Natural disasters, like 2016's earthquakes in Italy, are increasing in severity and frequency. How can we better handle the threat they pose to the future development of the world?
Public institutions and officials must adapt to remain relevant in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Here's how.
Public-private partnership and continuous innovation in security technology are society’s best defence against cybercrime.
Manufacturing jobs are disappearing, but middle-skill jobs, which require additional training or credentials but not a Bachelor’s degree, are not.
At the start of 2017, it feels that many of the world’s greatest challenges are being left unsolved and unaddressed by leaders in government and business.
For many young people today, success means being debt free while the prospect of home ownership is a mirage. What can be done today to stop this from becoming the norm?
Dr. Molly Crockett, a neuroscientist and experimental psychologist at Oxford University, explains why we often punish others even if it hurts ourselves
How can governments help stabilize democracy at a time of globalization and automation?
How to identify risk versus uncertainty and deal with the damage caused by hindsight, as we face global change in 2017
Sławomir Sierakowski looks at the first year of populist rule in Poland.
Professor Ngaire Woods looks at democratic shifts and changes, but argues that we don't live in world where post-truth politics is inevitable.
Social media is transforming the world of politics everywhere. But maybe not in the ways we think.
Joseph Stiglitz explores the likely direction and impact of the Trump administration.
Carl Bildt explores the uncertain future that a Trump presidency brings.
Michael J. Boskin evaluates the impact of the election of Donald Trump.