China overtook the US as the EU's largest trade partner in terms of goods in the second quarter of 2021, with the share of imports from Switzerland increasing.
A survey by Edelman Research polled 33,000 respondents in 28 countries about their trust in business from October 19 to November 18, 2020.
The atomic bomb that the United States dropped on Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945, killed tens of thousands and flattened the Japanese city in an instant. Since then over 2,000 tests have been ...
The Siberian town of Verkhoyansk, in Russia hit 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit on 20 June, the hottest temperature ever recorded in the Arctic.
Unseasonably warm weather is melting Siberia’s permafrost layer and has led to a massive oil spill, as well as wildfires and floods.
Is Russia really now an international security provider? Despite Moscow’s success in Syria, such claims may be oversimplified
Russia is increasingly focused on Africa. The challenge for the continent is to ensure Africans benefit, and not fall victim to a geopolitical chess game
It begun with #MeToo, now Russian femenists are taking photos without makeup and deliberately showing off pre-conceived 'flaws' to challenge beauty stereotypes that women's rights activis...
To explore Russia's strategy of developing closer ties with countries to its east, the World Economic Forum spoke to Yaroslav Lisovolik, Programme Director at the Valdai Discussion Club
Children of Chernobyl are taking radiation holidays, but there aren't enough hosts for them. They suffer from health problems such as enlarged thyroids, cancer and respiratory illnesses.
Rising temperatures are causing the frozen ground that covers large parts of the Earth to break up, adding to the greenhouse gases in the atmosphere
A polar bear has managed to wander a great distance from its home in the Arctic into a Russian industrial city, starving and exhausted.
China's globalization plan "aims to create a new order in world politics and the world economy."
Strategic balance is the new normal in Asia's cross-border energy infrastructure, writes Miyeon Oh, as countries attempt to avoid direct conflict in an era of great competition for power.
These Russian cities built around single industries face huge economic and social problems.