A British Magazine
founded in 1848. It is a weekly that provides it's readers news of World Politics, recent advances in science, ect. It is set up in 16 parts, The World this Week, Leaders, Letters, Briefing of a major topic, United States
, The Americas, Asia, Middle East and Africa, Europe, Britain, International, Business, Finance and Economics, another briefing,science and Technology, Books and Arts, Economic and Financial Indicators, and Obituary. Every once and a while there is also a 14 to 18 page section on a specific topic, and quarterly some articles from a sister magazine, Intelligent Life.
Many Political and Economic leaders read The Economist Magazine.