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The Economist explains: Why the North Korean economy is growing

Main image:  NORTH KOREA has become increasingly antagonistic over the past year. The tragic death on June 19th of Otto Warmbier, an American student who was held by North Korea for over a year and who subsequently fell into a fatal coma, was only the latest provocation (see ...

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Business this week

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Politics this week

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Still on borrowed time: Two decades after taking over Hong Kong, China is getting tougher

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Banyan: One country in Asia has embraced same-sex marriage. Where’s next?

Print section Print Rubric:  One country in Asia has embraced same-sex marriage. Which will be ...

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Herd it all before: Mongolians prepare to elect a new president

Print section Print Rubric:  Jaded voters prepare to elect a new president ...

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Financial assets, made in China: China enters the big leagues of global markets

Print section Print Rubric:  Index inclusions will force investors to buy Chinese stocks and bonds Print Headline:  Financial assets, made in China Print Fly Title:  ...

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Champions chained: China’s crushing of independent lawyers is a blow to rule of law

Print section Print Rubric:  A crackdown on independent lawyers is a setback for the rule of law in China Print Headline:  ...

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Party rules: China is torturing civil-rights lawyers

Print section Print Rubric:  The interests of the Communist Party take precedence over the rule of law Print Headline:  Rights and wrongs Print Fly Title:  ...

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War by other means: China persuades Panama to break diplomatic ties with Taiwan

Print section Print Rubric:  China persuades Panama to break diplomatic ties with Taiwan Print Headline:  War by other means Print Fly Title:  China v ...

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In praise of pachyderms: Conserve elephants. They hold a scientific mirror up to humans

Print section Print Rubric:  Conserving elephants is worthwhile not only for its own sake, but ...

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Trade policy: How Chinese overcapacity hits American workers

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CO2 emissions

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Daily chart: Around the world, beer consumption is falling

Main image:  THE world appears to have passed peak booze. The volume of alcoholic drinks consumed globally fell by 1.4% in 2016, to 250bn litres, according to IWSR, a research firm. It is the second consecutive year of decline, and only the third since data started to be ...

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Minding his business: Maryland and the District of Columbia sue Donald Trump

Main image:  AMERICA’S constitution is the world’s oldest. At 7,762 words, it is also one of the slimmest. Yet over the course of 228 years, no court has had occasion to weigh in on the meaning of two so-called “emoluments” clauses in America’s founding document. One says ...

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Politics this week

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We’ve got the power: Big business sees the promise of clean energy

Print section Print Rubric:  President Trump may not see the promise of clean energy. A lot of ...

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Schumpeter: Chinese companies’ weak record on foreign deals

Print section Print Rubric:  Chinese companies have a weak record abroad. They must do better ...

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Egg on the face of the Chairman: Obituary: Yu Zhijian died on March 30th

Print section Print Rubric:  Yu Zhijian, defiler of Mao’s portrait during the protests in Tiananmen Square, died on March 30th, aged 53 Print Headline:  One in the eye for the Chairman Print Fly ...

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Lexington: How the China-North Korea equation is changing

Print section Print Rubric:  America’s message to China: either you stop North Korea building nuclear missiles, or we will Print Headline:  Clear and present danger Print Fly Title:  ...

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Banyan: Will China fill the vacuum left by America?

Print section Print Rubric:  America is creating a vacuum in global leadership. Does China really want to fill it? Print Headline:  Still shy of the world stage Print Fly Title:  ...

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All that’s fit to print: A Chinese magazine fights a battle royal

Print section Print Rubric:  Two bitter fights put the spotlight on an influential magazine ...

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Awaking with Brics: Four BRICs don’t quite make a wall

Print section Print Rubric:  The big four developing economies emerge from a bad dream ...

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An impossible task: James Mattis tries to reassure Asian allies about Donald Trump

Main image:  DONALD TRUMP’S America still stands by allies in Asia and Europe, ...

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The Economist explains: What a new agreement means for the South China Sea

Main image:  THE long-running dispute between China and its rivals in the ...

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