The US economy grew at its slowest pace in two years during the first three months of 2016, raising questions over the durability of its expansion at a time of global uncertainty.
Mark Leonard looks at migration in the modern world.
Professor Jeffrey Cohen looks at the Syrian refugee crisis.
Ngaire Woods looks at the global aid system – and the potential benefits of cash transfers.
In the world we are living in today, 55 million people are displaced. This is the highest number recorded since the Second World War.
This is what the EU needs to do to make the deal a success, argues Guntram B. Wolff.
George Soros proposes a way to deal with the refugee crisis, while putting the EU’s AAA borrowing capacity to better use.
Marcel Fratzscher brings a German perspective to the impact of the refugee crisis on the European Union.
In addition to the influx of migrants trying to make their way to other European countries, Greece also faces an exodus of young professionals.
Helen Hanna looks at ways teachers can prevent migrant children feeling marginalized.
For Peter Sutherland, 2016 is set to be the defining year for the international community's response to the refugee crisis.
A huge leak of documents from a Panamanian law firm has provided an unprecedented insight into the use of offshore financial centres by the rich and powerful, which could have reverberati...
An effective strategy is needed to revitalize the Italian economy and stop its young people from leaving.
By providing education and training, Yasmina Filali is helping to integrate some of society's most vulnerable people.
"My family ran away from war," Amal Clooney told Syrian refugees.