Print edition
Apr 7th, 2018

Leaders

Crime
Solving murder (52)
French strikes
How to stay on track (10)
Data privacy
Copy that (9)
Airlines
Dragons fly (8)
Britain’s gender pay gap
How to narrow it (13)

Letters

Deep sea mining, airlines, Peru, autonomous vehicles, fishing, MPs
Letters to the editor

Briefing

Murder in Latin America
Shining some light

United States

Segregation
Coming apart
Immigration
Be very afraid
State finances
The wisdom of Mr Micawber
Criminal justice
Don’t throw away that key
Blue-collar television
This is us
The media
Out-Foxed
Lexington
Murphy’s luck

Asia

Japan’s sex industry
More smutty than slutty
Politicians in Myanmar
Out of their league
Ancient Eurasian migrations
Steppe sons
Asian media
All lies
Corruption in South Korea
The presidential curse
Banyan
Travel travails

China

Water
A massive diversion
Artificial rain
High hopes

Middle East and Africa

Ethiopian politics
Enter a new hope
Protectionism in Africa
Trump’s other trade war
Municipal finance in Africa
Taxes and taxis
Israel and Gaza
Will it boil over?
Libyan politics
Rushing into a disaster
The queen and the Prophet
Is the caliph a queen?

Europe

Election in Hungary
Orban’s design
Germany’s Heimat politics
Homeland insecurity
French overseas territories
The isle is full of noises
Interrogating Facebook
What do they know?
Reproductive rights in Poland
Forcing the issue
Kemerovo fire
Blaze of indignation
Charlemagne
Orban’s unwitting ally

Britain

The gender pay gap
XY > XX
Transatlantic trade
The elusive art of the deal
Taxing soft drinks
Sweet talk
Foreign takeovers
An embarrassment of riches
Criminal justice
Easter eggsits
Violent crime
London’s bleeding
London’s elections
Bins or Brexit?
Bagehot
The great survivor
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International

Household smoke
How the other half cooks
Wood-burning in Europe
Cosy and deadly

Business

Tesla
Driving to the next circle of hell
The GDPR
The joys of data hygiene
CBS and Viacom
Drama kings
Supermarkets in China
Two Ma race
Semiconductor manufacturers
Shifting silicon
Airlines in China
Now boarding
Takeda and Shire
Foreign advances
Schumpeter
The subscription addiction

Finance and economics

Trade
Blow for blow
The New York Fed
Ringing the bell
Spotify
Play list
Insurance and the gig economy
Your policy is arriving in two minutes
Emerging markets
A new shade
Economics degrees
Name game
Deutsche Bank
Embattled
Free exchange
Truth hurts

Science and technology

African science
Count down
Automotive engineering
The art of reflection
Psychology
Heart and soul
Palaeontology
Eyes of the beholder
Rocket science
East of Eden

Books and arts

American theatre
Animals in captivity
Russian ideology
Getting into their heads
A radical year
Born to be wild
Edward Lear
Sometimes weary, sometimes cheery
Historical fiction from Africa
Continental crossings

Obituary

Winnie Mandela
A dangerous woman

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