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Populism is reshaping our world

From the streets of Turin to Silicon Valley, people power is taking the world by storm. With frustrations rising and the...

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Behind the cover: lifelong learning

Innovation in robotics and artificial intelligence means that workers now need to acquire new skills in order to compete...

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Measuring Inflation

Inflation is common in a modern economy. Shifts in supply and demand for goods and services cause prices to change...

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The Agenda: Minouche Shafik discusses education and inequality

Minouche Shafik, deputy governor of the Bank of England and the next director of the London School of Economics,...

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Kal draws...debt

Countries around the world are grappling with painful national debt. Although it is thought of as a burden, our...

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Will 2017 see the first successful human head transplant? | The Economist

Italian neurosurgeon, Dr Sergio Canavero, believes he can successfully perform the world's first human head transplant in...

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Econ Duel: Fiat Money vs. the Gold Standard

Throughout the 19th century and up until the Great Depression, the gold standard was used in the United States. It was...

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Air pollution is choking out the world's cities

In some cities, it's more dangerous to breathe than smoke cigarettes. Find out more breathtaking facts and figures on the...

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Meet blind photographer Mickel Smithen

Mickel Smithen has been legally blind since he was five years old—but that hasn't stopped him from becoming a published...

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Losing my religion: two ex-Muslims share their experiences

The decision to turn your back on your religion can have huge ramifications. Two women who were shunned by their families...

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Could Marine Le Pen be the next President of France?

Populist movements are on the rise all over Europe—one reason why the French presidential election in 2017 may be a nail-...

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The biggest moment of 2017: Donald Trump's inauguration

On January 20th 2017, the eyes of the world will be on Donald Trump as he takes the oath of office and is sworn in as...

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Adair Turner on debt

The former chairman of Britain's Financial Services Authority and author of the forthcoming book "Between Debt and the...

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The automated delivery race to send drones and robots to you

The automated delivery race is set to grab the public's attention in 2017. Drones in our skies and robots on our...

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Power grab at China’s National Congress

In China, the Communist Party’s 19th National Congress in October 2017 determines who will rule the world’s rising...

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Zimbabwe and Hyperinflation: Who Wants to Be a Trillionaire?

How would you like to pay $417.00 per sheet of toilet paper? ...

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The World in 2017 Top 10 countdown

What will be the top ten stand out moments of 2017? Our countdown of the upcoming year's major stories.
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The fall of Islamic State

The biggest, boldest attempt by a jihadist regime to defy the whole world order will be smashed in 2017. Islamic State is...

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Behind the cover: Theresa Maybe

The government of Theresa May was thrown into disarray this week with the resignation of Britain’s main man in Brussels....

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How fit is the fitness industry?

After the festive season, January is the time to get to the gym and work off the holiday indulgences. Fitness seems to be...

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Advice for incoming UN Secretary-General António Guterres

António Guterres begins work this week as the new Secretary-General of the UN. Former chief of staff to Kofi Annan, Mark...

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Lee Hee-ja and the shrine

Lee Hee-ja's father was a Korean conscript in the Japanese army. She wants to remove her father's name from Tokyo's...

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Brutal vision: the story of Economist Plaza

In 2017 The Economist will move from its home of 52 years to new offices in central London. This is the fascinating story...

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How much time do we spend on our smartphones?

The first-ever iPhone was unveiled by Apple 10 years ago. Since then, just how dependent have smartphone users become?...

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Banning the bomb? America and Russia's nuclear anniversary

On December 8th 1987 American President Ronald Reagan and Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev signed the...

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The year according to KAL

World Hijab Day, the legalisation of same-sex marriage in Finland and the release of the Barbie film: our cartoonist KAL...

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