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The world this week | Page 274 | The Economist

Page 274 of The Economist's The world this week section. You've seen the news, now discover the story.

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25 Apr 2024

Terry Anderson was held by Islamic militants for 2,454 days

The former Marine and AP Beirut bureau chief died on April 21st, aged 76

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25 Apr 2024

The tech wars are about to enter a fiery new phase

America, China and the battle for supremacy

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25 Apr 2024

Chinese firms are expanding in South-East Asia

This new business diaspora is younger, better-educated and ambitious

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25 Apr 2024

The family feud that holds the Philippines back

Squabbling between the Marcos and Duterte clans makes politics unpredictable

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25 Apr 2024

The Maldives is cosying up to China

A landslide election confirms the trend

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25 Apr 2024

Why do the Japanese love CDs?

They have not taken to streaming as keenly as the rest of the world

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25 Apr 2024

The Middle East has a militia problem

More than a quarter of the region’s 400m people live in states dominated by armed groups

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25 Apr 2024

How much do Palestinians pay to get out of Gaza?

Middlemen are profiting from Gazans’ desperation

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25 Apr 2024

Why Iranian dissidents love Cyrus, an ancient Persian king

The British Museum is sending one of Iran’s adored antiquities to Israel

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25 Apr 2024

The historic heart of Addis Ababa is being demolished

Abiy Ahmed is imposing his vision on Ethiopia’s capital

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25 Apr 2024

How race and politics interact in modern South Africa

Why the ANC’s losses are not the official opposition’s gain

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25 Apr 2024

Dengue fever is surging in Latin America

The number of people who succumb to the disease has been rising for two decades

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25 Apr 2024

Meet Argentina’s richest man

The boss of Mercado Libre ponders Javier Milei, self-doubt and the dangers of wokery

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25 Apr 2024
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25 Apr 2024

Will war snuff out the Gulf’s global business ambitions?

Companies far and wide are feeling the effects of the conflict

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25 Apr 2024
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25 Apr 2024

How far could America’s stockmarket fall?

With the prospect of cheaper money receding, shares look unusually vulnerable

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25 Apr 2024

Chinese authorities are now addicted to traffic fines

What that tells you about the country’s economic woes

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25 Apr 2024

Don’t like your job? Quit for a rival firm

Lina Khan hopes to free the American worker

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25 Apr 2024

Is inflation morally wrong?

Workers think so. Economists disagree

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25 Apr 2024

Can women-only factories help more Indian women into work?

Ola, an electric-scooter manufacturer, is trying to find out

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25 Apr 2024

Can anyone pull Boeing out of its nosedive?

The American planemaker needs one hell of a pilot

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25 Apr 2024
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25 Apr 2024
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