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Our cover this week is about the market for cannabis now that the argument for legalisation has been won. What sound like details for bureaucrats—how to tax it, who should sell it and to whom—will determine whether reform succeeds or fails

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After New Hampshire
A tycoon snake-oil seller and an aged leftie sweep all before them in the Granite State’s primaries. Oh dear
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The Mekong river nurtures stunning biodiversity. Its fish feed millions; its delta is the world’s rice basket. All this is threatened by a rash programme of dam-building
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The dismal science of romance
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A “fishball riot” broke out in Hong Kong following reports that officials were trying to clear unlicensed food-hawkers from a working-class neighbourhood. More than 120 people were injured, including 90 police. Members of a political group called Hong Kong Indigenous, which wants the territory to be more separate from China, played a prominent role.
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It was another jittery week for stockmarkets. As well as general worries about the state of the world economy, investors fretted about the health of European banks, causing wild swings in their share prices. Some of the concerns were over Deutsche Bank’s restructuring programme and its capacity to make payments on a specific type of debt
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