2023-01-12-Economist Graphs

1. The world this week

1.1 Politics

1.2 Business

1.3 KAL’s cartoon

2. Leaders

2.1 The destructive new logic that threatens globalisation

2.2 The West should supply tanks to Ukraine

2.3 How Brazil should deal with the bolsonarista insurrection

2.4 America’s trustbusters plan to curtail the use of non-compete clauses. Good

2.5 Fixing Britain’s health service means fixing its family doctors

3. Letters

3.1 Letters to the editor

4. By Invitation

4.1 Daleep Singh on America’s economic statecraft

5. Briefing

5.1 Globalisation, already slowing, is suffering a new assault

6. Europe

6.1 Emmanuel Macron unveils his pension reforms

6.2 The war has devastated Ukraine’s environment, too

6.3 Might Turkey seize a tiny Greek island?

6.4 Turkey is on the point of banning the main Kurdish opposition party

6.5 The Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh have been blockaded by Azerbaijan

7. Britain

7.1 General practitioners are a big part of Britain’s health-care crisis

7.2 How many excess deaths in England are associated with A&E delays?

7.3 Prince Harry’s autobiography is an ill-advised romp

7.4 Lower gas prices will provide only limited relief to Britons

7.5 What the failure of Virgin Orbit means for Britain’s space ambitions

7.6 The longed-for transformation of English farming isn’t happening

7.7 British museums and galleries are dealing with the past, clumsily

8. United States

8.1 After a spectacularly chaotic start for Congress, more discord looms

8.2 What California’s deadly storms reveal about the state’s climate future

8.3 America’s army has launched a scheme to slim down its recruits

8.5 America’s culture wars extend into medicine

8.6 How rappers are strengthening Donald Trump’s movement

9. Middle East & Africa

9.1 After eight dismal years, Nigeria prepares to replace President Buhari

9.2 Ethiopia’s war in Tigray has ended, but deep faultlines remain

9.3 Kenya’s blood shortage and the kicking of an aid addiction

9.4 Protests have subsided in Iran, but clerics cannot yet proclaim victory

9.5 A century-old choice created one of the Gulf’s oddest geopolitical features

9.6 The Arab world’s rulers have turned journalists into courtiers

10. The Americas

10.1 A copycat insurrection in Brazil, and its troubling aftermath

10.2 Erotic statues in Peru are challenging taboos

10.3 Latin American cities are becoming far nicer for poorer inhabitants

11. Asia

11.1 Japan pivots back to nuclear power

11.2 Myanmar’s generals are deeply superstitious

11.3 India’s rocketing internet-user growth has stalled

11.4 South Korea’s travel spat with China

11.5 Abe Shinzo’s assassin achieved his political goals

11.6 The mirage of peace and prosperity in Kashmir

12. China

12.1 Covid is complicating China’s efforts to re-engage with the world

12.2 The cult of Li Wenliang, the doctor who spotted covid-19

12.3 China is still punishing those who protested against zero-covid

12.4 Many Chinese villagers seem ready to move on from covid-19

13. International

13.1 The age of the grandparent has arrived

14. Business

14.1 How technology is redrawing the boundaries of the firm

14.2 Investments in ports foretell the future of global commerce

14.3 German companies fret about a new supply-chain law

14.4 The priciest cars are selling fast

14.5 A humiliating incident on an Air India flight triggers outrage

14.6 How to unlock creativity in the workplace

14.7 Go to Texas to see the anti-green future of clean energy

15. Finance & economics

15.1 What America’s protectionist turn means for the world

15.2 The dollar could bring investors a nasty surprise

15.3 The energy crisis and Europe’s astonishing luck

15.4 Has economics run out of big new ideas?

15.5 The hunt for FTX’s missing riches

15.6 Warnings from history for a new era of industrial policy

16. Science & technology

16.1 Proving a photo is fake is one thing. Proving it isn’t is another

16.2 A praying mantis attacks a nestling

16.3 Wasp larvae that eat aphids alive may save apple crops

16.4 What causes elephant poaching?

16.5 Roman civil engineering has lessons for the modern world

17. Culture

17.1 To their critics, Mexican drug ballads glorify violence

17.2 Cinema meets radicalism in “Picture in the Sand”

17.3 The quest for the perfect chip

17.4 “For Blood and Money” charts a race to develop a blockbuster drug

17.5 How Cambodian music survived the horrors of the Khmers Rouges

17.6 The truth about Stone Mountain’s giant Confederate memorial

18. Economic & financial indicators

18.1 Economic data, commodities and markets

19. Graphic detail

19.1 Antidepressants are over-prescribed, but genuinely help some patients

20. The Economist explains

20.1 What is the House Freedom Caucus?

20.2 What is a tank—and does France’s gift to Ukraine fit the bill?

21. Obituary

21.1 Vivienne Westwood sowed never-ending revolution all through the fashion world