Sep 30, 2013

The Economist | New Selected Articles September 30, 2013: Clmate change, Esperanto and apocalypse.



Monday September 30th 2013
Editor's picks
A selection of new stories from Economist.com
Free exchange: Get a life
The Economist explains: Who converts to Islam?


Babbage:
Climate change: it's still our fault
The UN's climate-change panel pins the blame on man
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Free exchange:
Get a life
If you're more productive, you get to work less
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Prospero:
Simple, logical and doomed
Why Esperanto will never quite become the international language of choice
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Free exchange:
Who converts to Islam?
Samantha Lewthwaite, a British convert to Islam, is wanted by Interpol over an alleged bomb-plot. How many people convert to Islam, and why?
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Erasmus:
The politics of apocalypse

Talk of the end times (recently toned down in Iran) often surfaces in bewildering moments
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