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 In retreat
  Jan 28th - Feb 3rd 2017


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The world this week

Politics this week

Business this week


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Leaders

The multinational company
In retreat

Venezuela
It’s a mad, mad, mad, Maduro world

America’s trade with China
Jaw, jaw

Private schools in poor countries
Tablets of learning

Family life in Russia
Empowering the vilest malefactors

Letters

On assisted suicide, John Calvin, languages, calendars, the Normans
Letters to the editor

Briefing

Multinationals
The retreat of the global company

United States

Donald Trump in office
Trust me, I’m the president


Abortion policy
Gag reflex

Pipelines
On a war footing

Replacing Obamacare
High risk by name

Subsidising professional sports
If you fund it, they may come

Schools
Teaching economics

Colleges and inequality
Skipping class

Lexington
The Herbal Tea Party

The Americas

Venezuela
Maduro’s dance of disaster

Bello
Death of a justice

Mexico and the United States
Pistols drawn

Sport in Argentina
Football for nobody

Asia

The South China Sea

Own shoal

Politics in Malaysia
Regal trouble

Censorship in South Korea
The new black

Indigenous Australians
Ministering to his own

The race for governor in Jakarta
Demolition in progress

Banyan
Goring the law

China

Mental illness
Ending the shame

Lunar new year
Rooster boosters

Middle East and Africa

Syria’s peace talks
Time for someone else to have a go

Arab politics
Who can unblock Morocco?

Israel
Unsettled

Gambia
No Jammeh tomorrow

Air travel
Nigeria makes its capital a no-fly zone

Inheritance in Zimbabwe
Why widows get evicted

Europe

Germany’s Social Democrats
A slim chance of being chancellor

The Koblenz “counter-summit”
We are the alt-world

Italian politics
Matteo Renzi’s rush to elections

France’s presidential election
In the pink

Wife-beating in Russia
Putin’s family values

Charlemagne
Please Mr Erdogan

Britain

Local government
Running on empty

Brexit and Article 50
Supreme judgment

Sinn Fein
A new sort of leader

Industrial strategy
Less is more

Teaching clever children
Russian lessons

Business after Brexit
Leave or Remain?

A property boom in the Shetland Islands
Heading north

Bagehot
A difficult hole


International

Muslim head coverings
What not to wear

Headscarves in Turkey
Under cover


Business

Bridge International Academies
Assembly line

Formula One
Bye-bye, Bernie

Political dating websites
Making America date again

Qualcomm
Until the patents squeak

Food retailing
The big McCustomisation

How to build a nuclear-power plant
Nuclear options

Schumpeter
Overnight sensation


Finance and economics

Sino-American trade
Rules of engagement

The trade-war scenario
Apocalypse now

Dublin as a financial centre
Emerald aisles

Buttonwood
Letting go

Student loans
Grading education

Aid and migrant labour
Ticket to pride

Chinese economic data
Potemkin province

Reinsurance
Daddy long tail

Free exchange
Mad maximum


Science and technology

Physics
Small is still beautiful

The academy and the marketplace
Mathematical transformations

Vehicle engine management
Intelligence test

Regenerative medicine
A tissue of truths


Books and arts

The roots of modern resentment
Enlightenment and its discontents

Istanbul
Where the past is not dead

New fiction
A man in full

Politics and sentiment
Utopia of reason

Sundance
An inconvenient moment


Obituary

Arthur Manuel
Unsettling

Economic and financial indicators

Interactive indicators

Output, prices and jobs

Trade, exchange rates, budget balances and interest rates

The Economist commodity-price index

Perceptions of corruption

Markets






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