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86 pages. Volume 430, number 9126. Features: *Parliament's rejection of the Brexit deal has created a monumental mess. Sorting it out will take time-and a second referendum *The crisis raises questions not just about where Brexit goes next but also about the Conservative Party and democracy in Britain *Britain may be headed for a repeat of the 1850s *The long arm of American law: America's extraterritorial legal campaign against business is undermining its own authority. Some of America's laws apply far beyond its shores. This can leave it open to accusations that it is serving its own commercial interests. The case of General Electric and Alstom *Chickenomics: clucking profitable: How chicken became the rich world's most popular meat *Betting on China's bad debts: Where most see peril, a hardy few see profits *Restraining killer robots: Humans must keep tight control of autonomous weapons. The line between human and inhuman weaponry is fuzzy, important and breaking down
Publication Date:19 January 2019
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