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Weekly Magazine - 12 October 2017
Democracy for sale
As the Harvey Weinstein sex scandal raises troubling questions about money in US politics, we look at a political system predicated on gargantuan private fundraising.
Our world this week
It was nothing if not dramatic. The eyes of Europe, and indeed the world, were fixed firmly on Barcelona on the evening of October 10 as Carlos Puigdemont, the president of Catalonia, took to the podium in the Catalan parliament.
Big Data is watching you
Online data tracking is so pervasive that the concept of Internet privacy seems almost oxymoronic. Who is watching us, and what do they want with our data?
How Nicolas Maduro pawned Venezuela's future
Venezuela’s government is clinging on by fuelling debt with more debt, but at what cost?
Is Rodrigo Duterte still bulletproof?
The Philippines may be about to turn the page on the bloodiest phase of its war on drugs, as its president appears to bow to months of pressure.
Hamas and Fatah: behind the loveless marriage
In an attempt to stem further dilution of the Palestinian state, the two rivals are choosing unity after a decade of bitter conflict.
Our picks from the international press
Inside the CIA’s black site torture room
A Bakery in a War Zone - Roads & Kingdoms
Syria's World Cup story: Brutal politics behind the beautiful game
Rex Tillerson at the Breaking Point
The Central African Republic could be on the brink of a bloodbath
The good jihadi: inside Indonesia's terrorist boarding school
Week 41 - 12 October 2017
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