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 2021-09-15 09:50 

The Economist

The Intelligence: "With the Taliban arrival, aid has stopped; the economy is in freefall"—Afghanistan's humanitarian crisis...

Also on the daily podcast: new battle lines revealed in Epic v Apple case and polluters' dirty work when regulators rest | Podcasts...

 2021-09-14 10:07 

The Economist

The Intelligence: "There's a sense this is the only way Republicans could win the governorship"—California's recall vote...

Also on the daily podcast: Russia's massive exercises in Belarus and how Dante's masterwork still holds lessons | Podcasts...

 2021-09-14 00:00 

The Economist

Highway 1 revisited: A journey from Kabul to Kandahar...

Afghanistan's old problems and new challenges, as explained by the road linking its biggest cities | Asia...

 2021-09-13 15:23 

The Economist

Go West: Russia holds the largest military exercise in Europe for 40 years...

The Zapad-21 drills point to deepening ties between Russia and Belarus | Europe...

 2021-09-11 00:00 

The Economist

New ideas, old tricks: Nayib Bukele is wrecking democracy in El Salvador...

Beyond the bitcoin tech-bro hype is an old-fashioned caudillo | Leaders...

 2021-09-11 00:00 

The Economist

Still searching: After Afghanistan Germans rethink their country's foreign policy...

But this month's election is unlikely to change it much | Europe...

 2021-09-11 00:00 

The Economist

The Taliban-whisperers: Qatar's unique role in Afghanistan...

America's ignominious exit from Kabul has been a diplomatic boon for tiny Qatar | Middle East & Africa...

 2021-09-09 12:58 

The Economist

Baghdad pay dirt: TotalEnergies and Iraq agree to a $27bn deal...

It is another foray by the French oil supermajor into dicey countries | Business...

 2021-09-07 11:12 

The Economist

The Intelligence: "Locals don't understand what it is or why they would want to use it"—El Salvador's bitcoin experiment...

Also on the daily podcast: the costs of educational arms races and the question of what makes great contemporary fiction | Podcasts...

 2021-09-04 00:00 

The Economist

After the airlift: Foreign powers ponder how and whether to engage with the Taliban...

The new rulers of Afghanistan crave recognition and cash | Asia...

 2021-09-04 00:00 

The Economist

Do not move on, move forwards: America should engage with the Taliban, very cautiously...

The aim should be to help ordinary Afghans, not to compete with China and Iran | Leaders...

 2021-09-04 00:00 

The Economist

Charlemagne: After Afghanistan, Europe wonders if France was right about America...

Emmanuel Macron argued the US could not be relied upon. He may have had a point | Europe...

 2021-09-04 00:00 

The Economist

Tied up in knots: For Northern Ireland, Brexit means red tape and subsidies...

The province's businesses and consumers must either pay higher prices, or receive government handouts in perpetuity | Britain...

 2021-09-02 12:57 

The Economist

Satoshis for cervezas: Using bitcoin as legal tender...

Is El Salvador's move a costly gimmick or an attempt to lower transaction fees? | Finance & economics...

 2021-09-02 00:00 

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Cutting Kabul's cable: Afghanistan's thriving television channels prepare for a crackdown...

The Taliban promise openness but some broadcasters have started self-censoring | Asia...

 2021-09-01 12:01 

The Economist

The Economist explains: What does Taliban control mean for Afghanistan's opium economy?...

The Islamists say they will ban production of the drug. That will be hard | The Economist explains...

 2021-08-30 04:00 

The Economist

After the fall: The West's withdrawal from Afghanistan is complete...

It would be dangerous for America and its allies to turn their backs on the new Taliban government, argues Pakistan | Asia...

 2021-08-28 00:00 

The Economist

A rock in a hard place: The mess in Afghanistan exposes Britain's foolish security policy...

The time is long past for Britain to repair relations with its European neighbours | Leaders...

 2021-08-28 00:00 

The Economist

Following the Taliban: After Afghanistan, where next for global jihad?...

The biggest danger is in poor, unstable states where insurgents already control territory | Leaders...

 2021-08-28 00:00 

The Economist

The special relationship: The Afghanistan debacle has weakened ties between Britain and America...

It strengthens the case for Boris Johnson's government to work more closely with the European Union | Britain...

 2021-08-28 00:00 

The Economist

Good news for global jihad: America's flight from Afghanistan will embolden jihadists around the world...

Even if the Taliban do little to help other fighters, their success is an inspiration | Briefing...

 2021-08-28 00:00 

The Economist

Not yet out of the woods: Employment is growing strongly in the euro zone...

But the recovery still has some way to go | Europe...

 2021-08-26 12:57 

The Economist

Kabul on edge: Afghanistan's evacuation deadline is a deadly countdown...

As America clears out, Afghans await a Taliban government | Asia...

 2021-08-26 12:57 

The Economist

Homegrown fare: Russia cultivates alternatives to Western financial firms...

Abroad, though, their homegrown firms are minnows | Finance & economics...

 2021-08-25 00:00 

The Economist

The future of American power: Henry Kissinger on why America failed in Afghanistan...

It was not possible to turn the country into a modern democracy, but creative diplomacy and force might have overcome terrorism, says the American statesman | By Invitation...

 2021-08-24 09:58 

The Economist

The Intelligence: "No CEO in history has created more shareholder value"—Tim Cook's decade at Apple...

Also on the daily podcast: Hong Kong's crackdown hits its unions and California's coming pork crunch | Podcasts...

 2021-08-21 00:00 

The Economist

Bagehot: For some MPs Afghanistan is personal as well as political...

The struggles of a group shaped by the conflict | Britain...

 2021-08-21 00:00 

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Teaching them a lesson: Hong Kong's government is crushing the city's pro-democracy unions...

Workers will suffer | China...

 2021-08-21 00:00 

The Economist

Banyan: What the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan means for India and Pakistan...

A humiliation for India is a victory for Pakistan, but a costly one | Asia...

 2021-08-20 18:02 

The Economist

Checks and Balance: Biden's debacle—what legacy does America leave in Afghanistan?...

Our weekly podcast on democracy in America | Podcasts...

 2021-08-20 14:02 

The Economist

Afghanistan: My family fought alongside the Taliban. But I'm afraid for my friends...

I was raised to hate Western values. Now I want to be a bridge between the two worlds | 1843 magazine...

 2021-08-19 12:56 

The Economist

The Taliban are back in town: From Saigon to Kabul: what America's Afghan fiasco means for the world...

The defeat in Afghanistan is, like that in Vietnam, a turning-point. Many fear America's foes will be emboldened; others hope it will now be more able to confront them | Briefing...

 2021-08-19 12:56 

The Economist

Biden's debacle: The fiasco in Afghanistan is a grave blow to America's standing...

And much of the blame lies squarely with Joe Biden | Leaders...

 2021-08-19 12:56 

The Economist

Chaguan: China is happy to see America humbled in Afghanistan...

It does not love the Taliban, but is ready to do business with them | China...

 2021-08-18 16:01 

The Economist

Afghanistan: How the Taliban's takeover has weakened America...

The superpower's humiliation in Afghanistan and what this means for the security of the world | Films...

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