THE ECONOMIST vol.436 n°9203 18/07/2020 Trade without trust: How the West should do business with China/ America first and the vaccine race THE ECO 2020/07/18

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MAGAZINE ANGLAIS, DU 18 JUILLET 2020 VOL.436 N°9203, 74 PAGES, CELEBRE REVUE DE REFERENCE, EN ANGLAIS. Très bon état

In this issue:

The world this week 2 pages

Leaders: Trade without trust 1 page

_BRIEFING:

Huawei and 5G: America's war on the chinese telecoms-equipment giant looks as if it will soon reach its endgame 3 pages

_EUROPE:

Germany's China policy: The Chancellor's soft stance towards China is increasingly being called into question 2 pages

Protests in Russia's Far East/ Poland's presidential election/ French accent snobbism/ Venice's flood defences 2 pages

Charlemagne: Ireland gets its way 1 page

_BRITAIN:

Work-life balance: Working Britons have less time for leisure than other Europeans. Covid-19 is changing that 2 pages

Bagehot: Dance of the lemons 1 page

_MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA:

The Arab world: The era of easy oil money is ending. The result will be painful 3 pages

Measuring poverty in South Africa/ Burkina Faso's jailhouse rock 2 pages

_UNITED STATES:

Operation Warp Speed: The president says there will be a covid-19 drug or a vaccine before the end of the year. Might he be right? 2 pages

Covid death vs cases/ Police in schools/ End-of-term report for SCOTUS/ Renaming the Redskins 3 pages

Lexington: The lessons of Sessions 1 page

_THE AMERICAS:

Chile: The pandemic may spur the country to become more social democratic 2 pages

_ASIA:

Drugs and vigilantes: Narcotics have become deeply rooted in Burmese society 2 pages

Australia and the monarchy/ Singapore's dogged opposition/ A wobbly government in Malaysia 2 pages

_CHINA:

Honk Kong's companies: There are reasons to worry about business in Hong Kong. A new national-security law is not the only one 2 pages

Alarm over widespread flooding 1 page

_INTERNATIONAL:

School closures: As schools in some countries reopen, how can pupils make up for lost time?/ Schools in poor countries 3 pages 

_BUSINESS:

Unwanted fossil fuels: The oil giants want to own only the cheapest, cleanest hydricarbons. That is harder than it sounds 2 pages

Streaming and nausea/ Reviving live music in Europe/ Sino-American tech mistrust/ Appetite for chipmakers/ Japan Inc's other virus threat 2 pages

_FINANCE & ECONOMICS:

Wall Street: Bak's earnings show that panic has been calmed, and economic pain deferred. Just don't ask their bosses what happens next 2 pages

China's strange recovery/ Patty power: The big Mac index/ The tech tax tiff/ What's the point of insurers? 2 pages

Free exchange: Housing was the business cycle 1 page

_SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY:

Chipmaking: A new material promises chips that will pack in more miniature circuits 2 pages

Cleaning water with pine needles/ A new comet/ Navigating by diamond/ The socioeconomics by sewage 2 pages

_BOOKS & ARTS:

The future of journalism: Political and commercial pressures have led American journalists to reconsider the value and meaning of objectivity 2 pages

German porcelain/ A life in science 1 page

_GRAPHIC DETAIL:

Resource economics: The world's wealth is looking increasingly unnatural 1 page

_OBITUARY: 

Ennio Morricone: Man on a mission 1 page

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