President Xi Jinping and Shakira may have grabbed the headlines during Davos, but the meeting was jam-packed with significant sub-plots that may have flown under your radar.
“It is certain that we will see more and more missions, in many militaries, turned over to robots.” So began the Davos discussion on the future of warfare between world leaders and schola...
Speaking from his position on the front lines of terrorism in Africa, Yemi Osinbajo, Vice-President of Nigeria observed that “the ability of terrorists to connect and interact quickly is ...
Mohamed Yahya suggests that Africa is particularly vulnerable to acts of violent terrorism.
The World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report looks at the biggest risks and challenges facing humanity.
Islam has an image problem. We need to understand it, nurture it and help shield its young people from the grasp of extremist ideologues.
The world continues to spend vastly disproportionate resources on creating and containing violence compared to what it spends on peace.
Russia's hybrid war is neither new nor particularly effective.
In the wake of recent extremist attacks, Europe's far right is calling for an end to open borders within Europe. But that's barking up the wrong tree, writes Wolfgang Lehmacher.
The only way to bridge the violence prevention and reduction funding gap is to come up with innovative solutions.
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As the current migration and refugee crisis has unfolded, one question has frequently been asked: why don’t refugees just stay in Turkey or Greece?
How can we respond to urban terrorism in a way that doesn't destroy the cosmopolitan, diverse and dynamic character of our cities?
Developing a system that recognizes refugees’ special economic status might be the answer to the crisis.
Americans’ attitudes towards torture have hardened over the past decade and a half, according to a Red Cross global survey of public views on war.