After the Colonial Pipeline hack, Radio Davos talks ransomware with this senior US security official and experts from the Forum's Centre for Cybersecurity.
To keep seafarers safe and discourage attacks, ships working in the Gulf of Guinea need a naval presence that actively enforces International Maritime Law.
Development issues are becoming part of a mounting ideological competition between the two top powers in the world.
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Mohamed ElBaradei explains how COVID-19 could usher in a new era of international peace and cooperation.
COVID-19 has crippled countries both socially and economically. Sea piracy is on the rise and could be worsened by coronavirus as countries struggle to respond.
COVID-19 is tipping the world into a dangerously volatile new era. Here are five steps global leaders should take to head off emerging security threats.
Tokyo, Jakarta and Shanghai are among the cities that may need to relocate people and development away from risks, researchers say.
Four years ago, this 20-year-old fled Damascus. Now, she’s following her dream of becoming a pilot and speaking out on refugee rights.
There is a noticeable trend of consolidation among leading arms manufacturers as they prepare to produce a new generation of weapon systems
Interpol is the latest law enforcement agency to demand tech firms provide access to encrypted communications - but doing so could be a gift to cybercriminals. We look at the arguments.
Iran has developed the ability to win wars through third parties, and so minimize the chances of retaliation, argues John Chipman of ISIS
Malicious artificial intelligence, pandemics, weaponised biotechnology, climate change and nuclear weapons. So what's the plan?
Is Russia really now an international security provider? Despite Moscow’s success in Syria, such claims may be oversimplified
We need a new vision geared towards meeting the challenges and opportunities in a changing world, argue Ash Jain and Matthew Kroenig in an Atlantic Council strategy paper
Can an enemy ever be a credible negotiating partner? Ignoring opportunities for dialogue potentially carries a heavy cost, argue Eleanor Beevor and Nicholas Redman of IISS