Sunday, September 18, 2022

Notations On Our World (Special Edition): On the Passing Of Queen Elizabeth II

It has been quite a week in our World.   Our team decided to feature the Economist of London as we also remember Queen Elizabeth II who passed away as we looked back on the week that was:  

Of royals and sentiments

How the death of Elizabeth II has affected Britain

The crowds of mourners aren’t a good guide


The Economist explains

Do Russia’s military setbacks increase the risk of nuclear conflict?

Tactical nuclear weapons are smaller, but using them would carry huge risks

The homecoming king

The world’s biggest bet on India

What Tata’s $90bn pivot to its home market says about the planet’s fifth-biggest economy

The perils of wishful thinking

To fix America’s inflation problem, the Federal Reserve must go big

The odds that a painful recession can be averted look woefully long

The Economist explains

What is the Shanghai Co-operation Organisation?

Conflicting visions among its growing membership mean it poses little threat to the West


The monarchy’s secret weapon: insincerity

What would Walter Bagehot think?

From ayatollahs to Albania

Iran’s cyberwar goes global

Its targets include not only Israel but at least one NATO member


The complex arms race between predator and prey

A new study attempts to quantify how well disguise works in nature

Truth in 24 frames per second

Jean-Luc Godard expanded the possibilities of cinema

The auteur disregarded the conventions of film-making—with brilliantly radical results

Money Talks

Is this India’s moment?

Our podcast on markets, the economy and business. This week, how the country’s conglomerates are turning inwards and re-shaping India’s futu

The State Funeral is slated for Monday as 500 Dignitaries from almost 200 nations will be attending.

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