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Current edition Mar 29th Rise of the robots. More editionsSubscribe. The world this week. Politics this weekBusiness this weekKAL's cartoon. Leaders. New roles for technologyRise of the robotsAmerica and the IMFDereliction of duty France's National FrontOn the marchNATOAll for oneCartel-bustingBoring can still be. Mar 1st , by The Economist | COLOMBO. THE end of their bitter war, nearly five years ago, has done little to unite Sri Lanka's divided communities. In their modest way, a photographer and an anthropologist are working together to try bridging the distance that separates the country's two largest ethnic groups— by. Current edition Mar 1st What's gone wrong with democracy. More editions Subscribe. The world this week. Politics this weekBusiness this weekKAL's cartoon. Leaders. Saving UkraineHow the West can helpProtests in Venezuela Stop the spiralInequality in AmericaHow to be a true progressiveTrust-busting in .
Current edition Mar 22nd The new world order. More editionsSubscribe. The world this week. Politics this weekBusiness this weekKAL's cartoon. Leaders. Diplomacy and security after CrimeaThe new world orderCosmologyMan suddenly sees the start of the universeLaw enforcement in the United States Armed and. , , , Apr 21st Enlarge | Contents. Apr 14th Enlarge | Contents. Apr 7th Enlarge | Contents. Mar 31st Enlarge | Contents. Mar 24th Enlarge | Contents. Mar 17th Enlarge | Contents. Mar 10th Enlarge | Contents. Mar 3rd Enlarge | Contents. Feb 24th 15 Mar This week in The Economist: Business and government | Cable consolidation in America | Russia, Ukraine and Crimea | Changing constitutions | Britain and Europe.
Protestors in Kiev, February Democracy was the most successful political idea of the 20th . Freedom House reckons that was the eighth consecutive year in which global freedom declined, and that its forward march peaked around the beginning of the century. Between and the cause of democracy. About Graphic detail -- The home of The Economist's data journalism, in charts, maps, infographics and interactive-data features. 5 Nov Nov 5th by C.W. | KIEV. THIS YEAR the Russian rouble has lost 25% of its value. That sounds awful and indeed could cause Russia problems. Some economists, though, reckon that a weaker rouble could be good for Russia because of its recent "Dutch-disease" problems. But what exactly is Dutch.