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“I've always seen a great deal of lyricism in the American baking tradition. I think that Americans are, in my experience...slightly more seasonally-led” On “The Economist Asks”, @Nigella_Lawson and @AnneMcElvoy discuss the perfect Thanksgiving menu https://t.co/f8kTf28jbG
RT @EconCulture: At the World Cup of 1986, Diego Maradona ascended from infamy to sublimity in a single game. From the archive https://t.co/LXymEwGLBu https://t.co/GE6aGmVLRS
“Refugee Nights” eschews lectures and instead crams panel discussions, film excerpts, cookery classes and performances into three hour-long episodes https://t.co/q9k5i7W3MJ
On our “Checks and Balance” podcast, @Susan_Hennessey, a senior fellow at @BrookingsInst and former lawyer at the National Security Agency, explains the harmful implications of Donald Trump’s last-minute personnel moves and refusal to concede https://t.co/mTr0x9dtmJ
This week’s “Money Talks” with @Pat_Lane explores a quiet revolution in asset management:
-Who are the winners and losers in the race to zero fees?
-Has value investing had its day?
-Does the quest for higher returns lead to China?
In Joe Biden, America will have a competent president who respects expertise and is committed to bringing people together #TheWorldIn2021 https://t.co/c8MSnfvPVN
This was his moment and he fluffed it. How Dominic Cummings wasted the opportunity of a lifetime https://t.co/uiZxJWoDGh From @1843mag
Why is the English word for turkey the same as a country’s name? On “The Intelligence” @ellen_nye reveals the Thanksgiving bird’s globe-trotting history https://t.co/11FxLDUgQD https://t.co/RZIgrknEnQ
The complicated nature of the covid-19 recession makes it tricky to work out which businesses will lose out, and which will thrive https://t.co/U5AyjXQw5n
“A successful transition is all about ensuring that the new administration is ready on day one.” On our “Checks and Balance” podcast, @MaxStier says a good handover needs a co-operative incumbent https://t.co/ldr9swSz2B
“I've always seen a great deal of lyricism in the American baking tradition. I think that Americans are, in my experience...slightly more seasonally-led” On “The Economist Asks”, @Nigella_Lawson and @AnneMcElvoy discuss the perfect Thanksgiving menu https://t.co/xkW0jkeIoL
“Bush really saw that his responsibility was to ensure that the hand-off was as good as it could possibly be.” @MaxStier tells “Checks and Balance” that George W. Bush set a standard for presidential transitions https://t.co/fH5eqeGcCj https://t.co/DCNzgzprP1
“It's a really important vaccine because it’s cheap, easy to transport and easy to make. It can be kept in a fridge for six months [and] global capacity to make it is huge.” @NatashaLoder on the importance of findings by @OxfordVacGroup and @AstraZeneca https://t.co/BEoeSvjJEe
The book of Revelation, which does not mention the Antichrist by name, provided a whole menagerie of aliases and clues, from the Whore of Babylon to the seventh head of the dragon rising from the sea https://t.co/SWf7guMniP
Have you already put the tree up? To counter the seasonal gloom, many households are getting their Christmas decorations up early https://t.co/MnC27AxLuw
Protests in Thailand are escalating, and increasingly directed at the king. @tfexj tells “The Intelligence” that the demonstrators are younger and more fearless than ever https://t.co/QgqO0p45tt
This summer, many companies pledged to improve diversity and help tackle racial inequality. Now they must figure out how to make good on those promises https://t.co/BuVMRCzORW
Catch me if you can: @1843mag embeds with a coronavirus track-and-trace team in Yorkshire https://t.co/NsygZYlGKj
Impressive investment plans recently unveiled by Enel, Iberdrola and NextEra show that renewables have moved from niche to the big time https://t.co/4rknAmvq0f
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