The world is in a period of historical transition, writes David Law. What will the global stage look like in 20 years?
The roots of the current international order go back to the end of WW2. But the world has changed and US dominance now needs to give way to a more multilateral system.
The stockpile of nuclear weapons may be getting smaller, but it’s also being modernized, which means genuine progress towards nuclear disarmament remains a distant goal.
Cybersecurity has become one of the energy sector's most pressing concerns. Understanding vulnerabilities is the first step towards protecting critical infrastructure.
The outlines of a new world order will be defined as Eurasia's importance grows. It is in this super-continent that the future of democracy, free markets and global security will be decided.
Besides the loss-of-life and life-changing injuries it causes, terrorism leads to huge economic losses for businesses, cities and nations.
Most discussions of current US-China trade tensions fundamentally misrepresent the globalized nature of innovation.
Gender is one of the globally mandated biographical markers that must be on all passports issued worldwide, along with name, date of birth and nationality. But with the proliferation of b...
Almost everything we do creates global data.
Too often leaders, governments and non-state armed groups gain from human deprivation
Despite once being the dominant power in the world, the West has been overtaken by the "Rest".
Efforts to prevent or limit conflict need to take the impact of criminal activity - such as the smuggling of drugs, weapons, wildlife and cigarettes - into account.
In the last four years, China has launched more warships than the total fleets of many of the world's major naval powers. How will this affect the balance of power in the region and bey...
The consequences of President Trump's decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal are likely to be dramatic, and far outlive his time in office.
How should India deal with the increasing turmoil in Maldives, a traditional ally, and a strategically important country in the centre of the Indian Ocean?