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The Economist

The Intelligence: Faith-based reeling

Dodany: 20 lutego 2024

China’s firms are shedding value at pace and foreign investors are starting to look elsewhere. We ask why faith is fading in a market that once looked unstoppable. Slam poetry, an American...

The Intelligence: Russia after Navalny

Dodany: 19 lutego 2024

At last President Vladimir Putin’s regime has succeeded in silencing the country’s most prominent opposition figure. What happens next? Demand for electric cars is weakening, particularly in...

The Weekend Intelligence: One day in the life of Alexei Navalny

Dodany: 17 lutego 2024

When Alexei Navalny flew back to Russia in 2021 he never made it through passport control. In an excerpt from Next Year in Moscow, The Economist’s series on Russian opposition to the war, today’s...

The Intelligence: Out-of-this-world war

Dodany: 16 lutego 2024

This is not science fiction. Space is already a part of modern warfare and as technology advances, it will be an even more crucial sphere. What will extraterrestrial conflict look like? A look at...

The Intelligence: A former general, elected in Indonesia

Dodany: 15 lutego 2024

Prabowo Subianto stormed to victory in the world’s largest single-day election. But critics say his presidency could jeopardise two decades of democratic progress. Nvidia has dominated the global...

The Intelligence: Split bill

Dodany: 14 lutego 2024

After an all-nighter, a $95bn foreign aid bill for Ukraine and other allies passed the US Senate. But amid much division, it may not even make it to a House vote. Stray cows are a growing problem...

Drum Tower: The sounds of old Beijing

Dodany: 13 lutego 2024

In some ways, Beijing now sounds like a lot of other mega cities. Yet, back in imperial times, sound was used in creative ways to display wealth, to conduct everyday business and, most importantly,...

The Intelligence: Undoing PiS poor laws

Dodany: 13 lutego 2024

Donald Tusk’s predecessors in the hard-right PiS party captured the state and compromised its checks and balances. The newly-elected centrist party is having a hard time correcting course. A new...

The Intelligence: Troubled waters

Dodany: 12 lutego 2024

Squabbles over the seas and their tributary waterways are becoming more tense as rivalries deepen and the climate changes. How should the West prepare? An opinion poll with a twist suggests that Xi...

Checks and Balance: Strike accord

Dodany: 9 lutego 2024

America has launched strikes against Iranian-backed militias in the Middle East, in response to an attack on a base in Jordan where three US troops died. How close are America and Iran to war?John...

The Intelligence: General dynamics

Dodany: 9 lutego 2024

As had long been telegraphed, Ukraine’s top general Valery Zaluzhny is now out; Oleksandr Syrsky is in. That marks a new phase in the war, and an opportunity for President Volodymyr Zelensky to...

The Intelligence: Going for broker

Dodany: 8 lutego 2024

Our correspondent is travelling with Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who is on yet another gruelling tour of the Middle East trying to broker peace. What are the chances of a lasting deal? We...

The Intelligence: At a crossroads (really)

Dodany: 7 lutego 2024

In one of this year’s largest votes, Indonesia will elect a new president in one week’s time; this time the sanctity and future of its democracy are at stake. In Germany prominent people—even...

The Intelligence: They thought it was Sall over

Dodany: 6 lutego 2024

Macky Sall, Senegal’s president, has said he would not stand again. So what to make of the move to delay the election until December? Our correspondent says that many artificial-intelligence...

The Intelligence: Strikes, a careful balance

Dodany: 5 lutego 2024

Dozens of air strikes in Iraq, Syria and Yemen were designed to show American resolve without themselves provoking a deeper conflict. We ask what happens next. Philanthropists are increasingly...

The Intelligence: Will Apple’s customers share its Vision?

Dodany: 2 lutego 2024

Last month, Microsoft briefly overtook the iPhone maker as the world’s most valuable company. As Apple’s core business slows, could the launch of its new augmented reality headset provide...

The Intelligence: Vietnam’s golden opportunity

Dodany: 1 lutego 2024

The populous South-East Asian country is uniquely well-positioned to benefit from the deepening rift between America and China, so what’s stopping it? How a breakaway party on Germany’s far left is...

The Intelligence: Indonesia’s election, more TikTok than tick-box

Dodany: 31 stycznia 2024

Campaigning for a coming election in the world’s fourth-most-populous country has been almost entirely policy-free: a good social-media presence is nearly all candidates need. As the Panama Canal...

Drum Tower: Competing for kids

Dodany: 30 stycznia 2024

China’s decades-long economic boom was powered by workers who migrated from the countryside to cities to find jobs. But to do so, many of them had to leave their children behind. Now some cities...

The Intelligence: China’s ever grander property crisis

Dodany: 30 stycznia 2024

One of the country’s biggest property companies, Evergrande, has been crippled by its debt. What does a new court order mean for prospective homebuyers, and the firm’s creditors? Is there a way for...