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FoundedSeptember 1843
Interest ofFrançois Duchene
Subpage(s)The Economist/Chair
The Economist/Editor
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The Economist is a weekly magazine.


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In recent years, the editor has tended to attend the Bilderberg.


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On 8 February, The Economist published China’s rulers see the coronavirus as a chance to tighten their grip on the Chinese response to the COVID-19 outbreak. It began with the claim that "Officials are playing politics with the viral outbreak" and concluded that "Every crisis is a chance to strengthen the party’s grip. A virus is no exception."[1]


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Wikileaks during the United States presidential election of 2016 was concerned with the reporting of the Economist and its editorial oversight by Lynn Forester de Rothschild.[2][3][4] Criticism continued thereafter.[5][6]


A Quote by The Economist

Global Strategies Group“Global Risk Strategies was a two-man team until the invasion of Afghanistan. Now it has over 1,000 guards in Iraq — more than many of the countries taking part in the occupation—manning the barricades of the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA). Last year it also won a $27m contract to distribute Iraq's new dinar.”March 2004


Employees on Wikispooks

Shashank JoshiDefence editor2018Attended 2022 Bilderberg
Graeme MaxtonRegional Director of the Economist Intelligence Unit20052007Later Club of Rome Secretary General
Xan SmileyEditor-at-large1992"Bagehot" and "Charlemagne" columnist. Attended spooky Le Cercle.
Adrian WooldridgeWashington Bureau Chief and Columnist20002021Including as Bagehot, Schumpeter and Lexington columnist. Witnessed a dozen Bilderberg meetings.


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