Monday February 2nd 2009
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The Senate prepares to debate Barack Obama's stimulus bill. What will Republicans do?
The Senate considers Barack Obama's plans to boost America's economy, and other news
Nervous and hopeful, Iraqis vote in provincial elections on Saturday
Public debt soars as governments battle financial crisis and recession. Will fiscal firepower work?
Human capital and the crisis: Swinging the axe
Job-cutting has begun in earnest. Will the axe be wielded wisely?
Denmark and the euro: Nordic nerves
Danes ponder joining the euro, Icelanders wish they could
Quiz: Well red
Our new weekly quiz on the current edition of The Economist
Correspondent's diary: A commuter's life, day one
Getting from one place to another in four cities
Tidal power: Green on green
Environmentalists square up over an ambitious tidal power plan
Biomimetic materials: Does even more than a spider can
How to make something useful out of spider silk
The perils of directed solutions
An opportunity in the dividend-swap market
London’s other names, and what they say about Britain’s recent history
A rare Lucio Fontana comes up for sale
Will America's “network power” trump the “Asian century”?
A great French collection goes on the block
Can Davos Man save capitalism?
Bank incentives are all wrong
Europeans fret that this year will be the trickiest so far for dealing with Iran
An oligarch buys influence for a pound
Can a wrecked party with a toxic brand make a difference? Mitch McConnell thinks so
Which blue chips will remain cerulean?
The president's new phone is no lightweight
Over the past five days
Over the past seven days
Over the past three days
Tom Daschle's tax problems
Readers respond to Olivier Blanchard
A rather different in-flight video
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Big government fights back
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