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Tax authorities are fast becoming the data centres of government, with all the associated attendant risks, responsibilities and opportunities.
The pandemic poses challenges for both Koreas in a changed global economy, presenting an opportunity to seek bold new initiatives.
Watch this discussion to hear how governments are reimagining how emerging technologies should be governed and how businesses can contribute.
Watch this live session at 14:30 CET on 16 December 2020, as experts discuss how to overcome the economic, health and social challenges of the past year.
We need to do globalization differently, or else deglobalization will take hold. This will ruin the world's chances at solving critical global challenges as a united front.
London has been rated the world’s most “magnetic” city for the ninth consecutive year, based on its ability to attract people, capital and global businesses.
Satisfaction with democracy is falling fastest in 18 to 34-year-olds around the world, driven by inequality between the generations, according to a new report from Cambridge University’s ...
To build a climate-secure world, the quality of national institutions that advise the state and give voice to the experience of the individual will matter.
Data is now of fundamental importance in all spheres of human activity, which is why we must develop a set of globally agreed standards and principles.
Democrat Joe Biden has captured the U.S. presidency, emerging the victor over Republican President Donald Trump, to become the 46th President of the United States.
As Americans cast their votes in the 2020 Presidential Election, a graphic, by the MIT Election Data and Science Lab, shows U.S. presidential voting history by state since 1976.
A new United Nations gender study has found that women are still far from having an equal voice to men.
According to an Ipsos survey in 2019, 7 in 10 respondents from 28 countries think that the UN will continue to be a positive force in the world over the next decade.
UN Undersecretary-General Fabrizio Hochschild says businesses and start-ups have a key role to play to bridge the digital divide.
International trade should facilitate progress towards sustainability and environmental protection, alongside continued growth.