The Economist, April 19, 2008

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Food: The silent tsunami
Food prices are causing misery and strife around the world. Radical solutions are needed.

The return of Silvio Berlusconi: Mamma mia
Italians may come to regret electing Silvio Berlusconi once again.

McCainomics: One cheer for the Arizona senator
John McCain has followed the Democrats down the populist road.

Zimbabwe: Africa's shame
South Africa's president has prolonged Zimbabwe's agony.

Brazil: An economic superpower, and now oil too
Oil could transform Brazil's economy. But not necessarily for the better.

Derivatives: Taming the beast
It is time to simplify derivatives trading -- but not to stunt it.

Disney: Magic restored
Under its new boss Disney has staged an impressive creative turnaround -- and is making synergy work.

Macquarie Group: For whom the tolls swell
A global bank that epitomised the era of easy credit confounds its critics -- so far.

Cancer therapy: Stemming the tumorous tide
Cancers grow from stem cells. That discovery should translate into better treatment for tumours of all types.

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