Economist

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Why India’s south confounds the otherwise all-conquering Narendra Modi
Medical marijuana is not the way out of America’s opioid crisis
Missouri’s only abortion clinic loses its licence
Women’s football is flourishing, on the pitch and off it
The world ahead: In the sharenthood
Capuchin monkeys have been using stone tools for around 3,000 years
“Late Night Feelings”, Mark Ronson’s new album, is a delight
“It's frankly sent us all a bit crazy”—how Brexit divided Britons
The opposition’s new star deals Turkey’s president a stinging blow
What would Plato make of Boris Johnson?
South Korea’s left-wing president loses his zeal to humble big business
The American exception
The Ebola response in Congo is running short of money
The improbable careers of Vladimir Putin’s bodyguards
A fly-on-the-wall account of what China tells American bigwigs
California and Texas have different visions for America’s future
Which Democrats can challenge Donald Trump?
Mark Esper looks set to be America’s next defence secretary
China’s grand, gloomy sci-fi is going global
In Argentina, the IMF has been neither toxic nor triumphant
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