The global community must support the most vulnerable – including by stimulating trade, strengthening social protection and making debt sustainable.
We need to do globalization differently, or else deglobalization will take hold. This will ruin the world's chances at solving critical global challenges as a united front.
From developing vaccines to ecommerce, could 2020 be the year the world grasps how much our well-being depends on global connection and collaboration?
Rapid globalization and technological transformation have brought about profound change. We need to alter our ethical outlook, writes Oxford philosopher Toby Ord.
According to an Ipsos survey in 2019, 7 in 10 respondents from 28 countries think that the UN will continue to be a positive force in the world over the next decade.
By 2100 global population could surpass 11 billion, according to predictions by the UN. Here are the countries that will have the largest populations.
COVID-19 has accelerated adoption of digital tech, highlighting the need to modernize digital trade rules and buck the trend of digital protectionism.
He warned of a pandemic in January - now Stanford historian Niall Ferguson gives his verdict on how the world is fighting it.
COVID-19 may lead to a reconfiguration of global supply chains, but globalization will adapt to the challenges ahead.
In this Q&A, the International Monetary Fund's Chief Economist discusses ways out of the Global Lockdown, as COVID-19 poses big global threats for debt and employment.
The isolation politics of the past decade have been damaging. We now have the choice now to strengthen and rebuild multilateralism.
Wharton Dean, Geoffrey Garretti, speculates that the coronavirus pandemic will leave the world less global and less urban, and possibly poorer as a result.
Globalization has defined the modern world, but COVID-19 has left it vulnerable. Richard Haass argues that governments need to mediate the situation carefully.
Experts predict that as a result of coronavirus, we will see a surge in automation, whilst subsequently seeing globalisation diminish.
The World Bank has developed a map of areas most at risk to coronavirus. Predictions are based upon factors like population density and access to public toilets.