At a time when trade tensions and geo-economic instability are predicted to wipe billions off the economy, our only hope of facing down global risks is to work together, writes the World ...
This excerpt is from Mary Beard's book, "SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome". The book was chosen as the World Economic Forum Book Club's monthly book for July.
North Korea expert with the Woodrow Wilson Center Jean H. Lee explains what both sides must offer to reach accord, and why a third summit is just a matter of time
What will be the future role of the U.S. in a rebalanced world order?
Sudan’s political transition is in peril. Western and Gulf states must now take urgent action to help install a civilian administration, argues the International Crisis Group
The World Trade Organization says the global economy will suffer from the escalating US-China trade war. But not every nation will lose out.
An innovative study conducted by an MIT political scientist has looks at more than 3 decades of opinions in Europe.
The European Parliamentary elections boosted the democratic process, but fundamental political challenges were also laid bare, argues Britta Petersen, of the Observer Research Foundation
Due to escalating trade tension, the global economy is now projected to grow at 3.3% in 2019, down from 3.6% in 2018.
As European parliamentary elections loom, with pro-European and nationalist factions battling over the future of the bloc, these are the key issues to resolve.
The comedian Volodymyr Zelensky won a landslide victory in Ukraine’s presidential election. Now he has to satisfy an electorate hungry for change. Can he deliver?
In 2018, total global military expenditure rose 2.6% to $1.8 trillion, according to new data from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).
Economic sanctions are too often the soft choice between doing nothing and taking effective but risky or expensive action, argues James Dobbins, of the RAND Corporation
The effects of the shift from fossil fuels to an energy system based on renewables will be profound, explains the Director-General of the International Renewable Energy Agency, Adnan Z. Amin
No longer having preferential access to the European Union and the UK's new tariff regime could seriously affect exports for many trading partners.