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The Economist

Editor’s Picks: November 20th 2022

Dodany: 20 listopada 2022

A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, is this the end of crypto? Also, why Indonesia matters (11:00) and Glenn Youngkin’s unique...

Checks and Balance: Trump's back

Dodany: 18 listopada 2022

As Donald Trump launches a third White House run, we report on the view from Mar-a-Lago and the rise of Ron DeSantis. Are attempted presidential comebacks ever a good idea? And how will a fractured...

In come taxes: Britain’s austere economic plan

Dodany: 18 listopada 2022

The “Autumn statement” was filled with belt-tightening, from stealthy tax rises to public-service cuts. But perhaps the bitterest part of the pill has been left for the next government to swallow....

The Economist Asks: Will the clean-energy transition be fast enough?

Dodany: 17 listopada 2022

AS THE end of COP27 nears, US energy secretary Jennifer Granholm talks to Anne McElvoy from the climate summit in Egypt. They discuss the impact the global energy crisis is having on Joe Biden’s...

Musketeers heading for the exits: chaos at Twitter

Dodany: 17 listopada 2022

Elon Musk gave Twitter’s remaining staff an ultimatum: commit to “working long hours at high intensity” for “hardcore” Twitter, or leave. We evaluate his reign so far. Under President Daniel...

Money Talks: The cryptocalypse

Dodany: 16 listopada 2022

Until last week, Sam Bankman-Fried - or SBF as he’s become known - was crypto’s poster-child. He was a regular in Washington, DC where he schmoozed journalists, regulators and lawmakers alike. He...

Strike price: missiles fall in Poland

Dodany: 16 listopada 2022

How did apparently Russian-made munitions kill two people on NATO soil? An accident in the fog of war seems likely, but listen closely: the immediate international response has been telling. Donald...

Babbage at COP27: Part three—the energy crisis

Dodany: 15 listopada 2022

COP27 takes place amid war in Ukraine and an energy crisis. In the third episode of our series covering the summit, we explore how energy-security concerns are affecting efforts to...

Get the Bali rolling: the G20 meet begins

Dodany: 15 listopada 2022

The G20 Summit gets under way in Bali today at a time of tensions over Ukraine and Taiwan, and worries about high food and energy prices. We look at what progress, if any, is likely to result from...

Drum Tower: Back to the future

Dodany: 14 listopada 2022

As China re-shapes the existing world order, its officials argue that the values behind it are Western and not universal. Western leaders worry that China is merely trying to make the world safe...

Bolt from the blue: Democrats hold the Senate

Dodany: 14 listopada 2022

America’s upper legislative chamber remains in Democrats’ hands; they may even expand their majority. We explain what that means for the Biden administration, and why Democrats outperformed...

Editor’s Picks: November 13th 2022

Dodany: 13 listopada 2022

A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, the Trump effect, (10:30) imagining peace in Ukraine and (18:00) should fans watch the World...

Checks and Balance: Red faces

Dodany: 11 listopada 2022

Republicans should have done better. With high inflation and an unpopular president, the stage was set for them to easily take back both chambers of Congress. Instead they look on track to barely...

Tales from the crypto: An exchange implodes

Dodany: 11 listopada 2022

At the start of this week, FTX was the world’s third-largest crypto exchange. After rumours of illiquidity swirled, customers pulled $6bn in assets. It now reportedly faces an $8bn shortfall, and...

The Economist Asks: What does Binyamin Netanyahu’s comeback mean for Israel and the world?

Dodany: 10 listopada 2022

Binyamin Netanyahu is set to return to power in Israel, after winning a majority in last week’s general election. His coalition is likely to include Religious Zionism, a far-right bloc. Host Anne...

Beaten, a retreat: cautious hope in Kherson

Dodany: 10 listopada 2022

Russia says it will withdraw from the only captured Ukrainian provincial capital. We ask how the drawdown might go and what it means for the wider war. Britain is set for the largest wave of...

Money Talks: Is pay transparency good?

Dodany: 9 listopada 2022

On November 1st, New York City’s workers woke up to a new reality: every job listing for work that could be done in one of the five boroughs now had a stated salary band. Gossips rejoiced. But who...

Red ripple: America’s midterm elections

Dodany: 9 listopada 2022

America’s midterm elections have finished. While the full results may not be known for some time, Democrats appear to have outperformed expectations: Republicans will probably narrowly win the...

Babbage at COP27: Part two—adapting to a changing climate

Dodany: 8 listopada 2022

COP27 has kicked off in Egypt, and adaptation is high on the agenda. In the second episode of our series covering the conference, we explore how to step up global efforts to adapt to a changing...

Who counts wins: Election-administration fears

Dodany: 8 listopada 2022

In the final episode of our midterms series, we examine how the Republican party’s anti-democratic turn is putting pressure on election administrators. When he briefly reneged on a deal to allow...