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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.
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    Checks and Balance: Chuck yeah!

    Checks and Balance: Chuck yeah!

    Democrats have finally passed their climate, tax and health care legislation through the Senate. Chuck Schumer and his colleagues are toasting their successful out-manoeuvring of the GOP. How will the Inflation Reduction Act affect carbon emissions, prescription drug prices and the deficit? And will it improve voters’ views of Joe Biden and his party?
    The Economist’s Vijay Vaitheeswaran assesses the climate provisions in the bill. We go back to another occasion when Democrats had to go it alone in Congress. And The Economist’s Elliott Morris considers whether a legislative victory can change voters' minds. 
    John Prideaux hosts with Charlotte Howard and Idrees Kahloon.
    You can now find every episode of Checks and Balance in one place and sign up to our weekly newsletter. For full access to print, digital and audio editions, as well as exclusive live events, subscribe to The Economist at economist.com/uspod.

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    • 44 min.
    Crimea punishment: A Russian airfield in ruins

    Crimea punishment: A Russian airfield in ruins

    The airbase in Crimea lies in ruins. Ukraine hasn’t claimed credit, many suspect they carried out the daring attack more than 100 miles behind enemy lines. Our defence editor explains why the war has entered a new phase. Why state-owned firms, not oil supermajors, are the biggest impediment to a green-energy transition. And pondering the pleasures of barbecue.
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    • 26 min.
    The Economist Asks: What does it mean to win a war today?

    The Economist Asks: What does it mean to win a war today?

    As the prospect of a long war in Ukraine looms, host Anne McElvoy asks national security expert Philip Bobbitt how to define victory in 21st-century warfare. They assess the war on terror, as the one-year anniversary of America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan approaches. And, the author of “The Shield of Achilles” shares memories of his uncle, President Lyndon Johnson, and describes what it's like to be inside Washington’s war rooms.
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    • 37 min.
    Teflon Don: Trump’s legal woes

    Teflon Don: Trump’s legal woes

    Donald Trump endured an FBI raid, questioning in a civil lawsuit and an adverse court ruling, all in 48 hours. But at least in the short-term, he’s making political hay from his legal woes. Why Apple’s future increasingly rests on services rather than just hardware. And how France is coping with a mustard shortage.
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    • 24 min.
    Money Talks: Fragile economies

    Money Talks: Fragile economies

    From Sri Lanka to Pakistan, El Salvador to Ghana, Egypt to Tunisia, some emerging economies are feeling the pain of rising commodity prices, higher interest rates and a strong dollar. Is a wave of historic debt defaults coming for emerging markets?
    On this week’s episode, hosts Soumaya Keynes, Mike Bird, and Alice Fulwood continue their exploration of the impact of the strong dollar. First, Kroll chief economist Megan Greene explains which countries she thinks are most vulnerable. Then, a look at what was behind the Latin American debt crisis of the 1980s, which led to an economic downturn more severe than the Great Depression. Finally, our trade and economics editor Ryan Avent says that many nations have learned lessons from past crises that could help them weather this difficult period.
    Sign up for our new weekly newsletter dissecting the big themes in markets, business and the economy at www.economist.com/moneytalks 
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    • 33 min.
    Latin-ex Democrats: Republicans and Hispanic voters

    Latin-ex Democrats: Republicans and Hispanic voters

     Our series on America’s mid-term elections begins with a visit to a citizenship class in Doral, Florida, given by Republicans. We examine how the GOP is cutting into Democrats’ advantage with Latino voters. Britain’s trial of a superhighway for drones is a bid to unleash their commercial potential. And meeting   a Thai dissident issuing dystopian pop music from self-imposed exile. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer
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    • 24 min.

Kundeanmeldelser

4,8 ud af 5
76 vurderinger

76 vurderinger

Marie Barfoed ,

5/5 for the puns alone

I love whoever is writing the titles

Adam Bocev ,

Beam of right

Whatever the issue, I can always count on The Economist crew was to bring mostly objective information backed by data. Especially in these foggy days full of propaganda, The Economist remains the beam of light.
Babbage and world ahead are a must
Cheers

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My favorite wake-up call

The Economist crew do a spectacular job at delivering high-quality, diverse news without fear-mongering. From the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU

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