Antonio Guterres, UN Secretary-General, has called upon the EU to change its greenhouse gas emission reduction rates to 55%, rather than the current target of 40%.
What will be the future role of the U.S. in a rebalanced world order?
India's solution to its widening gender inequality issue is to make public transport free for women. But the move is facing both support and criticism.
Atmospheric carbon levels continue to rise, and a handful of nations are responsible for the bulk of the problem.
Former British PM Gordon Brown on how to close the global education gap.
For the past 40 years, the United States and other advanced economies have been pursuing a free-market agenda of low taxes, deregulation, and cuts to social programs. Many now believe thi...
The OECD’s Better Life Index finds the Nordic nation performs better than most other countries when it comes to looking after citizens’ well-being.
Every 5 years, a new wave of MEPs take their seats in Strasbourg. But who are they and what do they do?
With the European elections fast approaching, politicians are being urged to back a project that could tackle two problems at once: economic inequality and climate change.
Ever wondered about the symbolic meaning behind the design of the most prominent national flags?
Data looks at the areas Europeans would like the EU to focus on and their feelings towards the union more generally.
French President Emmanuel Macron lays out 3 points that European politicians must focus on, in order to preserve the EU as a global power.
Hassan Hakimian, Director of the London Middle East Institute and Reader in Economics at SOAS, assesses how economic sanctions are viewed and used across the world.
A global approach to assessing and regulating frontier technologies is needed – and the UN is perfectly placed to host the discussion.
Many governments borrow to balance the nation’s books, but some do so more than others.