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Indifference Curves

Think about what restricts your choices when it comes to buying goods and services. Your income is one variable. Prices...

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Consumer Optimization

We live in a world of scarcity. In other words, what we want outweighs what we can attain. Why? Well, we have limited...

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How South Korea should deal with Kim Jong Un

North Korea and its leader Kim Jong Un continue to unsettle world leaders by testing nuclear weapons and long-range...

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Why the melting Arctic matters to us all | The Economist

Donald Trump is pulling America out of the Paris climate agreement. But if nothing is done to reduce greenhouse-gas...

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Ridding the ocean of plastic | The Economist

By 2050 the plastic in the world’s oceans could weigh more than the fish. On World Oceans Day actor Adrian Grenier, and...

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Why do so few of China's LGBT people come out? | The Economist

Being gay in China is still a massive taboo. In fact, only 3% of gay men and 6% of gay women describe themselves as "...

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The Impact Investing Summit

4:40pm Oxford-style debate: This house believes that investors and bankers, not politicians or social movements, are the...

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The conflict in South Sudan | The Economist

1.6 million South Sudanese have fled the country since December 2013, many to the world’s largest refugee camp, in Uganda...

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Jean-Marie Guéhenno’s talking points on running a UN peacekeeping mission

The United Nations deploys over 100,000 personnel across 16 peacekeeping operations. On the International Day of UN...

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Our cartoonist KAL draws...Jared Kushner getting wrapped up with Russia

The long tentacles of the US investigation into the Trump administration's links with Russia have been spreading further...

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Who will decide the outcome of the British election?

It's less than a week until Britain's snap election and Adrian Wooldridge, the Economist's political editor, is on the...

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After a terrorist attack: a survivor’s view on how to move forward

In 2011, Bjorn Ihler survived a horrific terrorist attack in Norway. Since then he’s worked as a peace activist and...

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The North Korean dynasty, in cartoons

Over the past 15 years The Economist has depicted the changing dynamic of North Korea’s leadership, which has gone from...

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How a group of children helped change America's laws on racial discrimination

Gwendolyn Webb has been a civil rights activist since she was 14 years old. She tells us what happened when she took part...

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When Putin met Merkel: drawn by Kal

How does KAL, The Economist's editorial cartoonist, bring to life political encounters? Watch him draw this week's KAL...

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How many countries in the world are fully democratic?

What makes a democracy? Members of the public discuss what constitutes a democratic country, and how many true...

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Our cartoonist KAL draws Macron's election victory in France

After defeating Marine Le Pen in the French elections, Emmanuel Macron may be feeling like a champion. But his biggest...

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The CEO of Lloyd's of London discusses how to run a successful business through diverse thought

Dame Inga Beale is the first openly bisexual chief executive of Lloyd's of London. She's a champion of diversity in the...

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How to win a bid to host the Olympics

Tessa Jowell brought the idea of London hosting the Olympic games to the table. She shares with us her tips on how to win...

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President Trump trips up

President Trump is about to embark on his first foreign trip. Our cartoonist KAL gives his take on how he's been...

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Affirmative Action: Crash Course Government and Politics #32

So we've been talking about civil rights for the last few episodes now, and we're finally going to wrap this discussion...

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10. The Market Process | Introduction to Libertarianism with David Boaz

The knowledge of how markets operate is a cornerstone of libertarian thought. Boaz goes over key concepts in economics...

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3. The Modern Libertarian Revival | Introduction to Libertarianism with David Boaz

Boaz talks about the reemergence of libertarian ideas after the start of the 20th century.
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12. What Big Government Is All About | Introduction to Libertarianism with David Boaz

How does government really work? Boaz talks about special interests, electoral politics, and lobbying.
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1. The Early Roots of Libertarianism | Introduction to Libertarianism with David Boaz

Boaz traces the history of libertarian ideas from the earliest known instances of libertarian thought to the Medieval...

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11. The Seen and the Unseen and International Trade | Introduction to Libertarianism with David Boaz

Boaz discusses Frederic Bastiat's parable of the broken window, with an extended digression about international trade....

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