Economist

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China’s thin-skinned online nationalists want to be both loved and feared by the West
Which countries dominate the world’s dinner tables?
Now Donald Trump calls the Fed’s chairman an “enemy”
What is the recipe for the restaurant of the future?
Hong Kong’s protest movement will not back down empty-handed
How robotic furniture will improve our lives
“China’s actions have had potentially very damaging consequences”—Beijing clips Cathay Pacific’s wings
The writers breathing fresh life into Ugandan literature
Forest fires in the Amazon blacken the sun in São Paulo
Boris Johnson’s German and French dealings
When India’s government abuses power, the media cheer
Greenlanders say Donald Trump should have asked them first
Boeing’s troubles cost the aerospace industry $4bn a quarter
America has half a million fewer jobs than previously thought
Donald Trump’s hardline immigration policies face court challenges
What companies are for, Italy’s political crisis and profiting from Pinot Noir
Why China’s assault on Cathay Pacific should scare all foreign firms
On Hong Kong, China should retreat to advance
The poor, who most need insurance, are least likely to have it
What explains Donald Trump’s war on late-term abortions?
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