With parliamentary and presidential elections held on the same day for the first time, Indonesia is holding one of the biggest single voting days the world has ever seen.
Corruption harms education and takes funds away from roads and hospitals - but there are ways to help governments fight back.
The World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Infrastructure is meeting this year to discuss and develop new tools to help attract investment and to bring innovation into infrastruc...
As Emperor Akihito abdicates, Crown Prince Naruhito will formally accede to the Chrysanthemum Throne and the event will be marked by a change of era name, from “Heisei” to “Reiwa”.
Even though algorithmic decisions can be embedded with prejudice and bias of their programmers, a surprising 25% of people would trust them more than politicians.
We need a new approach to international corporate taxation, writes Christine Lagarde.
Muhammudu Buhari has been re-elected as President of Nigeria after a first term focused on fighting corruption.
As technology advances at frightening speeds, so too do the cyber-criminals, and international law cannot keep pace.
Putting up barriers to trade is not the answer to domestic economic woes and only increases the risk of conflict between nations, writes Børge Brende.
Denmark is the least corrupt nation in the world, according to Transparency International's latest perception poll. But no country is without its problems, says the NGO.
A higher tax rate on the wealthy is one way to create a fairer, more inclusive society. Education, social safety nets and the fight against corruption all play a part too.
New research on affordability and homelessness may offer policymakers a way to quantify and anticipate when dynamics in a certain areas start shifting.
From the destruction of the garden of Eden to the future of Venezuela.
From tackling deforestation to closing the skills gap.
The Secretary-General covered topics from the environment and climate change to closing the gender gap and how to manage global technological challenges.