Research suggests we are increasingly not using our cars.
Dani Rodrik argues that global citizens must be cautious not to forget about their compatriots and national needs and challenges.
An InterNations survey of expats includes a look at Family Life Index, looking a life abroad with children.
Protecting our water sources brings a wealth of benefits.
Ricardo Hausmann on why voters choose authenticity, and whether that includes recklessness.
Professor Colin Tyler explores how leaders can reclaim identity and nurture it as a positive political force.
Chinese immigrants and students have found a community through running in Central Park.
If you live in a Nordic country, then you probably trust others. A Mediterranean country? Forget it
Technology has made us more connected and globalized than ever before, yet it is also shaping an age of civic disengagement. What's the answer to this modern malaise?
More and more people in the West are losing faith in democracy. And the younger they are, the sharper the trend, a new study reveals.
One of the European Union’s smallest member states, with a population of 1.3 million, is one of its most optimistic too.
Examining economic and political conditions in the run-up to the Italian election.
Axel Bruns looks at echo chambers and the influence of social media on political outcomes.
Nobel laureate Robert J. Shiller looks at what Donald Trump's supporters want, and whether he can give it to them.
New research links income inequality with greater civic engagement among young people.