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Paris: how to fight back

Hand-picked stories from this week's issue of The Economist.
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  Editor’s Picks   November 19th 2015  
 
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The terrorist attacks in Paris dominate this week’s issue. As well as our cover leader, on how to fight back against Islamic State, we have an obituary of one of the victims, plus a five-page briefing—on France, Europe and its jihadists, the IS “caliphate” and the diplomacy over Syria

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America’s most controversial prosecutor
Enthusiasm for the death penalty has made Dale Cox a hated figure in the liberal press. We listen to his side of the story
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Reinventing German manufacturing
Europe’s biggest economy is rightly worried that its industrial leadership is threatened by digitisation
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Chinese sex education
Although China is enjoying a sexual revolution, its children receive virtually no sex education. It is time to start
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The World in 2016
2016 can be summed up in three words: woes, women and wins. The World In 2016, our annual collection of predictions for the year ahead
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Politics this week
America’s Supreme Court agreed to hear a case that will be the biggest test of the country’s abortion laws since 1992. The dispute centres on a law in Texas that claims to raise the standard of care for women who have abortions, for instance by compelling clinics to have surgical facilities, but which its opponents claim is a ruse to restrict access to the procedure in the state. The court is likely to hear arguments in the spring
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Business this week
Square, a mobile-payments firm, priced its IPO on the New York Stock Exchange at $9 a share, below the range of $11-13 a share it had been hoping for, thereby fuelling questions about the true value of the tech industry’s “unicorn” startups
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