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Last 50 tweets from @TheEconomist
The Bank of England doesn’t know where £50bn of cash is—and doesn’t seem to care. Why?
What’s remarkable about the Asian giant hornet is how little we know about it. @1843mag hunts for the hornet terrorising bee populations in America
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“It really attacks us throughout various stages of our lives.” @audreydenazelle, environmental-policy expert at @imperialcollege, explains the impact that air pollution has on human health. Listen to “Babbage”
They don’t need soil or sunlight
The same actions that threaten ecosystems endanger human health too. The risk is most acute in tropical, biodiverse regions
The parties have promised to produce a coalition agreement, which may run to the length of a short novel, by the end of November
In grabbing power, Lieutenant-General Abdel-Fattah al-Burhan has made an already combustible region even more so
“A year and a half sitting at home thinking…has given people more articulate demands for their employers.” @BetseyStevenson tells our “Checks and Balance” podcast how America arrived at the ‘I quit’ economy
A new wave of economic research focuses on real-world problems and is proving useful in times of crisis
Enter third-wave economics
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The newest social-media sensation has a dark side
In reply to @mariaressa
@MariaRessa, #nobelpeaceprize2021 winner and co-founder of news organisation Rappler, works with Facebook on fact-checking efforts. How should journalism interact with social media? Listen to our “The Economist Asks” podcast
Resistance to a female or black 007 mistakes the kind of character Bond is
Good evening, Ms Bond. Weve been expecting you
Mixed messages and misinformation have put many off. But getting the jab is vital
Her record has earned her support from the progressive wing of the Democratic Party
“In Hong Kong we work like cows. The UK is like a big holiday”
The WHO recently declared that air pollution is the world’s greatest environmental threat to human health. What can cities and governments do to clean up their act? Listen to “Babbage” with @alokjha
Netflix now has about 5m subscribers in the Middle East. Shahid, run by the Saudi-owned MBC, has grown 20-fold since its relaunch last year, to 2m subscribers
Streaming services are helping Arab producers liven up television
Inequality in China is better than it was. But it doesn’t feel that way
Just how Dickensian is China?
Jeff Bezos operated a two-pizza rule at Amazon to limit how many people were in a meeting. The one-jury rule works just as well
How to run better meetings
The fact that they signal proof of ownership could make NFTs useful for financial activities
“Republicans are making a play for working-class Americans on cultural grounds, Democrats have to make a really smart one on economic grounds...pushing unionisation isn’t going to be enough.” On “Checks and Balance” @jonfasman unpicks the labour market
A mild inflationary mindset is slowly infiltrating boardrooms. Firms are weighing how much they can raise prices to compensate for higher costs
Uber Eats realised it could make more money ferrying burgers than people. So will delivery apps kill restaurants or change them forever?
Half of all forced regime changes between 2010 and 2020 resulted in greater authoritarianism and disorder
As Sudans government wobbles, coups are making a comeback
Could solar geoengineering help mitigate some of the warming effects of climate change? Or does it come with its own dangers? Vijay Vaitheeswaran, @catBrahic and Oliver Morton discuss on “To a Lesser Degree”
Uyghur artists and intellectuals are being rounded up, but some of their work escapes
In Xinjiang, officials are trying to stamp out Uyghur identity
Its artists aren’t famous and you can’t buy the records in shops. But KPM’s work can be heard everywhere
KPM Music is one of the most important record labels in history
If you thought men hunted and women gathered, think again
Female stone-age hunters
New research reveals an Italian monk may have written about seafarers’ accounts of the Americas between around 1339 and 1345
A monk in 14th-century Italy wrote about the Americas
Sceptics argue that it could damage other parts of ocean ecosystems, and might even create unwanted side-effects that end up accelerating climate change rather than slowing it
Floating offshore farms should increase production of seaweed
The SWIFT transfer network carried a record $140trn of global transactions over the past year. Impressive—but if its pre-eminence is to last, it must be modernised
As its latest market capitalisation shows, Tesla has more in common with Apple than it does with established car firms. From the archive
Autonomous vehicles are touted as being not just convenient but potentially safer
The hard job of teaching autonomous cars to drive
Three political parties are beginning in earnest negotiations to form Germany’s first coalition government of the post-Angela Merkel era
How will Germanys coalition negotiations work?
On “Babbage”, with @alokjha:
- How can cities and governments tackle air pollution?
- The influence of Occam’s razor on modern science
- Can music be used to communicate with aliens?
Air pollutionare countries doing enough to clean up their act?
Diagnosed cases of covid-19 are currently rising rapidly in the European Union, but high vaccination rates protect against severe disease. See which countries, and regions within them, are experiencing a surge
Tracking the coronavirus across Europe
The Economist Retweeted ·  
Black hair can be a gift. But unfortunately for many, it is also a burden. Conforming to white standards has its costs--to our health, wealth and more.
Had an amazing opportunity to share this story w/ @TheEconomist films. Interested? Watch to learn more!
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If this is the world at 1.1-1.3°C of warming, what would a temperature rise of 2°C or even 3°C look like?
Three degrees of global warming is quite plausible and truly disastrous
Refugees from Hong Kong are swapping skyscrapers for the deprived British seaside town
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