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theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, consequences.

theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, consequences.

theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, a bitter pill

theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, a bitter pill

theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, a bail-out.

theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, a bail-out.

theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, Father’s Day.

theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, Father’s Day.

theeconomist:

Daily chart: who spends the most on the military? America’s defence spending, at nearly $700 billion a year, is bigger than that of the next 17 countries combined.

theeconomist:

Daily chart: who spends the most on the military? America’s defence spending, at nearly $700 billion a year, is bigger than that of the next 17 countries combined.

theeconomist:

Daily chart: graduate salary expectations. Women studying in the top European institutions expect on average to earn around $12,000 less than men.

theeconomist:

Daily chart: graduate salary expectations. Women studying in the top European institutions expect on average to earn around $12,000 less than men.

theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, the peace process

theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, the peace process

theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, a tourist.

theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, a tourist.

theeconomist:

Europe’s leaders make a motley line-up in Peter Schrank’s illustration. Their weakness is paralysing decision-making in the European Union.

theeconomist:

Europe’s leaders make a motley line-up in Peter Schrank’s illustration. Their weakness is paralysing decision-making in the European Union.

theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, the burning question.

theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, the burning question.

theeconomist:

Daily chart: the world’s biggest defence budgets America accounts for 60% of the world’s defence spending. But Saudi Arabia tops the charts when defence budgets are compared to GDP.

theeconomist:

Daily chart: the world’s biggest defence budgets America accounts for 60% of the world’s defence spending. But Saudi Arabia tops the charts when defence budgets are compared to GDP.

theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, sitting on the fence.

theeconomist:

KAL’s cartoon: this week, sitting on the fence.