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78 pages.Volume 431, number 9139. Features: *The most plausible way to clean up the rainbow nation is to back Cyril Ramaphosa. He has brought South Africa back from the brink. But even if his party wins the general election in May, he faces a daunting task *Huawei: Britain's artful compromise. Its calibrated approach to dealing with the Chinese telecoms giant is a model for other countries. How Huawei became mired in political controversy. Growing foreign suspicion is hemming in China Inc's rising global stars *Behind the attacks in Sri lanka: The bombers wanted to provoke a clash of civilizations. Don't fall into their trap. Islamist suicide-bombers kill more than 350 people *After Mueller, what next?: Now that the special counsel's report is public, here is what Congress should do with it. For the time being, the President is above the law *Oil's threat to global growth: Rising oil prices could yet prevent a rebound in the world economy. America is seeking to reshape oil markets
Publication Date:27 April 2019
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