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78 pages. Volume 434, number 9179. Features: *The coronavirus is likely to become a pandemic. That need not be as catastrophic as it sounds *How do you contain an epidemic? *China's semi-quarantine will hurt growth at home and abroad *Xi Jinping wants to be both feared and loved by the Chinese people. The coronavirus may change that *Britain after Brexit. As Boris Johnson pilots Britain into uncharted waters, he needs a lodestar *A weakened Britain hopes to draw strength from its alliance with the United States *Britain will diverge from EU regulation. There will be costs and benefits *The Tories need to put the genie of English nationalism back in the bottle *Trump's one-sided peace plan. His proposal highlights the need for new leadership on all sides *It may not bring peace, but it could still have lasting effect *Private markets-a dangerous obsession. When an idea is universally held in finance it often pays to be cautious. Right now almost everyone believes that private markets are better than public ones * The problem with puberty blockers. Drugs offered to transgender children need to be used more cautiously *Some American lawmakers seek a ban
Publication Date:1 February 2020
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