“Chaos” in the news

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chaos theory
ensuing chaos

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Express.co.uk
· Brexit LIVE: Boris Johnson's trade deal will look like 'clean no deal Brexit' on Jan 1  
READ MORE: Brexit chaos: 'Difficult' UK-Japan trade deal talks hit impasse
CNA
· Commentary: The collapsing system behind the Beirut port blast  
(and) does thrive on chaos.”
The Guardian
· Thursday briefing: Leaders knew stockpile could 'blow up all of Beirut'  
The Telegraph shows the devastation too but stays close to home for its lead story: “Pupils face exam chaos ‘life sentence’”.
Washington Post
· Beirut’s blast and Lebanon’s deeper crisis  
The huge, deadly explosion that devastated sections of Beirut, the capital city, on Tuesday was the most visceral blow yet for a society that has endured generations of trauma, from famine to bitter civil strife to an influx of more than a million Syrian refugees to a cycle of political chaos and economic dysfunction that has plunged much of the country’s middle class into poverty over just the past year.
Bloomberg
· A Bunch of Really Important Questions for BlackRock (Podcast)  
And because 2020 has been one of the stranger years ever, there’s no time like the present to engage with such a financial powerhouse — especially BlackRock, which has had a front row seat through all of the chaos.
FRANCE 24
· Brazil adrift as virus toll approaches 100,000  
But then, political chaos ensued.
Washington Post
· Live updates: Trump insists virus ‘will go away like things go away’ as deaths surge, economy shudders  
The chaos early in the school year adds to fears voiced by many experts, who have long warned that reopening schools could accelerate the spread of the virus and endanger students and teachers.
The New York Times
· Doing Away With Convention  
On Politics is your guide to the political news cycle, delivering clarity from the chaos.
Washington Post
· Lebanon was already facing multiple crises. Now this.  
BEIRUT — “C’est Beyrouth”, or “it’s Beirut,” is a French term used to describe a state of chaos that has hit a place — a reference to the infamous chaos that lasted for more than 15 years in Lebanon’s capital due to the 1975-1990 civil war.
Seeking Alpha
· Veeco Starting To Look A Little More Interesting On Data Center And Margin Strength  
With management unable to give much constructive guidance after the last quarter and considering the overall level of chaos and modeling uncertainty back then, I do think beats against Street estimates carry an asterisk this quarter, and Veeco is no exception.