The world is in a period of historical transition, writes David Law. What will the global stage look like in 20 years?
What does it take to be a global leader? The man who was chief domestic policy adviser under US President Jimmy Carter reveals how to build strong ties for a safer world.
The outlines of a new world order will be defined as Eurasia's importance grows. It is in this super-continent that the future of democracy, free markets and global security will be decided.
Trust has been eroded across the globe. This is what it means for global institutions.
Germany has had a history of frugality that started in 19th century.
It's all thanks to a new ultra-long distance plane currently under development by Airbus.
The balance of military spending looks to be shifting away from the West, towards Asia.
The construction of 'Landbridges' between European countries and East Asia has changed the ways some products move between the continents.
It's falling in the European Union, while it continues to rise in the US.
Nearly 25 years ago, NAFTA turned North America into the world's largest free trade area. But it must be modernized if the US, Canada and Mexico want to carry on benefitting
It's set to be a very long, complicated process.
The rise of cryptocurrencies has created a unique opportunity for market forces to spearhead a shift towards a truly neutral reserve asset.
Any dispute could be particularly damaging for the UK in the wake of Brexit.
Research suggests that house prices are being influenced by investors elsewhere in the world.
This year could see the beginning of a new era for monetary policy.