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The Big Mac index compares the purchasing power of different currencies
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Squint hard enough and there might be a light at the end of the tunnel. My latest via
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The UN has slapped an arms embargo on South Sudan, in the hope of stopping atrocities against civilians
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Growing partisanship isn’t driven by broader cultural trends, new studies find
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Is there still time for stockmarket bulls to make money?
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Daringly combining simplicity and dexterity, "The Lehman Trilogy" is an extraordinary piece of stagecraft
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The tiny, global cities of Bodys Isek Kingelez
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Twenty years ago, a Democratic president declared that the era of big government was over. Now, for Democrats at least, it seems to be back
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Is the Brexit dream dying?
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The jihadist campaigns on either side of the Sahara seem to be succeeding in sowing violence and terror
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World leaders have all but gone silent on North Korea’s atrocious human-rights record
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. says breaking down border walls will help create a more equal society. What's your idea to build a more open world? Tell us in a 60-second video
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The flowering of Democratic activism that is taking place under Mr Trump is largely confined to the party's liberal side
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Saudi female scholars are widely heard today. But some want change to go further
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The way in which Vladimir Putin marks the legacy of the Romanovs will say a lot about his vision for the future of Russia
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How would America look different today if Martin Luther King had not been assassinated in 1968?
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Stopping the flow of arms to South Sudan
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Spending on the fight against AIDS is flat-lining
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In no other two-party system does the party that receives the most votes routinely find itself out of power
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“If you want to solve the obesity problem, you have to solve the inequality problem first”
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