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Can Pat Gelsinger turn Intel around?
The giant chipmaker’s new boss has his work cut out
→ Read more: Chipmaking is being redesigned. Effects will be far-reaching
Britain has reduced its carbon emissions more than any other rich country
But greening the power grid was the easy bit. Heating and transport will be harder
Civil rights v civil liberties at the ACLU
After decades of undue pessimism, civil libertarians should be moderately concerned
Covid-19’s second wave has devastated eastern European countries
They now have some of the world’s worst excess-mortality rates
The race to zero
Bill Gates has a plan to save the world
Tackling climate change, he says, requires governments and business to work together
Spain’s regional splits
Catalonia’s separatists score another victory, but a hollow one
A sharply lower turnout and deep divisions blunt the independence-seekers’ success
The rise and falls of Robert Maxwell
Even in death, the disgraced businessman was larger than life
The Jab—how well will vaccines work?
A new podcast from The Economist at the sharp end of the global vaccination race
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