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Does he have what it takes?
The Conservative leader, David Cameron, is still the favourite to be Britain’s next prime minister
Minor explosions
The simmering anger of urban China
Genetic shock
A surprising court ruling in America may loosen the drug industry’s grip on important genes
Great exportations
China overtakes Germany to become the biggest exporter of all
America's economy: Hope at last
The world’s biggest economy has begun a much-needed transition. Barack Obama could do more to help
After the Moscow bombings: Another Russian tragedy
Two horrifying terrorist metro bombings in Moscow, but still there is a need for a new approach to the north Caucasus
America, Russia and arms control: It takes two
Arms cuts get you only so far; a safer world needs tighter anti-proliferation rules too
Japan's failed postal privatisation: Return to sender
The world's biggest bank is handed an unfair advantage
The Vatican: When words fail, again
Why ire over child abuse is unabated
Thailand's political deadlock: Smiling for the cameras
Televised talks lower the temperature
Nigeria's new cabinet: Signs of life
A surprisingly brisk presidential broom
Geely buys Volvo: Status symbol
An obscure Chinese carmaker buys a famous but ailing Swedish one
The Large Hadron Collider: Phew!
The LHC is now operating in earnest
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Art.view: Twisting arms
Reading the tea leaves at New York's Asian Art Week
Buttonwood: Dangerous curve
Government-bond markets enter the twilight zone
Green.view: Climategate’s culture
British MPs are concerned about the way climate scientists have worked, but not about their results
Business.view: The celebrity effect
The magical effect of putting a famous face on a company's board
Europe.view: What's in a name?
It is time for the most tedious dispute in the Balkans to be settled
Tech.view: Cutting the clutter
A wireless replacement for all those pesky power cables
Bagehot : The endgame
Gordon Brown faces disaster and David Cameron triumph—or is it the other way around?
Banyan: Indonesia's place in the global jungle
Its people agree that their democratic country should play a bigger global role; but what?
Charlemagne: Foreign-policy wisdom and folly
Even if it spoke with one voice, how much would Europe really count?
Lexington: The anti-Crist
The newest Republican star is following Barack Obama’s playbook
Schumpeter: The panda has two faces
Doing business in China is no stroll in the people’s park—and never will be
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Europe.view: What's in a name?
China and Rio Tinto: Steel trap
Google and China: Searching questions
Moscow bombings: Terror in Moscow
The pope's popularity: Papal vulnerability
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  4. The pope's popularity: Papal vulnerability
  5. Health reform in America: Signed, sealed, delivered
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