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Predictions 2011
Welcome to the World in 2011
World in 2011 editor, Daniel Franklin, looks ahead at a year that will delight numerologists, produce striking examples of the power of technology and other predictions in the 25th edition of The World In. (2)
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The World in 2011 in multimedia
Bill Clinton, Steven Chu and K'naan join people from across the world—and Antarctica—to offer their thoughts on what might happen in 2011 More »
Cassandra
Our Cassandra blog accompanies The World in 2011, our almanac of predictions for the year ahead. The blog is named after the mythological Cassandra, who was cursed by Apollo to make prophecies that were accurate, but disbelieved More »
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The Incadescent lightbulb
The incandescent lightbulb is going out all over Europe and beyond
 
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Calendar 2011
Our selection of events around the world More »
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Every year we make our predictions about the year to come. See where we were right, and where we were wrong
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World in Figures
 
The Economist Intelligence Unit looks at the The World in 2011 in figures by country and industry
  
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World population
The seventh billion
The planet's population is hurtling towards 7 billion. But its growth will start to slow
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  7. Immigration reform: The demographic politics of immigration
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