A study estimates that cross-border economic cooperation between North and South Korea could be worth $149.9 billion over the next 30 years.
A new index on Islamophobia finds only 29% of Muslims say they are happy with the way the US is going - 12% less than last year.
The New Zealand transport authority is creating gender-neutral signs after a 7-year-old girl complained.
As AI increasingly influences our lives, it might be that its governance will require further artificial intelligence.
China has made clear it wants to establish a ‘Polar Silk Road’ – and as part of the process it is determined to have a significant say in the way the Arctic is developed.
After decades of development in international law, influential voices are now challenging the status quo. This has profound implications for the future.
New research has mapped indigenous land around the world, finding that they cover a quarter of all land outside Antarctica.
Kemal Derviş looks at the current world order and whether multilateralism will survive.
In less than 100 years, the world's megacities are set to be focused in Africa and India.
As younger generations take longer to achieve milestones, the definitions and responsibilities of adulthood have had to adapt.
NATO representatives meet in Brussels in July - this is what people in member countries think about the alliance.
With many complex challenges facing the member states, how can we judge the summit's success?
From global shipping to undersea cables and population density, these maps highlight our impact on the planet.
It's at its highest level since the Cold War.
The United Nations must act wisely to make sure new tech unleashes positive change, not serious harm. It'll need all the help it can get.