Will NATO survive the current political and strategic pressures it faces? Should it? Both questions may have the same answer: NATO should survive, but to do so it will have to adapt to fa...
Economic growth is speeding up. What could get in the way?
The ancient and historic trade route between China and Europe is coming back to life as one of the biggest infrastructure projects of the 21st century.
It is not the idea of globalization itself that is problematic; it is that its implementation has not gone far enough.
At the World Economic Forum, our mandate as an International Institute under Swiss law is to find innovative ways for the public and private sectors to work together to solve critical glo...
New research explores the peak of global trade and the outlook for the future.
Watch the Protectionism: Back to the Future? session from the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting 2017 here.
Research looks at networks of value-added trade in Germany, the US, China and Russia.
The World Bank reviews 2016 using 12 charts.
As trade liberalization and globalization more broadly are called into question, G20 leaders must act.
Research examines the role played by ‘global firms’ that both import and export.
A look back at the biggest economic issues of 2016 using World Economic Forum data and reports.
Without robust competition policy, unfair trade arrangements will proliferate and businesses won't succeed across borders, writes Jonathan Fried of the WTO.
Dani Rodrik evaluates the impact of Donald Trump on the future of global trade agreements.
As China marks its 15th year of membership, here’s a closer look at the world's central body for free trade.