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Acts as varied as the Breeders, the Jayhawks, Susanna Hoffs and Run-DMC have covered Michael Nesmith’s songs
China's state-provided higher education is, for the most part, academic rather than practical. Some institutions have found a vocational niche
Even in China, one-size education does not fit all
The capital-gains tax was met with little approval, one politician called it an “assault on the Kiwi way of life”
A state can only be coup-proofed when it has a broad base of support and power vested in institutions, not individuals
Alan García was one of several figures caught up in a corruption case convulsing Peru's political life
One Quebec-born teacher who wears a hijab says the bill makes her feel like "a second-class citizen”
Quebec wants to ban public servants from wearing religious clothing
Politicians have dabbled in comedy for decades, but comedians who take up politics are an increasingly potent force. Our news editor @CockettRichard looks at comedy as populist weaponry around the world, in “The Intelligence”
Why are sexually transmitted diseases on the rise in America?
Tapirs gravitate towards burned areas of the Amazon. This preference could be harnessed for greater forest regeneration
Do tapirs defecate in the woods?
The health of public life depends on a willingness to recognise people's talents and forgive their foibles. The British have taken to doing the opposite
Sir Roger Scruton and the public square
Economists reckon that Britain needs to put up 300,000 houses a year to keep house prices in check. It manages half that
Council housing is making a comeback in Britain
The Economist Retweeted ·  
Few authors lavish attention on places and people as Robert Caro does
How Robert Caro does it
The government and Labour's Brexit wish lists are not wildly different. But political considerations make an agreement unlikely
The chances of a Brexit deal between Labour and Tories seem small
Mr García had been investigated for taking bribes in connection with the construction of Lima’s metro
Alan Garca, Perus ex-president, kills himself before being arrested
History shows the beard isn’t going out of fashion anytime soon From @1843mag
Today Robert Mueller’s report will be published—mostly. It’s the parts that won’t be released that will cause the most fuss, says our US editor @JohnPrideaux, in “The Intelligence”
The [redacted] Mueller report, and more from our daily podcast
Teen pregnancy rates have fallen for the tenth consecutive year in Britain, while the conception rate among women aged 40 and over is rising
Why the middle-aged are replacing teenagers in maternity wards
Theresa May might still be in 10 Downing Street, but the race to replace her has already begun
How to become the next prime minister
Julian Assange is no martyr for press freedom. His dumping of information without redaction was the act of an anarchist, not a journalist
Julian Assanges fate may lie with Sajid Javid
Both Charles Dickens and William Makepeace Thackeray witnessed the execution of Russell’s killer
The Economist Retweeted ·  
My review for @TheEconomist of the Almeida’s Three Sisters, a play which has much to say to angst-ridden millennials…
More than 200 university students have died from hazing-related accidents in the United States since 1838
Hazing deaths on American college campuses remain far too common
Da Vinci’s life yielded an endless succession of untested contraptions, unpublished studies and unfinished artworks
Jokowi's likely victory is also thanks to cynical politicking
With Jason Kenney's election, Alberta joins a number of other provinces fighting against the carbon tax
Why Julian Assange should be extradited
Shinzo Abe, Japan’s prime minister, is determined to raise sales taxes
In a country of crusty warlords, Lebanon’s interior minister is challenging stereotypes
Raya al-Hassan takes on Lebanons warlordsand the patriarchy
Goldman Sachs wants to reinvent itself by focusing on new technology and developing its consumer businesses
Notre Dame is a symbol of France's past and present, in all of its glorious contradictions
What seems to be a premise taken from the crime-movie playbook—this is essentially a “one last heist” flick—is made surprising
HDFC Bank could have a market value of over $200bn by 2024, Goldman Sachs thinks. That would propel it into the global elite
How HDFC breaks the dismal pattern of Indian banking
South Africa needs to move from coal to renewables, and from an electricity monopoly to a market-based system
Sudan and Algeria overthrow despots but not their political systems
In Accra, the foodies are out in force From @1843mag
Africa is churning and Asia is rising. Where does Europe stand in the current geopolitical landscape?
The problem with EU foreign policy
The years in which Sydney Brenner shared an office with Francis Crick were times of endless talk, of sense and nonsense
Obituary: Sydney Brenner died on April 5th
Mr Kenney promises to bring “tens of thousands of jobs” to Alberta by slashing environmental and labour regulations
How short is collective memory when it comes to natural disasters? A group of researchers in the Czech Republic have come up with some surprising results. @lfspinney tells @kncukier about them, in “Babbage”
Even if the Socialists gain 50 seats, as polls suggest they might, Pedro Sánchez will fall short of a majority
Reading the runes for Spains general election
A strong majority of New Zealanders opposed the reform, causing the government to drop the proposal
Why Tiger Woods’s second-place finish at last year’s PGA Championship was a more impressive performance than his Masters victory
Sexual harassment is common in industries where a small number of men hold a lot of arbitrary power over women
The ECB is going through a changing of the guard. Its hard-won credibility needs to be protected
Big carmakers want to turn a profit producing millions of electric vehicles
Researchers had recently conducted a detailed laser scan of Notre Dame. Their data constitute a virtual copy of the building
Rebuilding the cathedral after the blaze
Voters' enduring support for Jokowi can be partly explained by his sensible policies
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