2023-01-05-Economist Graphs

1. The world this week

1.1 Politics and business

1.2 KAL’s cartoon

2. Leaders

2.1 A realistic path to a better relationship between Britain and the EU

2.2 How China’s reopening will disrupt the world economy

2.3 Why the gusty North Sea could give Europe an industrial edge

2.5 What the Kevin McCarthy saga means for America’s Congress

3. Letters

3.1 Letters to the editor

4. By Invitation

4.1 Paschal Donohoe on how the euro will thrive in spite of the war in Ukraine

5. Briefing

5.1 How Elon Musk’s satellites have saved Ukraine and changed warfare

6. Europe

6.1 A Russian warlord’s savagery is sending a loud message to Moscow

6.2 France reviews its hunting rules

6.3 Why Poland loves to hate Germany

6.4 Fifty years ago, the EU cracked the secret of its current success

7. Britain

7.1 Assembling a better British relationship with Europe

7.2 Scotland’s new gender-reform law presents Rishi Sunak with a dilemma

7.3 Britain’s offshore wind farms attract tourists

7.4 Britons in their thirties are stuck in a dark age

8. United States

8.1 Chicago’s woes are over-hyped

8.2 Eric Adams and Kathy Hochul have grand plans for New York City

8.3 Republicans struggle to elect a speaker of the House

8.4 Pay-transparency laws do not work as advertised

8.5 The great mystery of American politics

9. Middle East & Africa

9.1 Israel’s new government will test the ties with Arab states

9.2 Sudan’s troubled east is a microcosm of a wider crisis

9.3 Women in the Middle East are leading a revolt against prudish men

10. The Americas

10.1 Brazil’s new president faces a fiscal crunch and a fickle Congress

11. Asia

11.1 Reinventing the Indo-Pacific

11.2 A historic transfer of power in the South Pacific

11.3 Postponing India’s census is terrible for the country

11.4 Pakistan and China find they have little leverage with the Taliban

12. China

12.1 China is overwhelmed, yet an even bigger covid wave may be coming

12.2 The Chinese Communist Party plans to avoid a zero-covid reckoning

13. International

13.1 The death of Pope Benedict removes a problem for liberal Catholics

13.2 Pope Benedict XVI was an iron fist in a white glove

14. Business

14.1 Can the North Sea become Europe’s new economic powerhouse?

14.2 How to have the most productive working day of your life

14.3 A scandal rocks India’s pharmaceutical industry

14.4 Investors conclude that Tesla is a carmaker, not a tech firm

14.5 How to avoid flight chaos

15. Finance & economics

15.1 What the great reopening means for China—and the world

15.2 Imagine an India without hawkers

15.3 Sam Bankman-Fried pleads not guilty

15.4 Will investors have another awful year in 2023?

16. Science & technology

16.1 All around the world, covid surveillance is faltering

16.2 Acidifying the air may protect against covid

16.3 Papers and patents are becoming less disruptive

17. Culture

17.1 Alexander the Great and the birth of the modern world

17.2 “As Gods” is a valuable primer on a controversial science

17.3 “The Thing in the Snow” is a weird but wonderful novel

17.4 For the Tudors, love was an elaborate game

18. Economic & financial indicators

18.1 Economic data, commodities and markets

19. Graphic detail

19.1 America’s 117th Congress accomplished a lot. So did its recent predecessors

20. The Economist explains

20.1 Who is Andrew Tate, the misogynist hero to millions of young men?

21. Obituary

21.1 Pelé went from poverty to football superstardom