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The Economist : international
26  septembre     19h42
States are becoming more brazen about killing foes abroad
   Some countries are finding new justifications for political murders
19  septembre     17h09
Meet the world’s new arms dealers
   Where to buy drones, fighters and tanks on the cheap
12  septembre     17h29
Are Ukraine’s tactics working?
   Slow progress on the battlefield prompts quarrels over strategy
06  septembre     19h11
The growing global movement to restrain house prices
   From America to New Zealand YIMBYs push market led solutions
29  août     19h54
A new nuclear arms race looms
   It will be harder to stop than the contest of the cold war
22  août     15h39
Reassessing Obama’s biggest mistake
   How much was his red line in Syria to blame for America’s lost credibility
17  août     13h33
The BRICS bloc is riven with tensions
   China’s plan to expand the club reveals the contradictions at its core
04  août     16h09
What Ukraine’s bloody battlefield is teaching medics
   Western armies have not dealt with mass casualties since the s
03  août     16h16
Western values are steadily diverging from the rest of the world’s
   People’s principles were expected to align as countries got richer. What happened
27  juillet     11h17
The Ukrainian army commits new forces in a big southward push
   After eight of weeks of slow progress, it is trying to revive its counter offensive
Russia is attacking Ukraine’s agricultural exports
   It is blowing up both the facilities used to ship food out and the deal that grants it safe passage
25  juillet     18h48
Is Ukraine’s offensive stalling?
   A breakthrough remains possible, but it will take time
19  juillet     17h59
What if China and India became friends?
   Setting aside their border dispute could transform their relationship and geopolitics
11  juillet     15h24
What would Europe do if Trump won?
   Even as NATO meets, Europeans are exploring a plan B
02  juillet     17h28
NATO is drafting new plans to defend Europe
   They look set to be approved at a crucial summit in Vilnius
21  juin     20h32
NATO is agonising over whether to let Ukraine join
   America is not keen for the country to enter the alliance yet
12  juin     19h19
India’s diaspora is bigger and more influential than any in history
   Adobe, Britain and Chanel are all run by people with Indian roots
08  juin     13h48
Should you send your children to private school?
   As shortcuts to elite universities, American schools work better than British ones
29  mai     17h48
The speech police are coming for social media
   Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are in the firing line
23  mai     20h00
The cost of the global arms race
   What a war tax means for the global economy
15  mai     19h59
Europe can’t decide how to unplug from China
   We calculate the continent’s exposure to the Asian power
09  mai     18h53
After 12 years of blood, Assad’s Syria rejoins the Arab League
   One of the st century’s worst war criminals makes a comeback
02  mai     20h15
The 2023 crony-capitalism index
   War, tech woes and cock ups have pummelled certain plutocrats
24  avril     18h31
How the war split the mafia
   It has transformed crime not only in Russia and Ukraine, but around the world
17  avril     18h30
The world’s deadliest war last year wasn’t in Ukraine
   Sudan is not a one off. There’s a disturbing resurgence in civil wars
11  avril     20h45
How to survive a superpower split
   We analyse the crafty countries that don’t want to pick sides
03  avril     19h35
Was your degree really worth it?
   Crunching the puny financial benefits of many university courses
29  mars     17h46
Which will grow faster: India or Indonesia?
   Both countries are pioneering new ways to get rich in a troubled world
21  mars     11h12
How the Iraq war bent America’s army out of shape
   As it exhausted itself battling insurgents, China re armed
19  mars     12h56
What does Xi Jinping want from Vladimir Putin?
   Big questions loomed behind the Chinese leader’s trip to Moscow
14  mars     21h11
Russia’s friends are a motley and shrinking crew
   They are a coalition of the failing; the Soviet Remembrance Society; and a gang of opportunists
08  mars     18h37
Emmanuel Macron’s vision of a more muscular Europe is coming true
   But his allies disagree on its strategies and goals
27  février     19h48
The biggest obstacle to saving rainforests is lawlessness
   Until that is tackled, nothing else will work
22  février     21h19
You will always be 0% prepared : Ukraine’s refugees on life far from home
   Interviews with some of those forced to leave following Russia’s invasion
Ukrainian refugees remain in limbo
   A year after the invasion, some are desperate to return. Others are putting down new roots
16  février     15h33
Throughout the rich world, the young are falling out of love with cars
   That could have big political ramifications
09  février     14h25
How a tide of tech money is transforming charity
   The new philanthropists are young, impatient and in a hurry
26  janvier     14h51
Most children in poor countries are being failed by their schools
   Having teachers follow pre baked lessons could help
15  janvier     16h29
Open-source intelligence is piercing the fog of war in Ukraine
   Social media posts and satellite imagery provide a torrent of data, but can overwhelm and confuse
12  janvier     15h08
The age of the grandparent has arrived
   The ratio of grandparents to children is higher than ever before. That has big consequences
02  janvier     18h56
The death of Pope Benedict removes a problem for liberal Catholics
   But the battle over the church’s future goes on
01  janvier     20h27
Politics will move further to the left in 2023
   But there is little appetite for radical change
31  décembre     10h35
Pope Benedict XVI was an iron fist in a white glove
   The first pope to resign voluntarily died on December st, aged
15  décembre     14h10
The pandemic’s indirect effects on small children could last a lifetime
   Shuttered nurseries, sick parents and empty plates all harm the very young
08  décembre     14h45
China’s deep-water fishing fleet is the world’s most rapacious
   Even in a notoriously murky industry, it stands out
01  décembre     15h08
The taboos around sexual health are weakening
   That is good, for more people than you think
24  novembre     11h11
Should rich countries pay for climate damage in poor ones?
   That question dominated this year’s big climate summit
17  novembre     14h55
The Qatar World Cup shows how football is changing
   A tide of new money will drive big changes for the world’s favourite sport
11  novembre     19h00
The world’s population has reached 8bn. Don’t panic
   Fears of overpopulation and underpopulation are both overblown
08  novembre     21h33
Donors are already mulling a Marshall Plan for Ukraine
   The time to think about reconstruction is long before the fighting ends