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May 20th, 2017

Leaders

The legacy of the six-day war of 1967
Why Israel needs a Palestinian state (448)
The Trump presidency
Wise counsel (22)
The WannaCry attack
The worm that turned (16)
Fentanyl
The latest scourge (23)
Racial preferences in Malaysia
Deformative action (11)

Letters

On dying, money supply, Puerto Rico, James Comey, Britain
Letters to the editor (1)

Briefing

Synthetic drugs
Expanding universe (11)

United States

Donald Trump and the law
Deep breath, America (523)
President Trump’s travels
What could possibly go wrong? (61)
Western politics
A lady called Montana (5)
Prisoners and jobs
Going straight (5)
Illinois’s troubles
The Midwest’s basket case (17)
George Soros
Public Enemy Number 1 (50)
Lexington
Donald Trump, man of God (228)

The Americas

Colombia
Winning the peace (3)
Brazilian politics
A very meaty scandal (41)
Reporter, poet, RIP
A journalist slain (1)
Bello
Ecuador waits for Lenín (5)

Asia

Racial preferences in Malaysia
Malays on the march (41)
Law enforcement in Japan
Petty officers (6)
Lèse-majesté in Thailand
Don’t mention the crop top (6)
Shark attacks in Australia
Fatal shore (12)
Pensions in Taiwan
Superannuated (4)

China

Third-tier cities
The glitter of bronze (6)
Urban development
Hollowed-out hutong (2)
Banyan
Gliding towards the congress (14)

Middle East and Africa

South Africa
Boo-er war (9)
Race and class
Blurring the rainbow (32)
Ivory Coast
Moneygrubbing mutineers (3)
Human rights in the Middle East
Hack me if you can (1)
Corruption in Tunisia
To forgive is divine (2)

Europe

Spain’s fractured left
Cracking under pressure (4)
Roman monuments
Gladiator fight (4)
Purging Turkey’s judiciary
Empty benches (18)
France’s new government
Appointed with care (4)
Extremism in the Bundeswehr
Asylum sneaker (12)
Charlemagne
Turning people Swedish (71)

Britain

Election manifestos
The state is back (20)
Immigration
A promise worth breaking (25)
Education and social mobility
Old school Britain Only (5)
Tax
Let me tell you how it will be Britain Only
Social care
A death tax by another name (25)
Nationalising industries
Ministers as managers Britain Only (7)
The campaigns
Speakers’ Corner (1)
Bagehot
Labour is unfit even to lose (32)
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International

Making government work
When nudge comes to shove (21)

Business

Consumer products
Is Coke it? (33)
Airline security
Carry on working (2)
BHP
From Broken Hill to break up (1)
Apple in China
App wars (14)
Veolia
The survivor (1)
Corporate lobbying
Doorway to profit (2)
Music formats
Vinyl gets its groove back (11)
Toshiba’s chip blues
Blue-chip chip blues (1)
Indian cinema
Routine update (4)
Schumpeter
Good chemistry (2)

Finance and economics

OPEC policy
Know thy enemy (8)
Buttonwood
All quiet on the risky front (7)
Lloyds Banking Group
Horse sense (1)
Crowd-funding startups
Placing trades (4)
Investing in coins
Old money (2)
Crypto-currencies
New money (6)
America’s new trade representative
The negotiator (1)
Accounting rules for insurers
Comparing like with like (3)
Free exchange
A political economy (14)

Science and technology

Cyber-crime
Electronic bandits (7)
Cyber-security
The exploits of bug hunters (1)
Solar power
Does light equal enlightenment? (11)
Clean water
Parsing gas (3)
The value of old egg collections
Evolutionary warblings (1)

Books and arts

Contemporary art
Stitch-up (3)
Financial crises
Secret agents (7)
A memoir of Africa
Love and adventure (1)
Essays from Australia
The bard of the beach-front
Fiction
The coast of Utopia (2)
Corrections: "Mr Big" and "Hit and misspeak" (1)

Obituary

Miriam Rodríguez Martínez
A voice for the missing (86)

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