A plan brokered by the OECD has been announced for countries accounting for 90% of the global economy to set a minimum corporate tax rate of 15% across the world.
Global trade drives the world economy, but it is subject to constant change from economic, political and environmental forces.
Helping governments improve their performance is the surest path to large-scale, lasting impact.
The international community must work together to counter the economic, political and security implications created by this humanitarian disaster.
We need more progress on peace, justice and developing strong and effective international institutions – which are essential to building a better world.
Hundreds of people die every year trying to cross the US southern border, and the tragedy unfolding there is just one aspect of a worsening global dilemma.
Governments are failing to find multilateral solutions to global problems. We examine solutions to three challenges: nutrition, water and digital literacy.
This piece explores the history of space rockets, from their origins in the form of ballistic missiles to commercially-developed technology seen today.
Many countries are accepting Afghan refugees after the Taliban has taken over the nation. The chaos in Afghanistan has spurred more people to seek a way out.
U.S. officials believe that the Afghan affiliate of Islamic State was behind suspected suicide bomb attacks outside Kabul airport.
ISIS-K is the official affiliate of the Islamic State movement operating in Afghanistan. It's claimed responsibility for the Kabul airport bombing.
Video gaming is a very lucrative and popular industry around the world, with a global revenue of $154.6 billion expected in 2021.
A visualization designed by mapmaker David Garcia maps the 100 largest islands by size; each island in the image is colour-tinted to reflect its climate.
A recent Ipsos survey has measured support for globalization and trade in 25 countries around the world. Most people think trade is a good thing, but support for globalization has waned.
Young people are the most affected by the crises facing our world, but they are also the best placed to lead the way to a better society for tomorrow.