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The persecution of the Uyghurs
“Genocide” is the wrong word for the horrors of Xinjiang
To confront evil, the first step is to describe it accurately
→ Read more: Can America’s government deal with China’s after accusing it of genocide?
Technocratic. Ma non troppo
Italy’s next prime minister, Mario Draghi, unveils his cabinet
He will have to move fast to overcome Italy’s deep-seated problems
Some pleasant fiscal arithmetic
Should governments in emerging economies worry about their debt?
As in the rich world, interest rates are below nominal growth rates in many places
They told you so
The European Union must face up to the real Russia
Appeasement isn’t working
Week in charts
...and all that jabs
The spectre of inflation • Buoyant business • America abroad • The future of travel
Seer of the Anthropocene
Paul Crutzen died on January 28th
The atmospheric chemist and meteorologist was 87
World in a dish
Valentine’s Day: how chocolate became the food of love
A sweet history of seduction
Checks and Balance
School’s out—getting America’s children back into class
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