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An abundance of activity
Mar 2nd 2011, 21:14 by The Economist online
New York is a vibrant city, teeming with people at all hours. Enjoy the restaurants and the sights, but be wary of its brutal winters
A 3D sensation
Mar 2nd 2011, 17:44 by The Economist online
In this week's programme: the market for tablet computers, Nintendo's new 3DS games console and why Google is changing its search recipe
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The fragile nature of intervention
Mar 2nd 2011, 10:29 by The Economist online
Britain's former ambassador to Libya says any kind of military action would be a last resort in getting rid of Qaddafi
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Richard Lloyd Parry on Japanese justice
Mar 1st 2011, 18:53 by The Economist online
The Tokyo correspondent for the Times discusses his book about the brutal murder of a young British woman in Japan
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No uncertain terms
Mar 1st 2011, 1:51 by The Economist online
In this week's programme - the global impact of expensive oil and the politics of budget wars in America
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We've read them all
Feb 28th 2011, 16:37 by The Economist online
Our books and arts editor discusses the impact of innovation on the world economy, business and government
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No-till agriculture
Feb 25th 2011, 18:23 by The Economist online
Feeding the worlds growing population will require changes to the way we grow things. This might mean leaving the plough behind
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The skeptical chymist
Feb 24th 2011, 18:00 by The Economist online
The inflammatory ills of loneliness, an enzymatic explanation for stuttering and why the alchemists deserve a fair shake
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Enough to go around?
Feb 24th 2011, 17:55 by The Economist online
Amid a global food crisis, John Parker examines what the world can do to ensure that it produces enough food for future generations
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The week ahead
Feb 24th 2011, 17:25 by The Economist online
Oil prices and unrest in the Middle East, the Geneva motor show, a row over America's public-sector unions and a weekend of film awards
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Beyond the regime
Feb 23rd 2011, 17:00 by The Economist online
Tim Niblock, of the University of Exeter, explains the historical background to the crisis and what the future might hold
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A dangerous neighbourhood
Feb 23rd 2011, 16:36 by The Economist online
New Zealand lies along a tumultuous intersection of tectonic plates. "The Shaky Isles" are riven by fault lines
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Under attack
Feb 21st 2011, 17:52 by The Economist online
In this week's programme: geopolitics and the markets, discomfort for bank creditors and a row over the Bank of England's governor
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The shoe-thrower's index
Feb 21st 2011, 10:24 by The Economist online
Using a series of weighted indicators, we try to predict Arab countries' vulnerability to revolution
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Lucy Walker on art and garbage
Feb 20th 2011, 18:00 by The Economist online
The director of "Waste Land", a film about Brazilians who pick recyclables from garbage and the art they create, on finding her subjects
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After Mubarak
Feb 18th 2011, 17:02 by The Economist online
An analyst on Egypt’s future and how the protests sweeping the Arab world stem from different contexts but similar grievances
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On their bikes, again
Feb 18th 2011, 15:04 by The Economist online
The old trauma of emigration will be a big theme at the upcoming Irish election, says Alan Barrett, an economist
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The week ahead
Feb 17th 2011, 17:10 by The Economist online
Uganda and Ireland prepare for elections, the space shuttle Discovery launches for the last time and cricket's World Cup begins in Dhaka
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False alarm
Feb 16th 2011, 16:46 by The Economist online
In this week's programme: fooling sniffer dogs and their handlers, IBM's computer plays "Jeopardy!" and how to deal with GPS jamming
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Only a partial solution
Feb 15th 2011, 16:38 by The Economist online
As Barack Obama presents his draft budget to Congress, our correspondents ask whether the proposal goes far enough
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Turning sour
Feb 15th 2011, 16:37 by The Economist online
As Pakistan's relations with America worsen, Ahmed Rashid, an author and commentator, outlines his fears for his country's future
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Bribes and rumours
Feb 15th 2011, 0:29 by The Economist online
In this week's programme - how business firms should deal with politics and rumours, and why quotas won't fix the gender gap
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Hoarding the spoils of oil
Feb 14th 2011, 20:04 by The Economist online
In Luanda, Angola's capital, fewer than one in ten people have running water but hotels can still cost $400 a night
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John Prendergast on a split Sudan
Feb 11th 2011, 23:54 by The Economist online
China and the US helped bring a peaceful referendum to Sudan, but for different reasons, says the co-founder of The Enough Project
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Camouflage for cuts?
Feb 11th 2011, 17:54 by The Economist online
Our correspondents discuss the progress and prospects of David Cameron's flagship vision for Britain
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