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Negative rates are not that dramatic

Division among central bankers reflects errors that have distorted debate, writes Adam Posen

Pessimists hold the key to Europe’s future

Most in the Visegrad states are positive about the EU but worry about its survival, writes Ivan Krastev

Virgin exposes Corbyn’s tale on the train

The Labour leader becomes embroiled in a dispute with a powerful businessman, writes Sebastian Payne

Farming’s fate lies with the Treasury

Few sectors are more deeply affected by Brexit than agriculture

China refuses to respect the rule of law

Lawyers who seek justice for clients are being targeted and imprisoned, writes Peter Humphrey

Russia and Iran join hands on Syria

Moscow and Tehran take advantage of American mis-steps in the Middle East, writes David Gardner

Corsica clashes fan ethnic tension

Notebook: No Islamist link has been proved, but France feels under attack

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Olympian heights

What can the games teach us about economics?

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The crisis in Anglo-American democracy

Trump of the Republicans and Corbyn of the Labour party are recycling some bad old ideas

Algorithms can penalise by race

It is easier to blame individual psychology than look for systemic answers, writes Trevor Phillips

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