In his commencement address at New York University, the Canadian prime minister outlined the leadership skills that he believes help to make the world a better place.
A blurring of the line between objective facts and personal opinions is causing Americans to disengage from political and civic life. This is Truth Decay, and it poses a fundamental threa...
This year's cohort are public sector pioneers, business leaders, social innovators, creative ambassadors and agents of the under-represented.
Most are in broad agreement on important ideals relating to democracy in the US, but when it comes to action they think the nation is falling short.
A direct line has been installed between the two leaders.
In a world awash with inconceivable amounts of data, we must learn how best to interpret it – both by thinking about the biases that created it and the human realities that give it meaning.
Miguel Díaz-Canel has been named as Cuba's new leader.
"The solutions that policy-makers are looking for have often already been invented somewhere else but an idea is just an ephemera without the right person to make it happen."
New avenues for private entities to funnel untraceable money into the political system have serious repercussions for policy makers and the fight against corruption.
Singapore, Japan and Dubai are beginning to transform into smart cities, blazing the way for the future.
Family sizes are shrinking in most parts of the world, but a few countries still have very high fertility rates.
From economic growth to technological innovation, Africa could experience a year of opportunity.
A super-cycle of elections awaits. In which direction will countries in the region turn?
The number of critically endangered species has risen from 17 in 2015 to 19 today, but substantial conservation efforts are being made.
India will be home to around 1.5 billion people by the end of the century, UN data shows.