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Kim Jong won | The Economist

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Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump could have pulled off the unthinkable—a denuclearised North Korea. But as our cartoonist Kal imagines, things could spin badly out of control for the American President

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Should we tax the rich more? | The Economist

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Taxation is necessary in order to provide public services like roads, education and health care. But as the world's elderly population grows, and the demand for public services increases, countries will need to reassess how they tax. Where should the money come from?

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A minute to change the world contest | The Economist

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What is the one thing you would change to build a more open world—and how would you go about it? Tell us your answer in a 60 second video with #OpenFuture

Your video can be as simple or creative as you like—just be persuasive. The judges will be looking for the most convincing argument.

Sexism and the English language | The Economist

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Sexism is rife in language. A woman may be described as “bossy”, while a man is more likely to be “assertive”. The Economist's language expert Lane Greene explores the gender stereotypes used in everyday speech.

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Can a cure for diabetes be found through surgery? | The Economist

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Diabetes is the fastest growing health crisis of our time. Could a common surgical procedure bolster hopes of finding a cure?

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Can technology save the rarest creatures on the planet? | The Economist

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A "Facebook for fish" is being used to try and save the critically-endangered Giant Sea Bass. This is just one of the pioneering experiments being carried out by marine biologist, Douglas McCauley, in his mission to protect ocean life.

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