Among the posts -
- How does The Economist choose what to cover? (a fairly standard gatekeeping/editorial process)
- Why does The Economist call itself a newspaper? (they see themselves as trying to be more comprehensive in coverage than most magazines, so they call themselves a "comprehensive weekly newspaper for the world")
- Is The Economist left- or right- wing? (It claims to be neither, but is pro-free enterprise and pro-individual freedom. A sort of libertarian perspective, although they prefer the label "classically liberal")
Not as big a splash as Vanity Fair, but then again it's not a centenary. But 170 years is not a milepost to ignore.
Source - How does The Economist choose what to cover?, The Economist explains