Print edition
Jul 14th, 2018

Leaders

Voting reform
American democracy’s built-in bias (90)
Security in Africa
Jihad’s new base (5)
Reforming the welfare state
Back to basic liberalism (13)
Electricity in the developing world
Light-bulb moment (2)
Brexit
Just another week in British politics (69)

Letters

On trade, Bernie Sanders, the NHS, gentrification, China, “Jurassic Park”
Letters to the editor

Briefing

Representing Americans
The minority majority

United States

Employment and wages
Labour party
Nuclear weapons
Strange love
The Supreme Court
The arc of justice
Lexington
Trumpectomy

The Americas

Digital media
Yes to a free online press
Inflation in Venezuela
You look a million bolívares
Bello
A second Venezuela?

Asia

Agriculture in India
Slim pickings
Politics in Pakistan
From villain to victim
Kazakhstan
Party on
The cave rescue in Thailand
Spelunky-dory
Banyan
Death of a charlatan

China

Trade conflict
War is peace
Human rights
Freedom for one

Middle East and Africa

Terrorism in Africa
Jihad’s next battleground
Saudi women
Fatwa is a feminist issue
Tourism in Lebanon
The long legs of the law

Europe

France
Jupiter humbled
NATO summit
Tetchy Trump
An interview with Olaf Scholz
After Mutti, Vati?
Dutch bicycles
Can you dig it?
Charlemagne
A nasty whiff

Britain

British politics
In somewhat turmoil
The view from Brussels
Don’t forget the backstop
Oversized and over here
A presidential visit
Englishness and football
Three lions in their hearts
Cave diving
Spelunking’s coming home
Ministerial merry-go-round
The cabinet carousel
Drugs in prison
The policies don’t work
Heatwaves and archaeology
Nothing, beside remains
Bagehot
The art of the possible
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International

Welfare states
Repairing the safety net

Business

WeWork
The capitalist kibbutz
Bartleby
Degrees of separation
The film business
See it before it leaves theatres
Lululemon
Working it out
Douyin v Tencent
Trills and thrills
Technology and law firms
Diligence disrupted
Schumpeter
Life as you know it is IPOver

Finance and economics

Mini-grids and development
Empowering villages
Financing charitable work
Complex and clever
Burgernomics
Watch your BMI
North Korea’s economy
Model workers
Buttonwood
The remains of the day
European banks
Fumbling in the dark
Free exchange
Who’s tit and who’s tat?

Science and technology

Automating cookery
The rise of the robochef
Biometrics
Love the way you walk
Archaeology
The Iceman’s last supper
Agriculture
News from the underground

Books and arts

Separatism in Europe
Brothers in arms
Political geography
Off the map
The badlands of Old Shanghai
Heaven built on hell
American fiction
The big sleep
History as art
Once upon a time in the West

Obituary

Claude Lanzmann
Witness

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