoods in Britain's capital...

 2022-12-06 15:48 

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Crypto after FTX: A crypto-exchange founder makes his case for decentralised finance...

Hayden Adams argues for its potential in light of FTX's implosion...

 2022-12-06 15:20 

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The Economist explains: Why Darjeeling tea may face extinction...

Knockoff teas from Nepal are stealing global demand and climate change is shrinking supply...

 2022-12-06 13:28 

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Demography: What to read to understand why population changes matter...

These books explain the importance of demographic ebbs and flows, especially in places like China and India...

 2022-12-06 11:39 

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The Intelligence: "There's a sense on both sides that they've gone too far to go back"—Iran's febrile mood...

Also on the daily podcast: watching China's blinkered nightly news and women revitalise America's funeral-services industry...

 2022-12-06 10:00 

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Renaissance art: Piero della Francesca's "Nativity" has been carefully restored...

The painting, beloved by Christmas-card manufacturers, is a vision of the miraculous and the mundane...

 2022-12-06 05:49 

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Voting early and often: What's at stake in Georgia's run-off election...

Control of the Senate may not be in play, but there is still plenty to fight over...

 2022-12-05 22:21 

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A tangled web: A new Supreme Court case may dampen protections for LGBT people...

In 303 Creative v Elenis, America's justices seemed to favour a Christian web designer in a battle over gay rights...

 2022-12-05 22:19 

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The incredible shrinking plan: Can you afford to retire?...

Inflation and rising rates mean many future retirees could earn less than they had thought...

 2022-12-05 22:19 

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The incredible shrinking plan: Is your pension fund in trouble?...

Inflation and rising interest rates could be a rude shock for some future retirees...

 2022-12-05 21:43 

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Drum Tower: Can China escape zero-covid?...

Our weekly podcast on China. This week, how China's zero-covid policy turned from a triumphant success that saved lives into a trap with big human and economic costs...

 2022-12-05 21:03 

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Left, right, left: Britain's Labour Party ponders a new generation of "social rights"...

Gordon Brown proposes rights to health care and housing. Will Sir Keir Starmer agree?...

 2022-12-05 20:38 

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Daily chart: Life under the Taliban has hit rock bottom...

A new survey sheds light on the plight of women. Most men are suffering, too...

 2022-12-05 18:58 

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Cross-border gambling: China's ban on gambling is a cash gift to the rest of Asia...

But Xi Jinping wants to stop Chinese high-rollers rolling abroad...

 2022-12-05 18:23 

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The Economist explains: Can hydropower help ease Europe's energy crisis?...

After a parching summer, reservoirs were depleted—but the outlook for 2023 is more promising...

 2022-12-05 17:07 

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The World Ahead: What are the prospects for the world economy in 2023?...

In this future-gazing podcast series, we're debating the key themes that will shape 2023—from geopolitics to climate change to economics...

 2022-12-05 12:56 

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The cost of vulnerability: External shocks have hit the Italian economy hard...

They have also exacerbated internal weaknesses...

 2022-12-05 12:56 

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The houses that Giuseppe sold: Italy is trying to deal with its demographic decline...

Some deserted southern towns are taking innovative approaches...

 2022-12-05 12:56 

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Wanted: an Italian Thatcher: Italy's new government needs to make deep economic reforms...

But Giorgia Meloni may not have the desire or the experience to make them, says John Peet...

 2022-12-05 12:56 

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Italy's bane: Political instability in Italy has always affected reform...

Can Giorgia Meloni stay in power long enough to buck the trend?...

 2022-12-05 12:56 

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Structural faults: Italy's protected sectors need exposure to more competition...

Their approach to management and the labour market need a shake-up, too...

 2022-12-05 12:56 

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A new reform spirit: Italy needs to learn from other countries on structural changes...

It cannot afford to retreat from them as it has before...

 2022-12-05 12:56 

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Spreadeagled: Why is Italy's public-debt burden so big?...

It is the denominator, not the numerator, that is the real problem...

 2022-12-05 12:56 

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Sunrise or sunset?: Southern Italy needs private enterprise and infrastructure...

It does not just need more public money...

 2022-12-05 11:26 

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The Intelligence: "Nobody really knows how Vladimir Putin will respond"—the risks of price-capping Russian oil...

Also on the daily podcast: a look inside Senegal's football-training machine and why deodorant is locked up in America...

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