2022-06-02-Economist Graphs

1. The world this week

1.1 Politics

1.2 Business

1.3 KAL’s cartoon

2. Leaders

2.1 A new nuclear era: Atomic weapons

2.2 America’s next recession: The world economy

2.3 Into the unknown: Colombia

2.4 Surmounting great barriers: Climate change and coral reefs

2.5 Put out more bunting: The Platinum Jubilee

3. Letters

3.1 On electoral reform, wearable devices, India, business and pleasure: Letters

4. By Invitation

4.1 Recep Tayyip Erdogan on NATO expansion: Russia and Ukraine

4.2 The German chancellor may be turning a corner, says Thorsten Benner: Germany and Ukraine

5. Briefing

5.1 Thinking the unthinkable: The nuclear taboo

6. Europe

6.1 The battle for Severodonetsk: War in Ukraine

6.2 Tragedy on Shakespeare Street: Kharkiv

6.3 Getting the upgrade: American weapons

6.4 The reluctant giant: Germany and Ukraine

6.5 For hedgehogs, not road hogs: Wildlife crossings

6.6 Squabbling in unison: Charlemagne

7. Britain

7.1 Separation anxiety: The Supreme Court

7.2 What changed?: Boris Johnson’s future

7.3 Beauty mixed with commerce: Market halls

7.4 Youth offender, adult criminal: Criminal justice

7.5 Gridlocked: Electrification

7.6 Business as flusual: A post-pandemic thought experiment

8. United States

8.1 The not-so-super market: Food retailers

8.2 Mall makeovers: New uses for old stores

8.3 Hey, big spender: California primaries

8.4 The religious majority: Pro-choice clergy

8.5 Adjusting their sights: Gun advocates

8.6 Policing differently: First responders

8.7 The zombie nuclear deal: Lexington

9. Middle East & Africa

9.1 Better luck this time: Somalia

9.3 Inequality before the law: Criminal justice in Kenya

9.4 More than just business buddies: Israel and Morocco

10. The Americas

10.1 Fight the power company: Peru

10.2 The great rain robbery: Adapting to climate change

10.3 A change is gonna come: Colombia

11. Asia

11.1 Interfering Imran: Pakistani politics

11.2 The rights of one man: Kazakhstan

11.3 Powering up: Gaming in Asia

11.4 Knock-on effects: The Philippines

11.5 Steaming ahead: Climate targets

11.6 Incredible hulks: Banyan

12. China

12.1 Imperfect spies: Chinese intelligence

12.2 Treasured islands: China in the Pacific

12.3 Down with the tyrants: Sand demand

12.4 Xi bans grumbling by party elders: Chaguan

13. International

13.1 Survival of the bookish: Education and climate

14. Business

14.1 On her CEO’s secret service: Corporate espionage

14.2 Patent aggression: Business in Russia

14.3 Leaning out: A shake-up at Meta

14.4 “Top Gun” takes off: The movies

14.5 Hire hurdles: Digital labour

14.6 Your whole self: Bartleby

14.7 Powerless proxies: Schumpeter

15. Finance & economics

15.1 The shape of things to come: Recession watch

15.2 Crude calculations: Oil prices

15.3 Growth v debt: China’s economy

15.4 Balance of payments: Consumer spending

15.5 The inventory cycle returns: Buttonwood

15.6 Red elephants?: Free exchange

16. Science & technology

16.1 Reef knots: Conservation

16.2 Like father, like son?: Testosterone and family life

16.3 O for the wings of an albatross: Aerodynamics

16.4 Froggie went a sportin’: Conserving amphibians

17. Culture

17.1 The new ventriloquists: Live music

17.2 Stuck in the middle with you: Intermediaries

17.3 Desperate straits: New American fiction

17.4 Music for procrastinators: Buddhist bubblegum

17.5 No place like home: Banishment

17.6 Family matters: Johnson

18. Economic & financial indicators

18.1 Economic data, commodities and markets: Indicators

19. Graphic detail

19.1 Beating the bounds: Gerrymandering in America

20. The Economist explains

20.1 Why this Atlantic hurricane season is predicted to be unusually stormy: The Economist explains

20.2 Why fertiliser prices are soaring: The Economist explains

21. Obituary

21.1 To ride, to win: Lester Piggott