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 The Economist (20200829)

Title: The Economist [Fri, 28 Aug 2020]
Format: pdf, epub, azw3, mobi | Size: 38.92 MB | Author: calibre
Language: English | Year: 2020 | Total pages: 251

ISBN Number: N/A

Description: Articles in this issue: Politics this week Business this week KAL's cartoon Russia: What Putin fears Dementia: The forgotten problem Mexico: How not to handle a scandal Hollywood and China: Un-American activities Covid-19 and mental health: A world of trauma Letters to the editor: On Kamala Harris, vaccines, fishing rights, postmen, IPOs, Boris Johnson, TikTok Belarus and Russia: The people lose patience Natural disasters: The condor's cry QAnon: On and on Guo Wengui and Steve Bannon: Cognitive dissidents More trouble in Wisconsin: A summer of fury Sparring for the Senate: Kennedy fatigue? Back to school: Learning and covid Covid-19 in schools: Don't blame the children Lexington: Hail to the king Mexico: Bombshells on board Sibling storms in the Caribbean: Storms Marco and Laura strike the Caribbean Japanese politics: After Abe The Christchurch massacre: Dignity in the face of depravity North Korea's economy: Self-strangulation Catering in the time of covid-19: Grounded beef Banyan: Tough, but incompetent Podcasting: Listening in Matronymics: In the name of the mother Chaguan: System, heal thyself Mozambique: More misery, few answers Migration: Cheques don't check treks Nollywood and the pandemic: Time to sharpen up The Palestinians: Very brief holidays in the sun Islam and dogs: Bone of contention Germany's refugee influx: Did they handle it? Green-fingered Bulgarians: Constant gardeners Montenegro's election: Not very Christian French higher education: Saclay sacré Charlemagne: The Pampers index Housing: Generation rent grows up Fading Sinophilia: Flying dragon, passing fashion The Labour Party: Middle-class hero Politics and music: Last fight of the Proms The hospitality business: Turning the tables Books: The old stories School uniforms: The new school tie Bagehot: Learning German Mental health: The common tragedy Dementia: The perils of oblivion The science: Plaque blues Care: God's waiting rooms Going abroad: The last resort Financing care: Alms for oblivion Ethics: Still human Hollywood and China: Red carpet German blue chips: Ascend and deliver Health care: Left to their own devices Energy utilities: Lit Bribery: A closer look at greasy palms Palantir Technologies: A prickly patriot Schumpeter: For your eyes only Stock exchanges: Big fish King of the hill: Ant Group IPO filing shows its might Phil Hogan: Exit bruiser Norges Bank: An expensive dream Lebanon's insurers: Broken cover Housing in Seoul: The high-rise life Buttonwood: Pinky v Blinky Free exchange: Razing hopes Greenback dominance: Buck up Automation: Walking with robots Covid-19: Trials and tribulations Body art: The new ink masters Elena Ferrante's new novel: The second sex The Freemasons: Inside the Lodge Pop music: Send for "Help!" Economic data, commodities and markets Vaccination: A first-world problem Marvin Creamer: Wind, sea and stars Global news and current affairs from a European perspective. Best downloaded on Friday mornings (GMT)

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