The Economist 19th July 2008
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This week :
A special report on al-Qaeda
Al-Qaeda has made terrorism truly global, to deadly effect. But it may yet prove to be its own worst enemy
Finance and economics: Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
America's deeply flawed system of housing finance
Turkey’s future: Flags, veils and sharia
Behind the court case against Turkey’s ruling party lies an existential question: how Islamist has the country become?
World trade: Defrosting Doha
Within a week the Doha round of trade talks could be ready to serve or left to rot
Aviation: Crisis? What crisis?
While the airlines flounder, planemakers soar
Indonesia: More religions, more trouble
Radical Muslim and Christian groups stoke Papua's conflict
Digital libraries: Great minds think (too much) alike
Is the web narrowing scientists’ expertise?
John Templeton, investment analyst and philanthropist
The thrifty investor went long on God
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