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The Economist

Futurewatch: The crypto craze

Dodany: 18 listopada 2019

Is cryptocurrency the future of money? Helen Joyce, The Economist’s finance editor, explores whether digital coins can offer a viable alternative to existing currencies. And Tim Cross, The...

Head for the Hill: this week’s impeachment hearings

Dodany: 18 listopada 2019

Democrats have a hard task as the hearings’ public stage proceeds: not uncovering new evidence, but building a robust public case for impeachment. The online-grocery business is tough—but that...

The Economist asks: Esther Perel

Dodany: 15 listopada 2019

What is the secret to a great working relationship? The psychotherapist, author and podcaster opens up about the key ingredients to collegiality in the office, millenials’ expectations of managers...

Better the devil they know? Sri Lanka’s election

Dodany: 15 listopada 2019

After multiple suicide bombings in April, much campaigning has been about security. Will Sri Lankans vote tomorrow for the authoritarian-but-effective candidate, or the more untested peacemaker? We...

Editor’s picks: November 14th 2019

Dodany: 14 listopada 2019 - Średnia ocen: 5

A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, Democrats want impeachment hearings to change the public’s view of Donald Trump. That will be...

Language barrier: Cameroon’s forgotten conflict

Dodany: 14 listopada 2019

There is widespread terror in the largely Francophone country’s English-speaking region. Both hardline separatists and the army target civilians with shocking brutality. In a Central Asian valley,...

Babbage: Private patients

Dodany: 13 listopada 2019

Google has teamed up with US-healthcare provider Ascension to access patient data without them being notified. What are the privacy concerns and implications for digital healthcare? And, how will...

Umbrellas to firebombs: Hong Kong’s escalating protests

Dodany: 13 listopada 2019

Molotov cocktails are flying and live rounds have been fired. Once-peaceful pro-democracy demonstrations are transforming into violent confrontations—and neither side seems willing to back down....

Money talks: Streams come true

Dodany: 12 listopada 2019

Disney Plus enters the battle of the streaming services, amongst competition from Netflix, Apple, Amazon and others. Which will achieve the Hollywood ending? And we ask Peter Navarro, President...

The American Dreamer: DACA in the Supreme Court

Dodany: 12 listopada 2019

The Trump administration has long wanted to scrap the “Dreamers” scheme, which allowed illegal immigrants who came as youths to stay in America. The question is whether the programme’s founding was...

Futurewatch: The future of banking

Dodany: 11 listopada 2019

Futurewatch: The future of bankingWill the bricks and mortar of high-street banks be replaced by the silicon chips of data centres? Looking at the rise of "neobanks" around the world, The...

Unpresidented: Bolivia’s leader resigns

Dodany: 11 listopada 2019

After weeks of protests following a disputed election, Evo Morales has stood down. Who is in charge, and how can the country escape its gridlock? On a visit to a military hospital our correspondent...

The Economist asks: Thirty years on, is Germany still divided?

Dodany: 8 listopada 2019

On November 9th 1989, Anne McElvoy and Conny Günther were in East Berlin watching the impossible—the fall of the Berlin Wall. Thirty years later they retrace their steps to find out how decades of...

Persistence of division: after the Berlin Wall

Dodany: 8 listopada 2019

THIS WEEKEND // This weekend marks three decades since the wall fell, yet stark divides remain between East and West. We revisit that moment of hope that remains unfulfilled. Ethiopia’s Somali...

Editor’s picks: November 7th 2019

Dodany: 7 listopada 2019

A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, Emmanuel Macron warns that Europe is “on the edge of a precipice”. (9:20) Bashing billionaires...

Allez, Europe! Macron’s diplomatic push

Dodany: 7 listopada 2019

This week our correspondent joined Emmanuel Macron on his visit to China. The French president is stretching his diplomatic wings, and has some striking views about Europe’s place in the world. The...

Babbage: Designer genes

Dodany: 6 listopada 2019

How far away are “designer babies” from being a reality? Host Kenneth Cukier explores the ethical questions around the applications of a genome-wide association study. Journalist and author Gaia...

Demonstrative: a global wave of protest

Dodany: 6 listopada 2019

Today’s public-sector demonstrations in Zimbabwe are just the latest in a wave of protests around the world. We look into why there are so many, and what might be driving them. It’s not all sound...

Money talks: Unhappy EUnion

Dodany: 5 listopada 2019

Opposition to the European Central Bank’s plans for quantitative easing has been split along North-South lines in the euro zone. But are these concerns justified? And, journalist and author Matthew...

Stone unturned? Trump’s adviser on trial

Dodany: 5 listopada 2019

Today Roger Stone, a colourful associate of President Donald Trump for 40 years, goes on trial facing seven charges; he denies them. Could his testimony worry the Trump camp? In the international...