2023-02-16-Economist Graphs

1. The world this week

1.1 Politics

1.2 Business

1.3 KAL’s cartoon

1.4 This week’s cover

2. Leaders

2.1 Inflation will be harder to bring down than markets think

2.2 Nicola Sturgeon’s resignation is part of Britain’s great moderation

2.4 The world won’t decarbonise fast enough unless renewables make real money

2.5 Nigeria desperately needs a new kind of leadership

3. Letters

3.1 Letters to the editor

4. By Invitation

4.1 Asiwaju Bola Tinubu on why he is running to be Nigeria’s president

4.2 Peter Obi on why he is running to be Nigeria’s president

4.3 The overhaul of Israel’s judiciary will maim its democracy, says Polly Bronstein

5. Briefing

5.1 Lots of investors think inflation is under control. Not so fast

6. Europe

6.1 Why there are so few babies in southern Europe

6.2 Turkey’s earthquakes show the deadly extent of construction scams

6.3 Moldova fears it may fall victim to a Russian coup plot

6.4 Poland’s rule-of-law conflict with the EU is coming to a head

6.5 Trouble at Italy’s San Remo song festival

6.6 What’s behind France’s fatal fascination with Russia

7. Britain

7.1 Nicola Sturgeon leaves with Scotland split in two

7.2 Britons take against asylum hotels

7.3 The shape of the post-pandemic economy in Britain

7.4 The mystery of the twitching crabs

7.5 Britain could soon give up its last African colony

7.6 The Brexit Re-enactment Society

8. United States

8.1 Nikki Haley’s bid illustrates the problems of the Republican Party

8.2 Pandemic eviction bans have spawned a renters’-rights movement

8.3 In the wake of violence American cities resort to youth curfews

8.4 Should tech platforms be liable for the content they carry?

8.5 Volunteers teach debating skills to America’s incarcerated

8.6 What America has been shooting down in the sky

8.7 Why proposed laws targeting drag shows are proliferating in America

9. Middle East & Africa

9.1 Can a political underdog save Nigeria?

9.3 Bashar al-Assad does not want to let a calamity go to waste

10. The Americas

10.1 Latin America’s left-wing presidents risk stoking inflation

10.2 Daniel Ortega expels 222 political prisoners from Nicaragua

10.3 Latin America’s prisons are overcrowded and violent

11. Asia

11.1 India and Pakistan are choking on each other’s pollution

11.2 The Taliban are digging an enormous canal

11.3 Australia re-bans alcohol in some Aboriginal communities

11.4 After silencing critics at home, Narendra Modi goes after foreign media

12. China

12.1 How China’s police are ensnaring thousands of suspects abroad

12.2 How much of a concern are China’s overseas police stations?

12.3 Chinese propaganda is surprisingly effective abroad

12.4 China is losing Taiwanese heart and minds

13. International

13.1 Throughout the rich world, the young are falling out of love with cars

14. Business

14.1 What Tencent’s rebound says about prospects for China’s big tech

14.2 What European business makes of the green-subsidy race

14.3 Adani companies’ decent earnings offer only moderate relief

14.4 Corporate intrigue at the heart of K-pop

14.5 Bob Iger makes big changes at Disney

14.6 Why it’s time to get shot of coffee meetings at work

14.7 AI-wielding tech firms are giving a new shape to modern warfare

15. Finance & economics

15.1 War and subsidies have turbocharged the green transition

15.2 Cobalt, a crucial battery material, is suddenly superabundant

15.3 Scrutiny of major crypto institutions is intensifying

15.4 Why more Chinese tourism means more capital flight

15.5 Investors expect the economy to avoid recession

15.6 The World Bank’s embattled chief steps down

15.7 Lael Brainard will take control of America’s economic nerve centre

15.8 The case for globalisation optimism

16. Science & technology

16.1 A new way to clean up the steel industry

16.2 A step towards a contraceptive pill for men?

16.3 Vaccines based on mRNA need to get out of the freezer

16.4 Plants call for help with a chemical employed by people as a drug

16.5 Two of the most enigmatic phenomena in the cosmos may be linked

17. Culture

17.1 A portrait of the Russian artist in the age of Z

17.2 William Byrd was a favourite composer of Elizabeth I

17.3 “My Nemesis” is a tale of middle age, femininity and desire

17.4 American business and propaganda for free markets

17.5 An author reconstructs the life of her murdered sister

17.6 If stigma is the problem, using different words may not help

18. Economic & financial indicators

18.1 Economic data, commodities and markets

19. Graphic detail

19.1 Poor areas suffered 3.5 times more damage in Turkey’s earthquake

20. The Economist explains

20.1 Will avian flu be the next human pandemic?

21. Obituary

21.1 Maya Widmaier-Picasso helped to revive her father’s creativity