Bribery, graft and tax evasion all undermine healthy economies and threaten the legitimacy of globalization – why the IMF is currently overhauling its corruption policy.
Experts from Australia, Canada, the United States, Russia and China – are undertaking a multi-year project to provide a definitive guide on how law applies to military uses of outer space.
Thailand is widely seen as a paradise for gay and transgender people, but many say they are treated as second-class citizens.
Cyberattacks don’t directly kill or damage as bullets and bombs do, but they have the potential to be just as devastating.
The UK should learn from countries such as Sweden, where more inclusive practices are already in place.
March 20th marks the World Day of Social Justice. The point of the occasion is to recognize the need for fair access to resources and opportunities, and for societies to be rooted in huma...
In the coming year, governments, donors, civil society, corporations, and international institutions can help to end the blight of modern slavery.
The world is facing a serious justice system crisis with three main problems: supply, demand, and design.
Research suggests that scanning people’s brains was significantly more effective at spotting lies than a traditional polygraph test.
Exploring the ethics of self-driving cars and how they respond to crashing.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is happening, but if we don't govern it properly then its full economic and social potential will not be realised.
When cyber-attackers continue to elude identification, does it still make sense to defer to the authorities?
Washington State cut the punishment for parole violations. This is what happened.
When the poor are accused of a crime, they often face the justice system alone and may be subjected to years of detainment and human rights abuse while awaiting trial. A new index hopes t...
Now three years old, the organization campaigns on behalf of racial minorities in the Unites States. So why is it so controversial?