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Exceptionally, we have one cover and two post-Brexit leaders this week. In Britain and Europe our opening leader looks at the chaos in Britain following the ballot. Although Britons voted against the EU, it is highly unclear what exactly they voted for. We set out some of the possibilities

In other editions our opening leader looks at a broader lesson from the referendum. As an angry rebellion against the establishment, the triumph of Brexit is a warning of how the Western liberal order is vulnerable to the alienation of people who feel they have been left behind

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The new silk road
“One belt, one road”, China’s blueprint to tie together Asia and Europe into one vast trading network, could reshape geopolitics and the world economy
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“One belt, one road”, China’s blueprint to tie together Asia and Europe into one vast trading network, could reshape geopolitics and the world economy
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The attack in Istanbul
Turkey’s friendly turn in foreign policy has been punctured by yet another bombing
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Interplanetary travel
A mission to Jupiter will investigate the history of the giant planet—and the histories of its cousins in other solar systems
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A mission to Jupiter will investigate the history of the giant planet—and the histories of its cousins in other solar systems
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Passport: Buenos Aires
Tour Argentina’s capital with a street artist, a polo player and a dancer in the latest episode of “Passport”, our travel series for the intellectually curious
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Tour Argentina’s capital with a street artist, a polo player and a dancer in the latest episode of “Passport”, our travel series for the intellectually curious
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Politics this week
In its second election in six months, Spain once again voted for a fragmented parliament. Following relatively successful results for his conservative People’s Party, the prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, called for a grand coalition—a request that opposition parties have refused. Spain’s far-left Podemos party fared badly
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Business this week
A referendum vote in Britain to leave the European Union battered global stockmarkets, wiping $3 trillion off global share-price values over two days. The FTSE 250, a share index comprising mostly British companies and investment trusts, fell by 14% over three days. The pound plunged to its lowest level in three decades
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