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Will China dominate science? | The Economist


China is fast becoming a world leader in science, but should the world worry? Our deputy editor, Ed Carr, examines the impact of China's scientific expansion.
 

Where to invest in 2019? | The Economist


Where should you look to invest in 2019? Our capital-markets editor John O'Sullivan suggests the best strategy for the year ahead. Click here to subscribe to ...
 

What will people wear in the future? | The Economist


Innovation in fashion is sparking radical change. In the future clothes could be computers, made with materials designed and grown in a lab. Click here to ...
 

Was Karl Marx right? | The Economist


Karl Marx remains surprisingly relevant 200 years after his birth. He rightly predicted some of the pitfalls of capitalism, but his solution was far worse than the ...
 

Where is the world's most liveable city? | The Economist


Where is the world's most liveable city? The Economist Intelligence Unit has ranked 140 cities based on their liveability. Melbourne, Australia, has been ranked ...
 

Tony Blair on the future of liberalism | The Economist


Speaking in London at The Economist's Open Future festival on September 15th 2018, former British prime minister Tony Blair spoke to Helen Joyce about ...
 

The best place to be a woman? | The Economist


In the battle for gender equality Iceland is leading the world. The tiny island is pioneering news ways to close the gender pay gap, root out stereotypes and get ...
 

War is in decline, but for how long? | The Economist


One hundred years after the end of the first world war, battle-related deaths have fallen worldwide. But flashpoints remain and new threats are looming.
 

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Cycling's speed secrets | The Economist


In Olympic cycling the smallest of tweaks to the bike and the rider's position can make the difference between glory and failure. Discover how marginal gains ...
 

How will people travel in the future? | The Economist


From flying cars to pods that travel at over 1000kph, revolutionary new ways to travel are being dreamed up by ambitious companies. But which pioneering ...
 

Why does time pass? | The Economist


The equations of physics suggest time should be able to go backwards as well as forwards. Experience suggests, though, that it cannot. Why? And is time travel ...
 

How could veganism change the world? | The Economist


Interest in vegan food and its associated health benefits has been booming across the rich world. A global retreat from meat could have a far-reaching ...
 

The changing face of tourism | The Economist


Tourism is one of the biggest industries in the world—and it's rapidly changing. Chinese travellers have overtaken Americans as the biggest spenders and ...
 

How to fuel the future | The Economist


America, under President Donald Trump, is securing its “energy independence” with oil and gas. But unlike fossil fuels, renewables will not increase global ...
 

University: does a degree pay? | The Economist


The pressure for school-leavers to get a university degree is rising across the world. But does further education lead to better pay and opportunities? Click here ...
 

Saudi Arabia: open for tourists | The Economist


Saudi Arabia is spending half-a-trillion dollars on coastal resorts and an entertainment complex to try and attract more tourists. It's part of the crown prince's plan ...
 

How powerful is your passport? | The Economist


Passports can tell you a lot about a country. Colour can be a statement of national identity, state religion, or international co-operation. But not all passports are ...
 

Paris Event Predicted On Cover Of Rothschild Owned Magazine \


We explore the symbolism on the January 2015 cover of The Economist and how it may have predicted what happened in Paris, France. Large Version of The ...
 

Mapping global population and the future of the world | The Economist


The world's population has more than doubled since the 1970s. But a booming population is only part of the story—in some places populations are in decline.
 

An Article Wrote For Imran Khan Qamar Bajwa By The Economist


The Economist once again wrote an article about Pakistan and talks about Imran Khan and Qamar Bajwa. Both working together and takings us to another level ...
 

The world in 2050: Megachange | The Economist


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Why do languages die? | The Economist


There are more than 7000 languages. The number of people speaking English, Spanish and Mandarin continues to grow, but every fortnight a langauge will ...
 

The Things Have Started For The Economist Magazine 2019 Cover


Haqeeqat Tv have explained the things previously when the 2019 Cover of economist magazine was showed and now it is very clear that all these things have ...
 

A softer Brexit is a better Brexit | The Economist


Enter the Economist #OpenFuture contest: A minute to change the world. See more here: https://goo.gl/FU4YL4 The Brexit vote took place two years ago.
 

Transforming cities with technology | The Economist


Cities are growing faster than at any time in history, straining services and infrastructure. Technology-driven advances are at the forefront of solving this age-old ...
 

The Economics of Uber


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Mapping poverty in America | The Economist


America is the richest country in the world, but it also has one of the biggest divides between rich and poor. What can a zip code reveal about inequality?
 

Where does your phone come from? | The Economist


Apple is expected to announce its latest handset—the iPhone XS. Like all smartphones it will contain more than 70 chemical elements, which are mined from the ...
 

Putin's games with the West | The Economist


As presidential elections take place in Russia, chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov talks about the games President Putin is playing with the West. Click here to ...
 

The climate-change experiment | The Economist


Climate-change experts are researching ways to cool down the planet using geoengineering. How could spraying chemicals into the stratosphere help ...
 

Religion, faith and the role they play today | The Economist


Religion and faith are an integral part of people's lives worldwide. But in many countries the number of people who believe in God is in decline. We examine the ...
 




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