Soft power capability is rising faster in North America and Asia than in Europe, according to a report.
Inequality is driven mainly by corruption and a lack of government transparency, according to a survey of young people around the world.
Former Olympic champion swimmer Donna de Varona and business leader Beth Brooke Marciniak on winning in all fields of life.
For the first time in history, 1 billion people live in a place where same-sex marriage has been legalized.
Using the final medal count along with 2015 GDP figures, this calculation determines the number of medals each country won per $10 billion of GDP.
A global survey gives insight on what keeps young people around the world up at night, and what gives them hope for the future.
The G20 summit in China is the perfect opportunity to outline a code for fair growth and responsible capitalism.
Helle Thorning-Schmidt on how to ensure that every child learns, regardless of their income, location, or social status.
Cheap clothes have a hidden – and devastating – cost, writes Livia Firth.
Job creation in refugee camps isn’t a luxury. It’s a necessity explains Mohamed El Dahshan.
Every four years, the Olympics comes by to inspire us by pushing the limits of human achievement says Anant Gupta
Inspirational tales about Olympians who didn't reach the podium – but deserve a medal nevertheless.
Here are some of the most inspiring and surprising images of the world’s biggest sporting event.
An IMF report examines the extent of financial market spillovers from emerging markets.
Kemal Derviş argues that we need global governance, for economic reasons and to ensure a peaceful world.