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Last 50 tweets from @TheEconomist
Acts as varied as the Breeders, the Jayhawks, Susanna Hoffs and Run-DMC have covered Michael Nesmith’s songs econ.st/2KAmRmm
 
China's state-provided higher education is, for the most part, academic rather than practical. Some institutions have found a vocational niche econ.st/2KLn9XR
Even in China, one-size education does not fit all
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The capital-gains tax was met with little approval, one politician called it an “assault on the Kiwi way of life” econ.st/2Zhk04W
 
A state can only be coup-proofed when it has a broad base of support and power vested in institutions, not individuals econ.st/2ZlNRJQ
 
Alan García was one of several figures caught up in a corruption case convulsing Peru's political life econ.st/2Xpxk5Q
 
One Quebec-born teacher who wears a hijab says the bill makes her feel like "a second-class citizen” econ.st/2Zkc1Ej
Quebec wants to ban public servants from wearing religious clothing
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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” econ.st/2Zttv1g
 
Why are sexually transmitted diseases on the rise in America? econ.st/2ItZh9c
 
Tapirs gravitate towards burned areas of the Amazon. This preference could be harnessed for greater forest regeneration econ.st/2ZnomaG
Do tapirs defecate in the woods?
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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 econ.st/2Xmulee
Sir Roger Scruton and the public square
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Economists reckon that Britain needs to put up 300,000 houses a year to keep house prices in check. It manages half that econ.st/2Kx2xSY
Council housing is making a comeback in Britain
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Few authors lavish attention on places and people as Robert Caro does econ.trib.al/41ZZ0Yn
How Robert Caro does it
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The government and Labour's Brexit wish lists are not wildly different. But political considerations make an agreement unlikely econ.st/2XkGGQ1
The chances of a Brexit deal between Labour and Tories seem small
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Mr García had been investigated for taking bribes in connection with the construction of Lima’s metro econ.st/2XkSKkh
Alan Garca, Perus ex-president, kills himself before being arrested
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History shows the beard isn’t going out of fashion anytime soon econ.st/2Xo1hmu 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” econ.st/2Zj6QVb
The [redacted] Mueller report, and more from our daily podcast
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Teen pregnancy rates have fallen for the tenth consecutive year in Britain, while the conception rate among women aged 40 and over is rising econ.st/2Xp4MJl
Why the middle-aged are replacing teenagers in maternity wards
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Theresa May might still be in 10 Downing Street, but the race to replace her has already begun econ.st/2ZjcHtF
How to become the next prime minister
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Julian Assange is no martyr for press freedom. His dumping of information without redaction was the act of an anarchist, not a journalist econ.st/2Zjod8p
Julian Assanges fate may lie with Sajid Javid
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Both Charles Dickens and William Makepeace Thackeray witnessed the execution of Russell’s killer econ.st/2Xfq0t6
 
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My review for @TheEconomist of the Almeida’s Three Sisters, a play which has much to say to angst-ridden millennials economist.com/prospero/2019/…
 
 
More than 200 university students have died from hazing-related accidents in the United States since 1838 econ.st/2XqDvGJ
Hazing deaths on American college campuses remain far too common
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Da Vinci’s life yielded an endless succession of untested contraptions, unpublished studies and unfinished artworks econ.st/2Gt2iUV
 
Jokowi's likely victory is also thanks to cynical politicking econ.st/2XnLLHd
 
With Jason Kenney's election, Alberta joins a number of other provinces fighting against the carbon tax econ.st/2XpyQov
 
Why Julian Assange should be extradited econ.st/2Gs5kc7
 
Shinzo Abe, Japan’s prime minister, is determined to raise sales taxes econ.st/2GsY939
 
In a country of crusty warlords, Lebanon’s interior minister is challenging stereotypes econ.st/2GrXgI2
Raya al-Hassan takes on Lebanons warlordsand the patriarchy
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Goldman Sachs wants to reinvent itself by focusing on new technology and developing its consumer businesses econ.st/2UD4wcW
 
Notre Dame is a symbol of France's past and present, in all of its glorious contradictions econ.st/2Xpls3D
 
What seems to be a premise taken from the crime-movie playbook—this is essentially a “one last heist” flick—is made surprising econ.st/2Gr5PTw
 
HDFC Bank could have a market value of over $200bn by 2024, Goldman Sachs thinks. That would propel it into the global elite econ.st/2UFtOXN
How HDFC breaks the dismal pattern of Indian banking
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South Africa needs to move from coal to renewables, and from an electricity monopoly to a market-based system econ.st/2Xkjvpe
Sudan and Algeria overthrow despots but not their political systems
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In Accra, the foodies are out in force econ.st/2GsiXYs From @1843mag
 
Africa is churning and Asia is rising. Where does Europe stand in the current geopolitical landscape? econ.st/2XkTLcc
The problem with EU foreign policy
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The years in which Sydney Brenner shared an office with Francis Crick were times of endless talk, of sense and nonsense econ.st/2Gu6DqQ
Obituary: Sydney Brenner died on April 5th
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Mr Kenney promises to bring “tens of thousands of jobs” to Alberta by slashing environmental and labour regulations econ.st/2ZiK8fR
 
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” econ.st/2GsaVz9
 
Even if the Socialists gain 50 seats, as polls suggest they might, Pedro Sánchez will fall short of a majority econ.st/2Zle8Ie
Reading the runes for Spains general election
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A strong majority of New Zealanders opposed the reform, causing the government to drop the proposal econ.st/2ZidbQP
 
Why Tiger Woods’s second-place finish at last year’s PGA Championship was a more impressive performance than his Masters victory econ.st/2XqjSyB
 
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 econ.st/2KLz9bE
 
Big carmakers want to turn a profit producing millions of electric vehicles econ.st/2Gqyok6
 
Researchers had recently conducted a detailed laser scan of Notre Dame. Their data constitute a virtual copy of the building econ.st/2GrQfHu
Rebuilding the cathedral after the blaze
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Voters' enduring support for Jokowi can be partly explained by his sensible policies econ.st/2Zi9N8v
 
 
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