Data is changing the fight against corruption. Do recent events mark a game changing moment?
New National Security Council chief of staff H.R. McMaster provide his list of essential reading for anyone interested in military affairs.
Platform societies and economies are pushing governments to become more innovative. Can they meet the challenge, asks Helen Margetts.
The government of the future operates seamlessly across boundaries to address complex challenges in a hyperconnected world, writes Jane Fountain.
Keep an eye out, and you will soon be able to 'see' the very future of the public sector, writes Gregory Curtin.
Data is becoming a source of wealth and public value, the lifeline of the digital society, writes Yasar Jarrar. So where does government fit in?
The most successful societies have the freedom to innovate - and to do so with input from its citizens, writes Olli-Pekka Heinonen.
There are many ways governments can create safe and prosperous societies - but these three are the most effective, writes Anne-Marie Slaughter.
The digital revolution is changing everything – even our democracies.
Developing the leadership capacity of girls not only helps them to secure better livelihoods, but can also create a generation capable of delivering future change.
Professor Rosa Freedman argues the UN needs to change in response to a changing world.
The world is a more dangerous place, which makes it more important than ever for developed democracies to come together.
The World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos takes place this year in the run-up to the inauguration of Donald Trump as US president.
"We are now required to defend our ideals in ways we have not had to defend them before."
Last year, we argued – against the conventional wisdom at the time – that the risk of a Leave victory in the UK referendum was substantial, fuelled in particular by widespread concerns ab...