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Scotland vote exposes established order

If elites fail to provide more accountable government, politics of exclusion will sweep them aside

Scots’ choice: independence or sterling

The country can achieve two but not all of its three main objectives, writes Krishna Guha

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Deeper reform of housing finance is vital

The huge bet we have taken on leveraging up property has gone very badly wrong

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Changed incentives mean companies have become less honest about profits than they used to be
– Andrew Smithers
Market has drawn an inference that rates will remain at zero for at least six months after October
– Gavyn Davies

Emerging markets brace for a bumpy ride

The increasing role of asset managers is a striking – and risky – change in the credit ecosystem

For or against Isis, Iran must choose

Tehran will show its colours in its attitude to the caliphate it helped build, says Frederic Hof

Savaging Google and American capitalism

The search engine is making way too much money and it just isn’t fair

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Obama’s isolation deepens over Isis

President faces disquiet from the military and his own party

Negative interest rates far from absurd

Need for eurozone action forces out boundaries of economics

Fact and friction in Catalonia’s debate

Lines have been drawn, imaginary or not, in a sham debate in which neither side hears the other

North Korea as ‘The Truman Show’

One needs to be wary of impressions gleaned from Pyongyang, a showcase city


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