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本・雑誌内容詳細 The world this week

Politics
Business
KAL’s cartoon
This week’s covers
Leaders


Voting intentions
How to build a British voter
Labour is assembling an electoral coalition that is young and broad, but volatile too

How high can markets go?
A golden age for stockmarkets is drawing to a close
Share prices may be surging, but even AI is unlikely to drive a repeat of the past decade’s performance

A losing battle
Fentanyl cannot be defeated without new tactics
Suppression works even less well than with other narcotics

French politics
The perils of a Le Pen presidency
Even three years out, the prospect is alarming

Don’t seize: capitalise
How to put Russia’s frozen assets to work for Ukraine
Exploit them to the full, but legally

One nation under Modi
To see India’s future, go south
The country’s regional division could make it—or break it

How tyranny travels
Autocracies are exporting autocracy to their diasporas
The new danger from transnational repression

Letters

On Britain’s armed forces, cousins, business in Italy, private-equity backed insurance, age, Terry Pratchett
Letters to the editor
By Invitation


Russia after Navalny
A former political prisoner on how the West should honour Alexei Navalny’s legacy
India’s election
Ashoka Mody argues that India is stunted by a lack of moral leadership
Briefing


Relentless reaper
America’s ten-year-old fentanyl epidemic is still getting worse
The government is spending record amounts, just to slow its growth
Asia


India’s north-south divide
Inside Narendra Modi’s battle to win over the south
The actual opposition?
Massive farmers’ protests are a headache for Narendra Modi
Banyan
What will Prabowo Subianto’s foreign policy look like?
China


The Chinese diaspora
Living outside China has become more like living inside China
Chaguan
China tells bankers to be more patriotic
United States


In vitro veritas
IVF is a slam-dunk issue for Democrats. Abortion may not be
Stoked
The economics of skiing in America
Commitment phobia
Does Joe Biden’s re-election campaign have a Gaza problem?
Answers that raise questions
Is Google’s Gemini chatbot woke by accident, or by design?
Cobalt blues
A millennial is building America’s first nickel-cobalt refinery
Lexington
Vladimir Putin hardly needs to interfere in American democracy

Middle East & Africa


Dreaming of Dubai
Africa’s tiger economy is shot
Fresh blood, same problems
The Palestinians’ new prime minister faces a nightmare
The beginning of the end
As Iran scares the Middle East, at home its regime rots
The Americas


Bringing back Brazil
Lula’s gaffes are dulling Brazil’s G20 shine
The switcheroo
The former president of Honduras is tried for drug trafficking
Kicking back
Argentina’s football clubs are resisting privatisation
Europe


France’s National Rally
How Marine Le Pen is preparing for power
Friendly fire
France and Germany are at loggerheads over military aid to Ukraine
Get off the fence
Europe hopes barbed wire will keep migrants out. It won’t
After the war
Azerbaijan is racing to rebuild in recaptured Nagorno-Karabakh
Within range
Kharkiv is struggling under Russian rocket attacks
Charlemagne
Is Europe’s stubby skyline a sign of low ambition?
Britain


Psephological profiling
A changing British electorate is propelling Labour towards victory
Own goals
English football’s financial fracas
Local politics
The institution that taught Margaret Thatcher about politics
Just add water
More than half of Britain’s ponds have disappeared
Bagehot
Speaker Hoyle and the strange politics of human resources
International


Surviving in a multipolar world
Africa is juggling rival powers like no other continent
Business


Meet your new copilot
How businesses are actually using generative AI
The meaning of Mistral
Meet the French startup hoping to take on OpenAI
Divestment dilemmas
Western multinationals’ Russian dilemmas
Bartleby
Why you should lose your temper at work
Barrelling along
Can whisky conquer Chinese palates?
Motor no-shows
Car shows in the West are in terminal decline
Schumpeter
How Argentine businessmen size up Javier Milei
Finance & economics


Fly up to the sky
Stockmarkets are booming. But the good times are unlikely to last
Too efficient
Are passive funds to blame for market mania?
Stakeholders at the gate
Activist investing is no longer the preserve of hedge-fund sharks
Still coupled
How Trump and Biden have failed to cut ties with China
Buttonwood
Uranium prices are soaring. Investors should be careful
Free exchange
What do you do with 191bn frozen euros owned by Russia?
Science & technology


Silicon dreamin’
AI models make stuff up. How can hallucinations be controlled?
A kiss and a cure
Scientists want to tackle multiple sclerosis by treating the kissing virus
At the heart of the battery revolution
A variety of new batteries are coming to power EVs
Your brain on music
Why recorded music will never feel as good as the real thing
Culture


Money and the arts
Britain’s arts still dazzle the world
Back Story
“The Picture of Dorian Gray” points to the future of theatre
An artist’s artist
Why did a once-revered painter, Frans Hals, fall out of favour?
Cartoon gloom
“Palestine”, an old graphic novel, is making a comeback
Colour by numbers
Can a dozen shipwrecks tell the history of the world?
Go big or go home
Cinemas may be dying. But IMAX and the high end are thriving
The Economist reads


The Economist reads
What to read to understand cyber-security
Economic & financial indicators

Indicators
Economic data, commodities and markets
Obituary


His old enemy
Robert Badinter persuaded France to abolish the guillotine
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