If complexity is at the root of a fractured world, then what can leaders do to change this?
The US, France, and Belgium have all introduced proposals to lower their corporate tax rates in a bid to make their regimes more competitive in the global marketplace.
The opportunity of seizing the global leadership role could be the vision EU citizens need
The Global Risks Report 2018 explores potential future shocks, including food scarcity, the extinction of fish, the breakdown of the internet and another global financial crisis.
Some 85% of the world’s workforce want the rules of the global economy rewritten, at a time of intense risk.
Business leaders are increasingly expected to take a stand on social issues.
Robert Muggah and Taylor Owen explore global democracy and analyse fears that the liberal order is in decline.
Germany has the world's most powerful passport, according to the 2018 Henley Passport Index.
Treating data like a commodity has led some governments to hoard it in silos, locked behind borders. The result: dwindling economic and social benefits.
In Sweden parents are given more paid time off work than in any other country, and the allowance can be split 50-50 between parents.
Putting national interests first doesn’t always mean focusing all your attention at home, particularly when it comes to health security.
Peter Sutherland, the former Irish Attorney General and European Commissioner, has died, age 71.
President Emmanuel Macron announced he would overhaul French media legislation this year to fight the spread of “fake news” on social media.
This selection of charts defines what went on in the world economy in 2017.
"As a child growing up in cosmopolitan Lagos, Nigeria, in the mid-1970s, the concept of leadership was pretty simple: the head of the house was king and his word was final."