What will the world of work look like for children born this year?
Robert Muggah and Taylor Owen explore global democracy and analyse fears that the liberal order is in decline.
Hundreds of new laws of markedly progressive inspiration will go into effect in California this year.
Widespread automation has yet to come to Asia's developing economies; but it will soon enough.
"As a child growing up in cosmopolitan Lagos, Nigeria, in the mid-1970s, the concept of leadership was pretty simple: the head of the house was king and his word was final."
Public support for it remains strong, according to a Pew Research Center survey conducted earlier this year in 38 countries.
Making sure the free market works for more people means more than redistributing wealth or insuring against its worst excesses. The state needs to play full part in shaping what future di...
A new study shows we’re losing trust in government, but some countries are bucking this trend.
Danica Roem beat Republican incumbent Del. Robert Marshall in race for the Virginia House of Delegates and is set to become the first openly transgender state legislator in the country.
Last year was the 11th consecutive year of decline in global freedom, according to a new report.
Statista has ranked the countries that feel their EU membership has paid off.
After a half-century of neglect under military rule, Myanmar's education system has fallen apart.
How should law and regulation cope with fast changing technologies and industries?
Government models were created for another era, here's why they need to change.
Democratic governance is eroding while public confidence in political leadership declines on an unprecedented scale.