The World Economic Forum is the international institution committed to improving the state of the world through public-private cooperation.
Whether it's creating more legal avenues or dispelling stereotypes, we have the power to prevent migrants risking their lives as they flee violence and poverty, writes William Lacy Swing.
In an age of information, intelligence gathering has become increasingly integral to national and international security – but at what cost to our privacy?
The world stands to gain from Africa avoiding the high-carbon pathway followed by today’s rich world and emerging markets, writes Caroline Kende-Robb.
Despite regional turmoil, MENA needs to continue pushing reforms and initiatives to boost productivity, create jobs and deepen economic integration.
On the occasion of the World Economic Forum on East Asia, the President of Indonesia and other dignitaries share their views on the regional implications of a changing global environment.
Karen Gleason from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on developing a world food safety index.