The share of wealth owned by the richest Americans has grown by nearly three percentage points since 2013 alone.
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As EU president Jean-Claude Juncker delivers an upbeat take on the bloc's progress, we look at five issues that stand in the way of a new concept for Europe.
Pew Research Center data looks at perceptions of economic might - with the EU seen to be much less powerful than the figures would suggest.
An anglocentric look at the development of neoliberal thinking - and the role of the humble potato.
Mohamed A. El-Erian argues that, a decade after the crisis, developed economies still haven't learned a key lesson.
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Complex pressures are challenging many traditional alliances in the region.
What can we learn from China’s recent interest in the beautiful game, and what does this tell us about the state of the world today?
While public opinion over Brexit remains sharply divided in the UK, there are differing attitudes amongst Europeans too
Angola, a Portuguese-speaking country, is being strongly influenced by the cultural output of Brazil.
When the Belt and Road (B&R) initiative was first announced by President Xi of China in late 2013, few could have envisaged the grandeur and ambition that it would entail. It has sinc...
For Africa, the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the trend of “islandization” both offer opportunities for growth.