• How the war has changed Russia

    From: The Economist IE    Update time: Oct-16-2022 21:29:pm

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Also: Why Joe Biden visited Kyiv Read in browser February 20th 2023 The Economist today The best of our journalism, handpicked each day A year of war: Militarising Russia The invasion has stalled, but Putin’s war on dissent marches on Russian society is almost as closed and repressive as it was in Soviet times Related Much of Russia’s intellectual elite has fled the country The West is struggling to forge a new arsenal of democracy What Ukraine means for the world Get The Economist free for a month Stay connected with radically independent journalism Subscribe   Ukraine diplomacy Why Joe Biden visited Kyiv His commitment to Ukraine is the main reason the country is still fighting The Altasian option Global firms are eyeing Asian alternatives to Chinese manufacturing Can “Altasia” steal China’s thunder? Proxies and peril The conflict in Ukraine risks inflaming the Sino-American rivalry If China teams up with Russia there will be a world war, says Ukraine’s president Time for the tab The world’s $13trn interest bill We calculate who has been hit hardest by rising rates Schumpeter AI-wielding tech firms are giving a new shape to modern warfare Ukraine is a testing ground for companies like Anduril and Palantir The Economist explains What is Section 230? A law regulating web communications comes before the Supreme Court Daily chart Sea ice in Antarctica is at its lowest-ever level, again A recent decline of ice around the South Pole worries climate scientists Found in translation A BBC monitoring station that listened in on the world is being sold The end of the Cuban missile crisis was first heard in a country house in Berkshire The Intelligence “The regime has a history of weaponising aid”—Syria’s earthquake response Also on the daily podcast: the warning in South Korea’s property wobbles and data reveal what makes a chart-topping tune Economist Films Election How the young could save Nigeria With two-thirds of the population under the age of 30, the country has immense potential Live digital event Subscriber exclusive Ukraine at war: One year on Both Russia and Ukraine are paying a high price, 12 months after the invasion. Our editors will discuss the state of the conflict and the risk of escalation: join them on Friday February 24th at 4pm GMT / 11am EST / 8am PST. We’d like to hear from you   Share your feedback via the email address below. Email [email protected]   Was this email forwarded to you? Sign up here. This email has been sent to: couponkirk. If you'd like to update your details please click here. Replies to this email will not reach us. If you don't want to receive these updates anymore, please unsubscribe here. Keep updated Advertising Info Terms & Conditions Help Privacy Policy Copyright © The Economist Newspaper Limited 2023. All rights reserved. Registered in England and Wales. No.236383   Registered office: The Adelphi, 1–11 John Adam Street, London, WC2N 6HT This email was sent to: 0033z000035ghg5aae This email was sent by: The Economist Newspaper Ltd., The Adelphi, 1-11 John Adam Street, London, London, WC2N 6HT, GB

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