Japan and India plan an Asia-Africa Growth Corridor, which will clash with China's Belt and Road Initiative. But, co-operation, rather than competition, makes most sense for all parties.
Hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans are fleeing a failed economy, a lack of food, rampant crime and disease. The country's crisis is now a serious threat to its neighbours.
Harold James reflects on previous changes to economic theory, the situation today and what the future holds.
A nation launching an offensive cyber attack would need to strike a delicate balance between lawful deterrence and the risk of dangerous escalation
What is the role today of this essentially US vision of goals and shared global objectives?
Understanding how and why cyber capabilities are deployed is now crucial to determine the power dynamics between nations
Countries' greater interdependence requires a fresh approach to the new frontiers of space, cyberspace, the polar regions and deep oceans – and China must play a key role
As the world becomes more globalized, we must learn to accept others and trust one another in order to build a stronger community.
Sales of weapons around the world continue to rise in 2017 with US exports sharply up
False news speeds faster around Twitter due to people retweeting inaccurate news items.
Potential flash points for civil uprisings are in the data – but not where you might think
In this week’s episode of “A Glimpse into the Future”, we talk to the co-chairs of the World Economic Forum’s Council on the Future of International Security: Dr Shirley Ann Jackson, pres...
Digital technology has overturned many of the assumptions on which nuclear strategies are based, and important new security challenges urgently need to be addressed
A prototype autonomous ship called Sea Hunter has been handed to the US Navy after two years of testing.
The BRICS countries have a unique opportunity to offer a new agenda for the world economy, one that leads to global economic integration