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As Raul Castro resigns as Communist chief, we look back over the past few years of Cuba-US relations.
The first Global Technology Governance Summit brings heads of state and business leaders together this week to address global rules for emerging tech. COVID-19 has spurred an acceleration...
Leaders of 23 countries and the WHO agreed to create an international treaty to make the world stronger against future health emergencies like COVID-19.
A trio of academics from Plymouth University explain what the ship that's become stranded in the Suez Canal tells us about the global trade system.
Most experts are not very good at warning for one main reason: they are not very specific, both in content or style.
The OECD predicts global GDP will grow by 5.6% this year, and continue the recovery with 4% growth in 2022, but it depends on effective vaccination roll-out.
Current proposals are complex and unequal. A minimum effective tax rate will reallocate undertaxed profits with substantial benefits for non tax-havens.
Microsoft deployed everything from new sets of principles to role-playing exercises and employee performance goals to help develop standards to create AI that's more responsible and inclu...
Business and policymakers must start discussing AI to provide clear ethical frameworks and ensure they are embedded in the tech we use on a daily basis.
New variants of COVID-19 are making travel experts cautious in their outlook, with the majority not expecting a return to pre-pandemic levels before 2023.
The world is at a critical junction where humility, collaboration and institutional reform can ensure true, sustainable global cooperation.
The head of COVAX talks to World Vs Virus about how to overcome vaccine nationalism and stop the pandemic. Also on the podcast: countering the sceptics.
Social spending as a share of GDP has mainly declined in OECD countries, with the average country spending around 20% of GDP on its social services.
IMF economist Gita Gopinath reflects on the factors affecting the projected recovery and recommends four policies to make it inclusive, resilient and green.
Asia and the Pacific requires collective efforts to drive and sustain a recovery, considering the huge impact the pandemic has had on output.