The Economist 30 April 2011 Issue

The United States: What's Wrong with America's Economy?

Its politicians are failing to tackle the country's real problems. Believe it or not, they could learn from Europe

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America's Transport Infrastructure: Life in the Slow Lane

Americans are gloomy about their economy's ability to produce. Are they right to be? We look at two areas of concern, transport infrastructure and innovation

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The Revolt in Syria: Not so Easy

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Britain's Voting System: Yes or No?

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Cloud Computing: Break-ins and Breakdowns

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Poland: a Place at the Top Table

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Constitutional Reform: All Change

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The 2012 Republican Primaries: Exit a Heavyweight

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Canada's Election: Harper's Elusive Majority

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Cuba's Cigar Industry: Smoked out

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Japan's Politics: Rebuilding or Ruining?

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Taiwan's Opposition: Just Ask the Public

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The Battle for Libya: Pressure Points

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Nigeria's Election: the Turbulent North

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Coalition Woes: the One-Year Itch

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