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Turkey’s diplomatic crisis is hastening an economic one: WHEN members of America’s Congress passed the Magnitsky Act in 2012 to
What the far left and right have in common, in Germany and elsewhere: Wagenknecht wants her voters back SITTING down with The Economist in her
Rail travel has shrunk French people’s mental map of their country: That’s the way the Monet goes A TEENAGER, headphones pinned to his
Poland’s government wants to take control of banking: POLISH banks should be in Polish hands, or so says the ruling
What a campaign to revive Russia’s urban spaces means for civil society: SOVIET SQUARE in Voronezh no longer looks especially Soviet. Children dart through
Nigerian Brings Classic Social Media App Into the Digital Age: Worldjunction is a social media app that Nigerians can use to to
An American preacher detained in Turkey is not the only hostage: Brunson, the Sultan’s bargaining chip IT WAS all smiles and backslaps between
The world relies on Russia to build its nuclear power plants: IN MARCH 2011 a tsunami engulfed the Fukushima power plant in Japan,
Why Swedes are inserting microchips into their bodies: ON SOME Swedish trains, passengers carry their e-tickets in their hands—literally. About
Politics surpasses satire in Ukraine: ONE morning a history teacher wakes up in Kiev to find himself