As France's 5 presidential candidates take part in a historic televised debate, we find out who they are and what they're promising.
India might serve its busy and ambitious citizens better – if only it could learn to understand them. Here are three government initiatives designed to do just that.
Kenneth Rogoff evaluates the impact that a 'border adjustment tax' would have on the US.
Aleksander Dardeli, Executive Vice President of IREX, explores how to combat fake news in the media.
Abdul-Jalilu Ateku explores Ghana’s post-independence experience on it's 60th anniversary.
Brexit may be about to burst Britain's bubble of self-belief, according to a new survey of European perception.
Camilla Lund Andersen explores how we can maintain global growth.
This column argues that apprenticeships were crucial to Europe’s rise.
A new chart from Barclays suggests the causes behind the rise of populism.
Could the mood on Twitter tell you more about an election outcome than traditional opinion polls? A new study from European think tank Bruegel investigates.
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.