We looked inside some of the tweets by @TheEconomist and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Climate change touches everything The Economist reports on. It must be tackled urgently. There is no alternative. Our special issue this week https://econ.st/30uVwF1
It held the cold, old and pure water that sustained the locals. They imagined the little glacier would always go on giving https://econ.st/2Axosl2
“Individual changes in themselves are not very important. The point is [they are] a catalyst for conversation with others to try and drive that change more widely.” @KevinClimate examines behaviour and climate change on this week's "Babbage" podcast https://econ.st/30x8KRl
Among other things the code outlaws extramarital sex and same-sex relations, and criminalises criticism of the president https://econ.st/2Azoby3
They’ll be there for you https://econ.st/2AAQagF
“It’s a cultural genocide.” That’s how Nury Turkel, a Uighur activist, describes China’s oppression of Muslim Uighurs https://econ.st/3066S64
The EU is aiming for a defence industry capable of holding its own against American behemoths https://econ.st/30x47H2
Locals hope that the restoration of the base will mean work for them https://econ.st/2AzYCwU
Remain-voters prefer cancellation of Brexit to a second referendum by two to one https://econ.st/2AAjbcm
Three in ten 16- to 24-year-olds are now teetotal, up from two in ten in 2005 https://econ.st/30vCbU8
"How much influence does the Chinese government have on Huawei?
@DSORennie, @PatrickFoulis, @StuderSC and @HalHod interview Ren Zhengfei, the company’s CEO and founder, on “The Economist asks” podcast, hosted by @AnneMcElvoy https://econ.st/2AyhDQd "
“Three, four or five degrees centigrade of warming across the century; that's effectively like living on a different planet.” @KevinClimate discusses how climate change might affect the way we live in “Babbage” https://econ.st/30w2MQN
On September 17th, for the first time in a decade, the Fed was forced to inject cash into the short-term money market https://econ.st/2AusRVQ
Most rich countries allow asylum-seekers to work within a few months of applying https://econ.st/30v3uxT
Over-regulation of housing markets is already one of the great policy failures of our time https://econ.st/2Auwknk
The air in Beijing appears cleaner than it was a few years ago https://econ.st/2Axg7xL
South Sudan’s civil war may be winding down, but the danger is far from over https://econ.st/2Azmocc
The WeWork debacle could be the tip of the iceberg for a $100bn fund https://econ.st/2ADN8rX
Massimo Assieni, a Puglian olive grower, mourns the loss of his family's ancient trees https://econ.st/30DjXQJ
The floods that have always plagued Asian cities are becoming more severe https://econ.st/2AzB6jG
Adaptation is essential to reduce the human and economic costs of climate change https://econ.st/30BA5BY