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Last 50 tweets from @TheEconomist
What 1989 can teach us about the recent protests in China econ.st/3ug4Eyt
 
A winemaker’s lawsuit against Napa County is about more than sour grapes econ.st/3uzghAV
 
No country that has ever been ruled from Moscow is safe. Those that can forge closer ties with NATO will do so. The only regimes likely to draw closer to Russia in 2023 will be its fellow pariahs, particularly Iran econ.st/3ESE6tj
How Putins war is causing global instability
economist.com
 
The lame-duck session is America’s best chance to honour its obligation to them econ.st/3gVB3Y5
Congress should act now to protect Dreamers
economist.com
 
“A message flashed up saying that my password had just been changed. Then my laptop screen turned grey”. A former Twitter programmer talks to @john_phipps about the Elon Musk takeover econ.st/3Vqxg43
 
Good things come in threes. But we’re greedy and have five econ.st/3OTGJyo
 
Inflation and rising rates mean many future retirees could earn less than they had thought econ.st/3P0blhL
Can you afford to retire?
economist.com
 
 
In 2023 America’s recession will be mild, Europe’s will be deep and Britain’s will be long. Find out more in “The World Ahead” podcast econ.st/3uoVPSS
 
Nearly three-quarters of Americans approve of gay marriage. Yet opposition to the practice, much of it on religious grounds, persists econ.st/3Utwsdv
 
Today’s central bankers hope to enter monetary policy’s hall of fame alongside the giants of the 1980s. Do they have the stomach? econ.st/3H408ec
 
The Economist Retweeted ·  
A feast of hypotheticals in today's SCOTUS hearing pitting free speech against gay rights. It seems the former (or one interpretation thereof) will prevail. My @TheEconomist analysis economist.com/united-states/…
 
A new survey sheds light on the plight of women. Most men are suffering, too econ.st/3gZUWgJ
Life under the Taliban has hit rock bottom
economist.com
 
Former prime minister Gordon Brown proposes rights to health care and housing. Will Sir Keir Starmer agree? econ.st/3F3qtpW
 
 
After a parching summer, reservoirs were depleted—but the outlook for 2023 is more promising econ.st/3XWhGyF
Can hydropower help ease Europes energy crisis?
economist.com
 
Record numbers have left. Between October 2021 and August 2022, almost 200,000 Cubans were caught trying to cross the Mexican border into the United States. Many more will follow in 2023 econ.st/3gIuQyv
Economic hardships mean that Cubans are voting with their feet
economist.com
 
The challenges for the Mekong Review, an independent literary magazine focused on South-East Asia, reflect the political and financial pressures that publishers must grapple with econ.st/3F22V4H
 
Sexual problems can be harbingers of other illnesses, such as diabetes. Erectile dysfunction is up there with smoking and a family history of heart disease as a predictor of heart trouble econ.st/3h0jZA5
Sexual problems can wreck lives. Yet remedies are often simple
economist.com
 
Amazon reviews of scented candles are one unlikely source of data econ.st/3EVvGjv
 
 
As Iran’s government looks for a response to the biggest demonstrations in years, read the anonymous diary of one of the protesters. From 1843 magazine econ.st/3BbknCZ
 
That Republicans got saddled with Herschel Walker is a testament to Donald Trump’s ability to sway the party’s base. We explain why econ.st/3gVBd1P
Who is Herschel Walker?
economist.com
 
There are reasons to think the boat could be rocked, at least for a while econ.st/3Up6JD1
 
What are the prospects for the world economy in 2023? Listen to “The World Ahead” podcast with @tomstandage, @r_shanbhogue and @henry_curr econ.st/3HbUNRO
What are the prospects for the world economy in 2023?
economist.com
 
What’s it like to be inside a company that Elon Musk is taking over? A Twitter engineer speaks to @john_phipps for 1843 magazine econ.st/3H1wtlP
I thought Id been hacked. It turned out Id been fired: tales of a Twitter engineer
economist.com
 
The hotly contested Senate campaign between Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker will enter its final leg in tomorrow’s run-off. The story of how Georgia came to swing is one of growth, diversification and realignment econ.st/3BarUle
How Georgia, once a Republican stronghold, came to swing
economist.com
 
