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Rana Foroohar
A midlife crisis takes shape in the US
A country obsessed with youth must grapple with its declining birth rates
Lilia Shevtsova
Bullying Russia yearns to be treated as a great power
Vladimir Putin generates suspense in world affairs like some geopolitical Alfred Hitchcock
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The market is splitting in two, between modern, flexible spaces and older buildings whose value is likely to decline
Elisabeth Braw
Geopolitics spells the demise of the global chief executive
As tensions between rival countries rise, borderless business becomes more difficult
Leo Lewis
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Japan’s Axelspace expected agribusiness interest but companies have spotted another benefit
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UK online harms bill misses fraud’s gateway
The government fudges a pioneering law by excluding digital advertising
Cat Smith
The Tories must reverse course on voter IDs
Requiring photo identification at polling stations would disenfranchise millions of Britons
Pep Guardiola
Pep Guardiola: football’s restless innovator
Manchester City’s Catalan coach has now won nine league titles in three different countries
Misha Glenny
The Colonial Pipeline cyber attack is a warning of worse to come
A plague of ransomware will continue in every sector until the superpowers step in
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The summer of inflation: will central banks and investors hold their nerve?
Rising prices this week have given markets a foretaste of the risks that could lie ahead
Martin Indyk
Can Joe Biden’s ‘pivot’ survive the Israeli-Palestinian crisis?
The president wants the US to be support act, not leader, in the region
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Empty offices on Mondays and Fridays spell trouble
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Boris Johnson must solve Britain’s skills conundrum
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Low inflation cannot be taken for granted
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