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The World in 2014
The World in 2014
Our annual publication of serious forecasts and wild speculation is out now in Vietnam
Please contact us for the Print of The World in 2014:
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Special report: The Koreas - Parallel worlds
The 38th parallel, separating north and south, is Korea’s most important dividing line. But it is only one of many, says Simon Cox
Oct 26th 2013 |From the print edition
Special reports - All creatures great and small
Biodiversity, once the preoccupation of scientists and greens, has become a mainstream concern. Liberal helpings of growth and technology are the best way of preserving it, says Emma Duncan
Sep 14th 2013 |From the print edition
The future of transport - No loopy idea
Elon Musk, electric-car entrepreneur and proponent of private colonies on Mars, now plans to redesign the railway
Aug 17th 2013 |From the print edition
America and Russia - No speaks
America and Russia
No speaks
Aug 7th 2013, 17:17 by The Economist | WASHINGTON AND MOSCOW
Special reports : The Arab spring - A climate of change
A climate of change

The spring proved fickle, but Arabs are still yearning for it, says Max Rodenbeck
Jul 13th 2013 |From the print edition
Special reports- Europe’s reluctant hegemon
Germany, now the dominant country in Europe, needs to rethink the way it sees itself and the world, says Zanny Minton Beddoes
Jun 15th 2013 |From the print edition
Rebalancing the economy - Bottoms up
Consumption in China may be much higher than official statistics suggest
Mar 30th 2013 | HONG KONG |From the print edition
Special report: America's competitiveness - Cheer up
Political gridlock may be bad for America’s economy, says Edward McBride, but the underlying growth prospects are much brighter than they seem
Mar 16th 2013 |From the print edition
Special reports - A hopeful continent
African lives have already greatly improved over the past decade, says Oliver August. The next ten years will be even better
Mar 2nd 2013 |From the print edition
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