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The Economist film project

More details at: http://bit.ly/haGB7H The Economist Film Project is an initiative by The Economist, in partnership with PBS NewsHour, to showcase the work of ...

The World in 2016

Watch some of the biggest stories of the year ahead – before they happen. Early access to our latest film, featuring behind-the-scenes access to China's Olympic ...

The changing face of tourism | The Economist

Tourism is one of the biggest industries in the world—and it's rapidly changing. Chinese travellers have overtaken Americans as the biggest spenders and ...

Coming Up: More From Our Economist Film Project Series

Find more on: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/news/economist/ Find out more about the Economist Film Project: http://film.economist.com/# Upcoming films on the ...

The new scramble for Africa | The Economist

The past decade has seen a big surge of foreign interest in Africa—involving China, India and Russia. If the continent handles this new "scramble" wisely, the ...

Public enemy: Venezuela's mayor on the run | The Economist

Venezuela is on the brink of ruin. The former mayor of Caracas dared to challenge President Nicolas Maduro's authoritarian regime—and was made a public ...

War is in decline, but for how long? | The Economist

One hundred years after the end of the first world war, battle-related deaths have fallen worldwide. But flashpoints remain and new threats are looming.

The true cost of fast fashion | The Economist

Millions of tonnes of clothes end up in landfill every year—it's one of the fastest-growing categories of waste in the world. How can the fashion industry continue ...

The Economics Behind Music Festivals | The Economist

Music festivals attract 32 million revellers annually around the world. That adds up to an industry worth nearly $10bn a year. Click here to subscribe to The ...

The climate-change experiment | The Economist

Climate-change experts are researching ways to cool down the planet using geoengineering. How could spraying chemicals into the stratosphere help ...

The World If… malaria drugs stop working | The Economist

Malaria is one of the world's biggest killers. And our best weapon against it is at risk. We're in a race against evolution – but what happens if we lose? Find out in ...

The next global arms race? | The Economist

America and Russia have pulled out of the INF, a cold war-era weapons treaty. Why is this significant and what does this mean for global stability? Click here to ...

The year according to KAL | The Economist

World Hijab Day, the legalisation of same-sex marriage in Finland and the release of the Barbie film: our cartoonist KAL gives his take on the most interesting ...

The dim reality of South Africa's new dawn | The Economist

In April 1994, South Africa held its first democratic elections and all races went to the polls to bury apartheid for good. But hopes of a new dawn have been ...

When thoughts control machines | The Economist

Efforts to connect human brains to computers have taken big leaps forward in recent years. Melding our minds with machines could provide the biggest single ...

Daily Watch: mind-stretching short films from The Economist

Introducing Daily Watch: mind-stretching short films during the working week. Click here to subscribe to The Economist on YouTube: http://econ.trib.al/rWl91R7 ...

Is this the future of health? | The Economist

Artificial intelligence is already shaping the world, from driverless cars to dating. But according to Dr Eric Topol, a pioneer in digital medicine, perhaps its greatest ...

Dating in the digital age | The Economist

Over 200m people worldwide use online dating platforms and about one-third of married couples in America meet online. In this week's cover story, The ...

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