The World Trade Organization's 12th Ministerial Conference (MC12) has been postponed indefinitely due to COVID-19 travel restrictions.
Should governments do more to combat the climate crisis? Most people are in favor of more action, according to a new survey by the Forum, SAP and Qualtric.
For 60 years, Antarctica has seen strong global cooperation. But without hitting ambitious targets at COP26, it will significantly disrupt global systems.
The current international legal framework is not fit for purpose for building a sustainable world. It must be replaced by one that establishes the institutions and accountability we need.
Service industries such as hospitality and entertainment lead new hiring in Europe. This has induced economic growth across Europe similar to pre-pandemic.
The EU's proposed levy on imported carbon-intensive products will shape the role of trade in fighting climate change. But is it 'green protectionism'?
The majority of countries in IMF's Global House Price Index saw a rise in house prices over the pandemic. These prices have continued to soar recently.
Governments across the world are moving to regulate online platforms. This will ultimately require a paradigm shift towards a culture of responsibility.
A new charter aims to promote agile governance, a system of policy-making that would allow governments to respond more effectively to a changing world.
Two UN experts outline five recommendations for how governments and the UN can change their approach to internal displacement.
Helping governments improve their performance is the surest path to large-scale, lasting impact.
If we are to deliver on the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals, then we must reach what we like to call SDG#18: Rebuilding trust.
European governments need to be better prepared for wildfires, flooding and extreme weather, says Birgitte Bischoff Ebbesen, Europe director for the IFRC.
Tariffs and export restrictions have held up the vaccines, therapies and diagnostics needed to fight the pandemic. A crucial WTO meeting could change this
Patrick Bellegarde-Smith, a Haitian studies scholar and author, explains the current power balance and whether Haiti will ever get the democracy it needs.