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MAY 15TH 2021
Ten million reasons to vaccinate the world
The world this week
Politics this week
Business this week
KAL’s cartoon
Leaders
The pandemic
Vaccinating the world
Our model reveals the true course of the pandemic. Here is what to do next
Israel and the Palestinians
Stopping the cycle
Only negotiations will bring lasting peace
Supply shortages
The bottleneck economy
America’s boom is increasing worries about an inflation scare
British politics
The wrong sort of conservatism
Boris Johnson wants a big state that crimps civil liberties
Corporate-tax dodging
End the contortions
Corporate-tax gymnastics have reached Olympic gold-medal levels. Time for new rules
Letters
Letters to the editor
On Taiwan, Scotland, Spain, suicide, patents, workers, Dickens, the C-suite
Briefing
The covid-19 pandemic
Counting the dead
Covid-19 has led to between 7m and 13m excess deaths worldwide, according to a model built by The Economist
Producing more vaccines
The insufficient miracle
How can the world increase its vaccine supply?
United States
New York’s mayoral race
Uncertainty and the city
Hacking and ransoms
Post-Colonial studies
Homelessness
The Row row
Opioids
The other epidemic
Evictions paused
Shelter in place
Lexington
The kraken is unleashed
The Americas
Post-covid economies
A long way down
Hunger in Brazil
An old scourge returns
Vague addresses
Off the grid
Asia
The pandemic in Asia
Next in line
Indonesian inoculation
Join the (other) queue
Tradition and the law
Endangered hunters
Covid-19 in India
Let them eat dark chocolate
The Korean peninsula
Silent sigh
Banyan
Malé malaise
China
Football
Own goal
Winter Olympics
The puck stops here
Chaguan
Landing ashore
Middle East & Africa
Israel and Palestine
The fire this time
Saudi foreign policy
Prince Charming
Lake Victoria
Finny business
The camel trade
Cloak-and-finger deals
Nigeria’s economy
Stuck in a rut
Europe
France
A revolution and a rematch
Bulgaria
Battling Borisov
Sweden
Green steel
Pandemic tourism in Turkey
Where did everyone go?
Welfare states
Protection racket
Charlemagne
Whatever it took?
Britain
The government
Winning the peace
Voter identification
The end of innocence
Political geography
The Chipping Norton reset
Northern Ireland
Slaughter in Ballymurphy
Scottish elections
Let attrition commence
Second homes
Get out
Pubs and jobs
The hangover
Bagehot
Uneasy rider
International
Truth commissions
The agony of silence
Business
The space business
Elon Musk’s other company
Bartleby
Mothers of invention
Harley-Davidson
Uneasy rider
Lobbying in Europe
Making money and influencing people
Musical plagiarism
Writ parade
Pharmaceuticals and innovation
Less buck for the bang
Schumpeter
Pay and the pandemic
Finance & economics
Inflation
Jump scare?
Buttonwood
Oversold over here
China’s census
Older and wiser
David Swensen
The holly and the ivy
Corporate tax
The big carve-up
Free exchange
When the Inc runs
Science & technology
Recycling
The metals in the car go round and round
Electric motors
Hydrogen de-bonding
Gender medicine
Second thoughts
Botany
Charismatic megaflora
Hypersonic flight
The rockets’ green glare
Books & arts
Politics and fiction
The character arc of justice
Thomas Becket at the British Museum
Murder in the cathedral
Bitter pills
Patrick Radden Keefe traces the roots of America’s opioid epidemic
Booty haul
When Napoleon stole a Venetian masterpiece
Acid test
Rahul Raina’s debut novel is a rollicking urban adventure
Economic & financial indicators
Economic data, commodities and markets
Graphic detail
Fertility
Parks and procreation
Obituary
T.S. Shanbhag
The bookseller of Bangalore
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