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Last 50 tweets from @TheEconomist
The simple life doesn’t mean fun. It means an awful lot of washing up From @1843mag
The death of nostalgia
In the Balkans, low levels of trust in the government mean that many people believe officials are lying about there even being a virus
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Several polls conducted in June showed Scots favouring independence, the first time that a sustained lead for independence has been seen
How the Scottish National Party risks turning Caledonia into Catalonia
On “The World Ahead” podcast, travel to the year 2050 with @guyscriven and @catBrahic as they imagine a scenario where carbon removal is the new Big Oil
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You can play bingo with drag queens in Moscow, dance in gay bars in Nairobi (where gay sex is still illegal) and use gay hook-up apps in Beijing. Even in remote places, smartphones help teenagers discover that they are not alone.…
As more gay people come out, tolerance will spread
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Texas is getting pretty high on our index of how likely your vote is to change the outcome of the election (more on this next week):…
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What springs to mind when you think of Hunan? Rice (China's largest producer) ✅ Home of Mao Zedong ✅ And Liu Shaoqi ✅ But also: China's best-loved television shows. My story this week on how it keeps churning out hits…
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In the past few weeks I've noticed a lot more tea-pots on tables in Johannesburg restaurants. Here's why...…
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One million and not counting. Our story on the spread of covid-19 in Africa as the continent reports 1m cases.…
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Let me preface this by saying that there's still much we don't know about the Beirut disaster. What ignited the ammonium nitrate stockpile? (Lots of rumors, no concrete answers.) Who kept it at the port for years? Who stood to benefit from it?
Spain now has 3,086 km of high-speed rail lines, second only to China. But, per kilometer of track, there are less than a third as many passengers as in France
Spains high-speed trains are poor value
Genoa's famous bridge suddenly collapsed two years ago, killing 43 people
Genoa bridge reopens
Like so much extremist culture, the alt-right's claim to floral designs developed from a confluence of internet jokes and memes From @1843mag
French and German government bodies accept the idea of "institutional racism", but deny it describes them
American ideas about racism are influencing Europe
Turkey's parliament has adopted a law designed to force companies such as Facebook and Twitter to comply with the country's requests to remove content
Turkeys president cracks down on social media
Germans have swapped beloved southern European hotels, bars and restaurants for coasts, mountains and forests at home
Germans learn to love the staycation
Some teenagers use the internet to upload coming-out videos, or to share the news on social networks like Instagram
How the internet is changing the experience of coming out
The warlords who wrecked Lebanon in the civil war are now the politicians who steal from it
The scheme introduces new battle-lines in Britain's planning system. Fights over how councils will draw up zones are likely
Germany is the engine of Europe’s economy. On our latest “Money Talks” podcast, The Economist’s @vahavb explains why coronavirus is a spanner in the works
The ancient Greeks believed that watching theatre could heal society. Amid the pandemic, thousands gathered for a symbolic performance of a Greek tragedy From @1843mag
A Greek tragedy purges the plague
Google’s data show that people are persisting with home activities they picked up months ago
Even as universities have thrived, productivity growth in rich-country economies has fallen
A new AI language model generates poetry and prose
The Big Mac index makes exchange-rate theory more digestible
The Big Mac index
Lee Child has no regrets about retiring. He doesn’t even like Jack Reacher that much From @1843mag
In lockdown with Lee Child
For months Lebanon has been mired in a debilitating economic crisis. But all officials have done is argue over how severe it is
Podcasting is still a nascent scene in the Middle East, but it carries growing weight among its audience
A Jordanian podcast is exploring the regions taboo subjects
Uniqlo’s fleeces have barely changed in 20 years. How has the company sold so many? From @1843mag
The United Nations of Uniqlo
Some 59% of Republican voters have a negative view of colleges; just 18% of Democrats do
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Philosophical ideas about racism used to flow westwards across the Atlantic. Now, the opposite is true
American ideas about racism are influencing Europe
The end of the grand fantasy: restaurant dining may never be the same again From @1843mag
“It’s a perennially negligent government, and this is a catastrophic example of that.” On “The Intelligence” @glcarlstrom reports from Beirut on its avoidable tragedy
Among the buildings destroyed was Lebanon’s main grain silo, leaving the country with less than a month’s supply of wheat
Germany is the engine of Europe’s economy. On our latest “Money Talks” podcast, The Economist’s @vahavb explains why coronavirus is a spanner in the works
It was clear that Lebanon's government was in desperate need of reform even before the explosion that shattered the capital
A big blast should lead to big change in Lebanon
Searches for “dumbbell” and “Strava”, a workout app, remain more than 60% above the usual level, despite gyms reopening
Covid-19 seems to have changed lifestyles for good
A garment once associated with golfing seniors and barbecue dads now wraps the bodies of American militiamen chafing for a second civil war From @1843mag
How white nationalists hijacked the Hawaiian shirt
Who are the creators that will be impacted by India's ban on TikTok? Last year @1843mag met one of them
This Indian TikTok star wants you to know his name
For universities, covid-19 will be disastrous. But it also presents them with a chance to transform how they operate
Outside wartime, few explosions compare to the blast in Beirut. It was so powerful that it was heard in Cyprus, 150 miles away
The Beirut blast is the latest tragedy linked to ammonium nitrate
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