A co-creator of the Occupy movement explains why the solutions to the world’s biggest problems can only be solved through collaboration between elites and activists.
The photo of Luxembourg’s Xavier Bettel and Serbia’s Ana Brnabić marks one of the few meetings between two openly gay world leaders.
Automation threatens to make full employment a pipe dream for African countries. So how can they continue to build their social security nets?
From the rise of China to growing inequality, businesses must find a way of staying responsive to the challenges of the new era.
New online disaster mitigation tools make use of modern technology to provide information and support around natural disasters, but not everyone has equal access to these resources.
Every 5 years, a new wave of MEPs take their seats in Strasbourg. But who are they and what do they do?
With the European elections fast approaching, politicians are being urged to back a project that could tackle two problems at once: economic inequality and climate change.
French President Emmanuel Macron lays out 3 points that European politicians must focus on, in order to preserve the EU as a global power.
Many governments borrow to balance the nation’s books, but some do so more than others.
The single most critical government body, the ministry of finance, has the power to influence national development and economic policies, in the way that determines where public and priva...
Stockton in California, has just started its experimental basic income program, offering 130 residents monthly payments for 18 months, no strings attached.
For a country with a population of less than 6 million, Finland is doing a remarkable job in future-proofing its institutions and workforce.
From talking less and acting more, to dethroning policy-makers and designers, here's how we can start to govern proactively for the future, rather than just responding reactively to the f...
The established “plan and execute” approach must be enhanced with new “sense and respond” capabilities
Around 30% of the world's population is under the age of 30, yet young people don’t have much a voice in government leadership. But that is starting to change - and in surprising ways.