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Volume 438, number 9235.
Features: *Nuclear power must be well run, not ditched *Ten years on, the catastrophe has not proved the force for change many expected *The meaning of Xi's police purge: A massive clear-out of the security agencies shows the opacity of power in China *China's domestic-security agencies are undergoing their biggest purge in more than two decades *Can America escape the Middle East? What Joe Biden should aim to do there *The past two American presidents thought they were too involved with the region, but it refused to let them go *The welfare state after Covid-19: Building a social safety net for the post-covid-19 world *The pandemic has transformed the welfare state. Which changes will endure? *It has also led to a proliferation of cash-transfer schemes. Could this pave the way for a universal basic income?
The Economist Newspaper Limited
Publication Date:6 March 2021
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