A look at some of the people who ushered in today's era of globalization.
The authors examine trade and globalisation from 1800-2014.
Since the G20 was formed in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis, its development can be divided into two phases, writes Zhenyu Sun.
Akihiko Tamura looks at how the Paris Agreement could lead us to consider reforming global governance in other fields.
Joseph S Nye offers an American perspective on Britain's EU referendum.
Raghuram Rajan, Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, argues that in a new world we need new monetary policy rules.
Andreas Schleicher explains the complex nature of extremism and the challenges tackling it poses to educators.
Nobel Laureate A. Michael Spence on governance and well-being.
Carol Becker discusses the work of artist, designer and futurist Daan Roosegaarde.
Mariana Mazzucato highlights the role of the public sector in building a low-carbon future.
E-government systems increase budget transparency but some of the most common applications of digital technology have ambiguous effects.
The Agenda for Peace guided the field of conflict resolution on the types of activities that could be conducted before, during and after conflict.
Researchers have developed a technique for predicting terrorism.
Gains by reformist candidates in Iranian elections will open the way for changes to economic policy, businessmen and analysts predict.
We are witnessing a lack of trust in governance models around the world. This comes from the perception that our leaders are unable to solve challenges, resolve conflicts, deal with threa...