New businesses are popping up delivering food to customers in reusable packaging - in a return to a model like traditional milk deliveries.
Putting up barriers to trade is not the answer to domestic economic woes and only increases the risk of conflict between nations, writes Børge Brende.
Military spending by NATO’s European states amounts to the second-biggest defence budget in the world if taken as a whole, a new study from IISS reveals. But does Europe spend enough?
The standoff over funding for President Donald Trump’s border wall with Mexico has already triggered the longest government shutdown in US history. Now it could cause another.
Using Geographic Information Systems, Hungarian cartographer Robert Szucs has created these beautiful graphics of the planet's watersheds.
Current trade tensions between the United States and China hang heavy over global prospects for collaboration in 2019. In the long run, it's possible nobody will win.
Cities are no longer the land of opportunity for workers without college degrees as economic forces like clustering of tech companies mean mid-skilled jobs are disappearing.
In a popular online article, Millennials were once dubbed 'the burnout generation'. Rather than becoming resilient to burnout, we should instead look to improve the way we work.
As New York's Highline shows, people will often only use a park if they see other people like them there too.
As Chicago plunges to wind-chill temperatures of -60°C many might be wondering where global warming has gone. It's all connected.
Patricia Arquette and Alyssa Milano have joined calls for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment that would ensure that women are treated the same as men under state and federal law.
Only 9% of visitors to American museums in 2017 were ethnic minorities - and their representation among museum workforces is not much better. Here's how our cultural institutions can star...
Good design is user-centred and inclusive by definition - and it can open up the world to everyone, as these innovative examples on display at Davos 2019 show.
A full-blown US-China tariff war could reduce global GDP growth to 2.8% in 2019, writes Mario Mesquita, chief economist at Itaú Unibanco.
Globalization 4.0 is the theme of Davos 2019 - but what were the three earlier waves of global trade?