The Economist - 27 февраля 2016


The Economist - 27 февраля 2016

Скачать бесплатно журнал The Economist - 27 февраля 2016 года.Год выпуска: февраль 2016

Автор: The Economist Newspaper and The Economist Group

Жанр: Экономика/Политика

Издательство: «The Economist Newspaper Ltd»

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Количество страниц: 96

Описание: Donald Trump is unfit to lead a great political party: leader, page 9. He hits the jackpot in the Silver State, page 31. His economic proposals require implausible spending cuts or 10% growth: Buttonwood, page 61. To some Marco Rubio is a shallow opportunist; to others, he is an extremist. Might he be both? Page 29. Leaving the EU would hurt Britain — and would also deal a blow to the West: leader, page 10. David Cameron will not find it easy to win a referendum on Britain's EU membership. If he loses, the result will be messy at best and at worst disastrous, pages 18-20. The principle of "ever closer union" died long before Mr Cameron demanded Britain be exempted from it: Charlemagne, page 46.
Time for an economic revolution: leader, page 11. Joko Widodo was elected to shake up Indonesia's politics and make his country richer. He needs to hurry up, says Jon Fasman. See our special report after page 42.
Anew electricity system is emerging to bring light to the world's poorest. The key is persuading customers to pay, page 49.
The rights and wrongs of the fight: leader, page 12. The FBI's legal battle with the maker of iPhones is an escalation of a long-simmering conflict about encryption and security, page 69. Why tech bosses are playing at being statesmen: Schumpeter, page 58.
A surplus of industrial capacity harms its economy and riles its trading partners, page 51.
To get the world's biggest cities moving, stop subsidising driving: leader, page 11. Rising car ownership and appalling transport policies block the roads, page 23.
A new exhibition shows the Dutch painter to be startling ly modern, page 73.
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«The Economist» за 27 февраля 2016

Leaders
  1. The Republicans
    • Time to fire him Britain and the EU
  2. The real danger of Brexit
    • Making Indonesia work
  3. Open up
    • Traffic in megacities
  4. Jam today Apple v the FBI
    • Code to ruin?
Letters
  1. On international students, Trump history, monuments, tax reliefs, linguistics, Supreme Court
Briefing
  1. Britain and the EU
    • The Brexit delusion
  2. Britain's EU reforms
    • A change of status
Asia
  1. Caste in India
    • Backward ho!
  2. South Korean individualism
    • Zero to hero
  3. Japanese politics
    • What's in a name?
  4. Traffic in the Philippines' capital
    • Slowly does it
  5. Politics in Cambodia
    • Same old, same old
  6. Banyan
    • Asia taking arms
China
  1. Football
    • A spending splurge
  2. Families
    • The ordeals of single mothers
  3. Online dissent
    • A bold tycoon
United States
  1. Marco Rubio
    • The moral of his story
  2. The Nevada caucuses
    • Winning big
  3. The campaigns
    • Heard on the trail
  4. The religious left
    • The least of these
  5. Fringe movements
    • Finding Keepers
  6. Lexington
    • A Latino firewall totters
The Americas
  1. Crime in Mexico
    • Mean beaches
  2. Architecture in Säo Paulo
    • Biography of a building
  3. Bello
    • A rebuke to Evo Morales
Middle East and Africa
  1. Trade within Africa
    • Tear down these walls
  2. Ethiopia's drought
    • Dry, with a chance of famine
  3. Syria
    • Russia calls the shots
  4. Consanguineous marriage
    • Keeping it in the family
  5. Israel
    • An Arab agenda
  6. Iran's election
    • Even hardliners want reform
  7. Kurdistan
    • Fin de renaissance
Special report: Indonesia
  1. Jokowi's moment
    • After page 42
Europe
  1. Refugees in Greece
    • No way out
  2. German right-wingers
    • The radicalising middle
  3. Organised crime
    • China nostra
  4. Happiness in Europe
    • Hell is other people, for Swedes
  5. Charlemagne
    • Ever farther union
Britain
  1. The justice system
    • Law in a time of austerity
  2. Tories and the EU
    • Blue on blue
International
  1. Ending energy poverty
  2. Power to the powerless
Business
  1. Industry in China
    • The march of the zombies
  2. The India-China trade gap
    • Arrive full, leave empty
  3. The film business 
    • Fading stars
  4. Hollywood
    • Silver-screen playbook
  5. Natural resources
    • Flare-up
  6. German industry
    • Town and company
  7. Schumpeter
    • CEOs as statesmen
Finance and economics
  1. Stockmarkets
    • Complicate, then prevaricate
  2. Exchange mergers
    • Stocks exchanged
  3. Banks and money-laundering
    • Whoops apocalypse
  4. Buttonwood
    • Trump's economic plan
  5. China's stockmarket
    • Fail to the chief
  6. Overhauling Swiss banking
    • Shake your money makers
  7. BBVA
    • Digital addition
  8. India's budget
    • Leap of faith
  9. Free exchange
    • Is London too small?
Science and technology
  1. Cryptography
    • Taking a bite at the Apple
  2. Cancer
    • A run a day keeps the tumour at bay
  3. Trachoma
    • Less blind
  4. Sexual reproduction
    • Rubies from the rubbish
  5. Cuckoldry and song
    • Fidelio
Books and arts
  1. Hieronymus Bosch
    • Begetter of the Renaissance
  2. David Astor's Observer
    • Setting the liberal agenda
  3. Being a beast
    • Animal instinct
  4. Free-diving
    • Living and breathing
  5. Elizabeth Strout's fiction
    • Family ties
  6. Johnson
    • Fiddling with French
Economic and financial indicators
  1. Statistics on 42 economies, plus a closer look at sovereign-wealth funds
Obituary
  1. Harper Lee and Umberto Eco
    • The finger of fame

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