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Every weekday our global network of correspondents makes sense of the stories beneath the headlines. We bring you surprising trends and tales from around the world, current affairs, business and finance—as well as science and technology.

    The World Ahead: Technologies to watch

    The World Ahead: Technologies to watch

    The rapid development and roll-out of coronavirus vaccines has been a reminder of the power of science and technology to change the world. Host Tom Standage considers some of the technologies to watch in 2022, from 3D-printed housing and heat pumps to flying electric taxis and meetings in the metaverse. 


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    • 19 min
    Prime mover? Mario Draghi and the Italian presidency

    Prime mover? Mario Draghi and the Italian presidency

    This week’s secretive votes will determine the next president and the current prime minister looks to be a favourite. But that move would be bad for Italy. Many African countries that are rife with resources remain persistently underdeveloped; we dig into the reasons. And we meet the chefs bringing unsung Native American cuisine to the table.
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    • 21 min
    Editor’s Picks: January 24th 2022

    Editor’s Picks: January 24th 2022

    A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, the parable of Boris Johnson, and what it says about the country he governs. Also, America’s tech giants’ ambitious investments (10:05) and do vaccine mandates actually work? (19:10)
     
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    • 22 min
    Checks and Balance: Left side story

    Checks and Balance: Left side story

    Joe Biden voters are more likely to have a negative view of the United States than those who voted for Donald Trump, according to new research from The Economist. A year since his inauguration, is this miserablism largely a result of President Biden’s recent woes, or is there something inherently gloomy in the left’s mindset?  


    The Economist’s Daniella Raz sifts through the poll findings. We go back to the time when a liberal philosopher imagined a dark future for America. And political psychologist Peter Ditto examines what makes liberal brains tick.  


    John Prideaux presents with Jon Fasman and Charlotte Howard. 


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    • 41 min
    Unsustainable envelopment goals: China’s zero-covid fight

    Unsustainable envelopment goals: China’s zero-covid fight

    The Omicron variant is destined to test the limits of a policy that has already proved costly: consumption, growth and confidence are all flagging. The effects of Russia’s gulag did not stop when the labour camps closed: there appear to be long-term benefits for nearby areas. And why cycling in the Arab world is on the rise.
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    • 20 min
    The Economist Asks: Carl Bernstein

    The Economist Asks: Carl Bernstein

    The veteran reporter was a teenager when he first walked into a newsroom. He tells Anne McElvoy how that moment led him to become one half of the most famous bylines in journalism. They discuss the decline in trust in the media and echoes of Watergate in American politics today. And the author of “Chasing History” reflects on a painful moment from his past being turned into a film. 


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    • 26 min

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Very interesting. On point analysis and I love the way the reporters speak.

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