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48 Globalisation isn’t working
ROBERT H WADE
The era of liberal globalisation has produced poor economic results.
68 Angela Carter’s beasts
8 Tillyard’s tales
Africans selling bombolone.
Her fairy tales have proved enduring. They contain a black thread tying love to violence.
17 Washington watch
Gore won’t run in 2008.
18 Matters of taste
Fear of fakeness is endangering ﬁlm.
My secret life as a Tesco shopper.
60 Private view
27 Berliner brief
Are the yAas as good as the yBas?
Germans ﬁnd Merkel soothing.
62 Musical notes
37 France profonde
Superbly unhistrionic Schubert. FICTION
France’s two-tier university system.
52 The Labrador ﬁasco
70 Cultural tourist
Nixon on stage. Plus Under the radar.
41 Out of Africa
In Africa age counts—too much?
A story of travellers lost in the wilderness ties me to my father near the end.
42 Inefﬁcient markets
What’s wrong with football coverage. REVIEWS
Is stakeholder capitalism back?
64 John Bull’s small ideas
WEB EXCLUSIVES Gideon Rachman and Jason Cowley’s dispatches from the World Cup
51 Brussels diary
Stefan Collini wittily refutes the claim that Britain has lacked intellectuals. But our culture has been inhospitable to the discussion of general ideas.
80 Notes from underground
66 Another problem of evil
London Underground’s World Cup.
FORTHCOMING David Rose explores new thinking about criminals Nicholas Humphrey reviews Niall Ferguson
THE NEXT ISSUE OF PROSPECT IS PUBLISHED ON 27TH JULY
Nic Dunlop’s investigation into a prison commandant sheds light on the Cambodian holocaust.
4 Letters 6 News & Curiosities plus Enigmas & puzzles IAN STEWART 11 Numbers game THE CRUNCHER 78 The generalist DIDYMUS 79 The list
67 Charmless Hav
By updating her ﬁctional city, Jan Morris offers a farewell to the purpose of travel.
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