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How to tame autonomous weapons
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Finding new subjects and new audiences is good for business, and it proves that conservation need not be conservative
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Dan Lyons thinks the world should look for "zebras", startups which turn a profit and improve society at the same time
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Few pieces of design reflect their era as successfully as the Eames rocking chair From
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With “Capernaum”, Nadine Labaki seeks to draw attention to the weakness of the state
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Having children lowers women’s lifetime earnings, an outcome known as the “child penalty”
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Since its publication on January 4th, 800,000 copies of “Sérotonine” have been sold in the French-speaking world
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In an era of copycats, "An Orchestra of Minorities" is an unusual and brilliantly original book
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The first season of “True Detective” was a cultural sensation. Nic Pizzolatto has since tried twice to recreate that success
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Climate-change denial is, in part, the result of lobbying. But psychology also plays a role
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Two new books suggest that "the great fairground ride of world population change" is running out of steam
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France has nowhere else to turn and Germany, especially after Brexit, has no better partners
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The world's wealthiest 0.001% are creating their own personal investment firms, which could make wealth inequality worse
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Timea was forced to work in Canada’s sex industry. Now she’s on a mission to help other victims of human trafficking
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Acquiring the best talent makes sense in football. But only for players, not for managers
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A second vote on Brexit would only command legitimacy if the process were scrupulously fair, says of
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It is impossible to imagine “Vox Lux” succeeding at all without Natalie Portman’s outlandish portrayal
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In a referendum in February 2016, a narrow majority voted that Evo Morales should not be able to seek re-election
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The trade war with America will dent China’s forthcoming GDP figures. But bigger economic woes loom. We crunch the numbers with our Asia economics editor on "The week ahead"
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Turkey leads the world in jailed journalists
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