A rise in support for conservative values of religion and tougher rhetoric on crime has coincided with the resurgence of the hard right, influenced by Trumpism and European populism econ.st/3B4G73e
 
European factories are threatened not only by Russian revanchism but also by Uncle Sam’s subsidies. America and Europe are close allies geopolitically. Economically they increasingly look like foe econ.st/3FiqOXc
 
It’s getting increasingly difficult to buy deodorant in New York City. @lizzypeet presses ahead anyway, finding out something about the changing nature of organised crime in America, on “The Intelligence” econ.st/3iAyGub
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A likely reason for the numbers entering the profession is that the job at­tracts women in their 20s and 30s who are seeking a vocational path that has a rela­tively low entry bar and promises a decent salary econ.st/3H39nes
Women are revitalising funeral services in America
economist.com
 
Iran’s authorities have hinted at the abolition of the religious police force in whose custody Mahsa Amini died. But why did her death spark such widespread anger amongst Iranians? econ.st/3gVdRtb
Im the same as Mahsa. And I want my freedom: anger at Irans regime spills onto the streets
economist.com
 
Angola has been at peace for over 20 years, yet there are still more than 1,000 uncleared minefields across the country. Advances in aerial imaging are helping to speed up clearance econ.st/3EPljxy
 
Should a bevy of goals against one weak opponent really change perceptions of a team’s chances at a title? Our study finds that the answer is “yes” econ.st/3Bax0ht
The World Cups group stage bodes well for Morocco and England
economist.com
 
 
Saudiwood is betting big on Arab audiences #WorldAhead econ.st/3VD8pKn
 
Deck the halls: we played these records on repeat in 2022 econ.st/3iwucou
The best albums of 2022
economist.com
 
The rise in youth suicide is part of a broader increase in mental-health problems. This preceded the pandemic but was probably accelerated by it econ.st/3VNRQeo
 
“Combining high-tech and low-tech surveillance” initially made China’s zero-covid strategy successful but it now faces pushback, says Lynette H. Ong, a political science professor, in a guest opinion piece econ.st/3EXV08B
The Chinese government exercises control through local busybodies, explains Lynette H. Ong
economist.com
 
In May Turkey snapped up almost 20 tonnes of gold in one go. India and Qatar are also ravenous. The metal now makes up two-thirds of Uzbekistan’s reserves econ.st/3Fk3po4
Why central banks are stockpiling gold
economist.com
 
American technology firms have shed 88,000 workers this year econ.st/3FshmR6
 
Senegal is out of the World Cup. But @kcsalmon visits one of its wildly successful training academies, finding a full pipeline of future talent, on “The Intelligence” econ.st/3VTm5R6
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“In the political decision-making process, there are not enough people pushing for it.”

@MSCheusgen, Angela Merkel’s former advisor, tells @annemcelvoy that Germany’s defence spending isn’t rising fast enough. Listen to “The Economist Asks” econ.st/3gSw9Lv
 
Tax evasion, too, could become harder to combat econ.st/3XRg2yc
 
One of the heartening outcomes of the midterm elections was that the extremes did badly. This is a good moment to turn the assertion of the moderate centre into a legislative programme econ.st/3VNqmpf
 
 
The Economist Retweeted ·  
Each week I write a “data dispatch” for our weekly Britain newsletter. Now that it’s chilly in Britain, last week I looked at the role that electricity smart meters can play in reducing energy bills. My own meter has made me a hawkish energy saver... (1/5) economist.com/britain/2022/1…
Introducing Blighty, our new Britain newsletter
economist.com
 
Shippers and insurers of Russian crude oil are now subject to a $60-per-barrel price cap. “The Intelligence” asks @r_shanbhogue about how—and for how long—this price cap will work econ.st/3iwSSwZ
 
Of the 85 judges appointed by Joe Biden so far, 64 (or 75%) are women. Nearly a quarter are African­-American; two-­thirds are non­-white. Donald Trump’s appointed judges are mostly male (76%) and white (84%) econ.st/3UqqNow
 
Some say Bible studies are more important econ.st/3EXRNps
 
 
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