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Nationalist parties are finding a foothold

The rise of the far right in Europe

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EVERY four years Americans elect a president. And every four years, campaign-finance experts predict the coming of the most expensive election in history. The 2016 presidential campaign is no exception.

What Paris’s night of horror means for Europe | The Economist

What Paris’s night of horror means for Europe

THE series of terrorist attacks in Paris last night, which appear to have claimed the lives of up to 140 people, was the nightmare scenario that Western intelligence and security agencies have been warning against for years.

Daily chart: A guide to the Philippines’ history, economy and politics | The Economist

A guide to the Philippines’ history, economy and politics

Daily chart: A guide to the Philippines’ history, economy and politics

Voyager Golden Record

Voyager Golden Record

The undeployed

Unemployment Rate, Semi Detached, Economists, Chart, Terraced House

Daily chart: The dangerous migrant road to Europe | The Economist

The dangerous migrant road to Europe

Daily chart: The dangerous migrant road to Europe | The Economist

Daily chart: Comparing urban air pollution | The Economist

Comparing urban air pollution

Patterns of air pollution can vary widely during the day and by city

Daily chart: 2015 Argentine presidential election primer | The Economist

2015 Argentine presidential election primer

Daily chart: Comparing urban air pollution | The Economist

Comparing urban air pollution

Patterns of air pollution can vary widely during the day and by city

The happiest people in Europe? Scandinavians. Specifically, retired Danish women http://econ.st/1G3JQwg

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ONE frequent stumbling block for the European project is the fact that different countries want different things. Recent Eurostat polling on self-reported happiness highlights those divergences.

Young people are tolerant of other people, except others’ intolerance

Young people and free speech

Migration to Europe: Death at sea | The Economist

Death at sea

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U.S. Election Turmoil Fuels Economic Uncertainty, WSJ Survey Says - WSJ

U.S. Election Turmoil Fuels Economic Uncertainty, WSJ Survey Says

The Big Mac Index by The Economist

Daily chart: Track global burger-based exchange-rates over time with our interactive Big Mac Index

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