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The Economist

Apr 02 2022
Magazine

The Economist is a global weekly magazine written for those who share an uncommon interest in being well and broadly informed. Each issue explores domestic and international issues, business, finance, current affairs, science, technology and the arts.

Coronavirus data • To 6am GMT March 31st 2022

The world this week

Why Ukraine must win • A decisive victory could transform the security of Europe

Back to the dark ages • The Taliban are shackling half the Afghan population

Here comes the Sunshine State • What America can learn from Florida’s boom

These septic isles • Devolution is making the United Kingdom chronically discontent

This leader is amazing!! #ad • Social influencers are becoming a serious business

Letters

Confidence from the bunker • KYIV

The fifth week of war:

Moving targets • For the moment, Russian forces have given up on Kyiv. What next?

The social experiment • NEW YORK AND WASHINGTON, DC

Seeds of learning • WASHINGTON, DC

Hold the salt • CARLSBAD

Rhetoric v reality • WASHINGTON, DC

Older and wiser? • Views on the war reveal a striking generational divide

The Reverse Roosevelt Doctrine • Joe Biden’s ad-libbed outburst masks his caution in dealing with Vladimir Putin

A lurch to the left • SANTIAGO

Injudicious judges • GUATEMALA CITY

The battle for Brazil • Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is ahead but Jair Bolsonaro is still in the running

No country for young women • The Taliban are pushing females out of public life

Pokémon dough • SEOUL

Roubles in paradise • BANGKOK

Getting closer • WELLINGTON

Out of the frying pan • SINGAPORE

No way back • The invasion of Ukraine has turned Japan definitively against Russia

We need to talk about Ukraine • BEIJING

An old problem • BEIJING

The fire inside • Deciphering a Tibetan pop star’s self-immolation

The dangers of sitting too long • HONG KONG

No checks, no balances • A terrible plane crash prompts a revealing anti-media backlash

The shifting sands of diplomacy • DUBAI, ISTANBUL AND JERUSALEM

Break with the past • MUSCAT

The road not taken • ADDIS ABABA

Red line • ABUJA

The never-ending party • NAIROBI

Last-ditch pitch • BUDAPEST

Can Germany forgo Russian imports? • BERLIN

A bit more of a competition • PARIS

Of bureaucrats and lovers • It will take years for Ukraine to become an EU member. Better start working on it now

So close, so far • BELFAST AND DUBLIN

#Putin’sWar • Ukraine is the most wired country ever to be invaded

The rise of the influencer economy • PARIS

Store wars • Laws and litigation threaten a big source of Apple’s and Google’s profits

Shanghai stops • Lockdowns strike at the heart of China Inc

Outsourcing 2.0 • MUMBAI

Managerial trolleyology • A corporate scandal and a thought experiment teach how not to sack workers

Born to Vin • SINGAPORE

War and wokery • Is cancel culture coming to free trade?

A little help from a friend • NEW YORK

Diversionary tactics • What can Russia do to sell its unwanted oil?

Side channels • MUMBAI

Late to disinflate • Can the Fed pull off an “immaculate disinflation”?

Wounded bear • Under unprecedented sanctions, how is the economy holding up?

Menu costs • WASHINGTON, DC

Before death do us part • WASHINGTON, DC

The once and future king • The dollar’s clout...


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The Economist is a global weekly magazine written for those who share an uncommon interest in being well and broadly informed. Each issue explores domestic and international issues, business, finance, current affairs, science, technology and the arts.

Coronavirus data • To 6am GMT March 31st 2022

The world this week

Why Ukraine must win • A decisive victory could transform the security of Europe

Back to the dark ages • The Taliban are shackling half the Afghan population

Here comes the Sunshine State • What America can learn from Florida’s boom

These septic isles • Devolution is making the United Kingdom chronically discontent

This leader is amazing!! #ad • Social influencers are becoming a serious business

Letters

Confidence from the bunker • KYIV

The fifth week of war:

Moving targets • For the moment, Russian forces have given up on Kyiv. What next?

The social experiment • NEW YORK AND WASHINGTON, DC

Seeds of learning • WASHINGTON, DC

Hold the salt • CARLSBAD

Rhetoric v reality • WASHINGTON, DC

Older and wiser? • Views on the war reveal a striking generational divide

The Reverse Roosevelt Doctrine • Joe Biden’s ad-libbed outburst masks his caution in dealing with Vladimir Putin

A lurch to the left • SANTIAGO

Injudicious judges • GUATEMALA CITY

The battle for Brazil • Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is ahead but Jair Bolsonaro is still in the running

No country for young women • The Taliban are pushing females out of public life

Pokémon dough • SEOUL

Roubles in paradise • BANGKOK

Getting closer • WELLINGTON

Out of the frying pan • SINGAPORE

No way back • The invasion of Ukraine has turned Japan definitively against Russia

We need to talk about Ukraine • BEIJING

An old problem • BEIJING

The fire inside • Deciphering a Tibetan pop star’s self-immolation

The dangers of sitting too long • HONG KONG

No checks, no balances • A terrible plane crash prompts a revealing anti-media backlash

The shifting sands of diplomacy • DUBAI, ISTANBUL AND JERUSALEM

Break with the past • MUSCAT

The road not taken • ADDIS ABABA

Red line • ABUJA

The never-ending party • NAIROBI

Last-ditch pitch • BUDAPEST

Can Germany forgo Russian imports? • BERLIN

A bit more of a competition • PARIS

Of bureaucrats and lovers • It will take years for Ukraine to become an EU member. Better start working on it now

So close, so far • BELFAST AND DUBLIN

#Putin’sWar • Ukraine is the most wired country ever to be invaded

The rise of the influencer economy • PARIS

Store wars • Laws and litigation threaten a big source of Apple’s and Google’s profits

Shanghai stops • Lockdowns strike at the heart of China Inc

Outsourcing 2.0 • MUMBAI

Managerial trolleyology • A corporate scandal and a thought experiment teach how not to sack workers

Born to Vin • SINGAPORE

War and wokery • Is cancel culture coming to free trade?

A little help from a friend • NEW YORK

Diversionary tactics • What can Russia do to sell its unwanted oil?

Side channels • MUMBAI

Late to disinflate • Can the Fed pull off an “immaculate disinflation”?

Wounded bear • Under unprecedented sanctions, how is the economy holding up?

Menu costs • WASHINGTON, DC

Before death do us part • WASHINGTON, DC

The once and future king • The dollar’s clout...


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