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Wednesday May 25th 2011
Alternative medicine
Think yourself better
Dealing with North Korea
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The pursuit of happiness
Israel and America
Chasing the rabbit
Our blogger has doubts about Binyamin Netanyahu's willingness to make "painful compromises"(50)
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3D printing
An image of the future
One of the biggest manufacturers in the world gives 3D printing a go(2)
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The EU's foreign policy
Low ambition for the high representative
Praised in Libya, the EU's foreign-policy chief faces trouble at home(5)
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Brazil's economy
Catching up in a hurry
The north-east is narrowing the gap with the prosperous south(17)
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Not over yet
Protests continue in Syria despite a violent crackdown in which scores more were killed over the weekend(15)
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Feminism and literature
Rage against the sex machine?
What to make of the dust-up over Philip Roth(12)
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South Africa
The ruling party is challenged
For the first time since apartheid ended, voters may give the ANC a fright in South Africa(25)
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Tort reform
Sorry, losers
New efforts to control legal costs could make it scarier to sue(12)
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Myanmar's refugees
Bordering on despair
As Myanmar’s isolation eases, Karen who fled worry they may be forced to return(3)
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Italy's economy
Gloom on the bello paese is well founded as S&P lowers its credit outlook on Italy(19)
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French Impressionism
Brothers in arms
The long perspectives of Gustave and Martial Caillebotte
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Repetitive tasks
Turks of the world, unite!
How spammers and robots exploit human workers on Mechanical Turk
From our blogs
Free exchange on the A-Team, Greece and mud volcanoes
Prospero reimagines Don Giovanni, casting DSK and BHL in the roles of the Don and his sidekick Leporello
Democracy in America is sceptical of Israel's "indefensible borders" argument
On Free exchange our correspondent notes how his reading about books gets in the way of his reading ofbooks
Bagehot looks at a very British driving scandal
Americas view examines the principal source of ecstasy shipments to America
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Leaning libertarian
Gary Johnson's hobbling virtues
The Republican candidate's pragmatic, libertarian-leaning politics leaves freedom-loving conservatives cold
The Republican nomination
Our correspondents discuss the race for the Republican presidential nomination and the pool of flawed candidates vying for the honour
Pictures of sorrow
Libya's black refugees
Weekly quiz
Ten questions on the current edition of The Economist, covering a range of subjects from the mammoth 787 Dreamliner to the tiniest of Germany's Laenders
Georgians in Abkhazia
The plight of the Mingrelians
Ethnic Georgians living in Abkhazia are turning to Russian soldiers for help
A new study argues that poker is a game of skill, not chance.
Money talks
Our correspondents discuss the race to succeed Dominique Strauss-Kahn continues amid a global economic slowdown and the Eurozone crisis
Business travel under the volcano
Iceland, again
Not all eruptions are equal
Why the persistence of Moore's Law puts software companies to the test, Facebook's most recent PR scandal and the Google Chromebook
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Who should lead the IMF?
Economic experts give their opinion on who should replace Dominique Strauss-Kahn
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India and Pakistan: The world's most dangerous border
Barack Obama's speech on the Middle East: 1967 and all that
China and Tibet: Go back to law school
Greece and the euro: Bailing out the bail-out
China and Tibet: No way, Sangay
Pakistan and India: A rivalry that threatens the world
Economist debate: Rebuttal
Israel and Palestine: Those indefensible 1967 borders
Indian, Pakistani and Chinese border disputes: Fantasy frontiers
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