2016年3月7日 星期一

1843; The Economist 2015年12月19日"Christmas double issue"

  •  2 September, 1843 — The Economist newspaper first published (preliminary issue dated August).

2016.3.7 知道The Economist 另外有姐妹報  1843....


Intelligent Life Poised for Rebirth as 1843

GET SMART: Intelligent Life, The Economist’s culture and lifestyle magazine that publishes six times a year, is set to relaunch in early 2016 with expanded content and a new name, 1843.
The title plans to broaden and enhance its coverage with a fashion shoot in every issue; profiles of headline-makers from The Economist, and in-depth travel narratives. It will come out six times a year.
For the launch issue, a profile of Marine Le Pen is already in the works, while the Scottish writer and historian William Dalrymple is currently working on a travel story in Iran.






Many people are putting off having children until they’re older. Thankfully, improving technology means there are more—and better—alternatives to the old-fashioned way of getting pregnant, reports 1843, The Economist’s new sister magazine






29日傍晚去郵局寄書到高雄,順道到某二手書店逛,無所獲,離開時買本The Economist 2015年12月19日出的"Christmas double issue",85元。.....睡前展讀,驚訝地發現除零售價從160元漲到330元之外,編輯和文章風格,竟然與1980年代初的"一樣" (我在上世紀末20年是該刊的訂戶),這是很不簡單、了不起的事(譬如說該刊文章都不具名,Essex 大學某榮譽博士?說她應徵The Economist,未錄用,後來她在其他FT等報刊的具名文章浪得虛名......)。


Print edition
Dec 19th, 2015

The world this week

The world this year (3)
KAL's cartoon (28)

Leaders

Disney
Star Wars, Disney and myth-making (29)
Spain’s general election
¡Feliz Navidad, España! (112)
South Africa
Try again, the beloved country (179)
Climate change
Hopelessness and determination (80)
Our country of the year
Most favoured nation (106)

Letters

On climate change, Japan, Augustine, sugar, music, Bernie Sanders
Letters to the editor (8)

Briefing

Briefing: Disney
The force is strong in this firm (31)

United States

Capital punishment in America
Who killed the death penalty? (103)
Muslim refugees
Doing just fine (90)
The polls and Donald Trump’s outbursts
Enough said (134)
Lexington
Miss Manners (49)

The Americas

Legalising pot in Canada
Justin Trudeau and the cannabis factory(127)
West Indian cricket
Gone with the Windies (16)

Essay

Animal minds
Animals think, therefore…

Asia

Pakistan confronts extremism
Job half-done (46)
Thailand’s royal pooch
Who are you calling a bitch? (16)
North Korea’s rock chicks
Songs of praise (20)
Mongolia and mining
Back in the saddle? (8)

China

Internal migration
Shifting barriers (18)
Philanthropy
Panda power (24)

Middle East and Africa

South Africa’s democracy
The hollow state (109)
Skiing in Iran
Off piste in the Islamic Republic (36)
Saudi Arabia
One (very) small step for a woman (18)

Europe

Spain’s elections
Clean hands (45)
German immigration
All down the line (89)
European borders
A real border guard at last (51)
French politics
Outflanking Marine (34)
Charlemagne
Down but not out (10)

Britain

Industrial woes
The makers stumble (2)
Airports
Stuck in a holding pattern (5)
The Thatcher auction
The final sell-off (23)
Organised crime
Bad blood (17)
The fat of the land
Mapping obesity (8)
Britain Only Articles flagged with this icon are printed only in the British edition of The Economist

International

The Paris agreement on climate change
Green light (9)
Forests and climate change
Hope for the trees (6)

Christmas Specials

Hitler
What the Führer means for Germans today(620)
Sport and diplomacy
Cuban baseball crisis (10)
The Ottoman caliphate
Straddling two worlds (178)
The Chinese at play
Park life (33)
The future of the past
Out with the old (21)
Agony aunts through the ages
Whatever should I do? (5)
Murder and memory
That dear old oak in Georgia (26)
The Gujarati way
Going global (164)
American cryptology
The Black Chamber (30)
An 18th-century outrage
Lèse humanité (37)
Travel in Russia
The gauge of history (99)
Miniature painting
Bosom buddies (43)
Caterpillar fungus
The emperor’s mighty brother (22)
Preserving manuscripts
Faith’s archivists (3)

Business

Chinese business and the state
Another turn of the screw (20)
Roll-ups
Serial thrillers (3)
India’s low-cost carriers
Ascending above the turbulence (13)
Schumpeter
Here comes SuperBoss (26)

Finance and economics

High-yield bonds
Canary or canard? (9)
Ukraine’s prospects
Still on the edge (128)
Festive splurges
Bank run (3)
Buttonwood
Naughty, not nice (7)
Free exchange
Wookienomics (25)

Science and technology

Human exoskeletons
Full metal jacket (9)
The perils of public office
A merry life but a short one (29)
Materials science
No tangled web (5)
Some cosmic Christmas baubles
Extra-solar planets (3)

Books and arts

Musical diplomacy
Patriotism on Broadway (55)
Philosophy in practice
The lives of moral saints (19)
The Western mind
Lost soul (14)

Obituary

Obituary: Brajraj Mahapatra
King of mud, king of rain (18)

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