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Less chilly

A slightly warmer relationship between the West

and Russia

Barack Obama and free trade: Economic vandalism

A protectionist move that is bad politics, bad economics, bad

diplomacy and hurts America. Did we miss anything?

Germany's election: A change of partners?

Angela Merkel would like to head a new coalition. That would be just

the start to answering Germany’s long-term problems

The car industry: Small isn't beautiful

Carmakers have a problem as people move to smaller vehicles

Schumpeter: Taking flight

This week we launch a new column on business and management.

Why call it Schumpeter?

Thailand's political army: Where power lies

Coups are such an old-fashioned way of running things

Correspondent's diary: The Valdai club, day four

Lunching with Dmitry Medvedev

LVMH in the recession: The substance of style

The luxury-goods group is benefiting from a flight to quality, but is

also facing questions about its breadth and balance

Risk, regulation and children: A toxic mix

A petting farm closes; a database opens

The UN report on Israel and Gaza: Israel in the dock

Chastising Israel's government and its army for their actions in Gaza

Tech.view: Waste not, want not

Ethanol from rubbish is the latest biofuel

Europe.view: Not good enough

East Europe's premier economic forum could be much better

Schumpeter: Taking flight

This week we launch a new column on business and management.

Why call it Schumpeter?

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1. War crimes in Gaza:

Crimes of war

2. America, China and

protectionism: Wearing

thin

3. Health-care reform in

America: Fired up and

ready to go

4. Venezuela's foreign policy:

Friends in low places

5. Barack Obama and free

trade: Economic vandalism

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Immigrants causing

panic: we've been here

before

Something for the "Eurabia"

crowd to ponder

From Charlemagne's notebook

In search of discipline

It really is impossible to cut

spending

From Free exchange

Health-insurance

reform and race

At least we're not arguing

over Medicaid queens with

triple bypasses

From Democracy in America

An upturn in premiumclass

figures...

But the forecast for airlines'

losses worsens

From Gulliver

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