Bermuda has reversed its decision last year to allow same-sex couples to marry.
New research explores how trust changes between cultures - looking at the UK and Japan.
To engage responsibly, our next generation of scientists needs training in the arts and ethics.
Morality is finally entering the market – and it’s about time. For years, civil society groups and the media have highlighted the impacts and imbalances caused by unfettered capitalism.
As our world becomes increasingly fractured we must rediscover our shared values, says the President of Kosovo, Hashim Thaçi.
The most “authentic” art forms have more often than not been born through interaction with other cultures.
For young people, learning to be optimistic may be the best defence against rising automation, job uncertainty and geopolitical instability. Here's why.
A former dean of freshmen at Stanford, Lythcott-Haims, shares her advice for raising successful children.
Research shows that even nonreligious people may hold unconscious beliefs linked to religion that can affect their psychology.
For the majority of Americans, it turns out that faith plays a leading role in their desire to give and serve.
This is why people believe in conspiracy theories – and how to change their minds.
We're happiest in the morning, and the saddest days are responses to system-level shocks.
Social mobility has declined in recent decades, wages have stagnated and today's young generation is the first in modern history expected to be poorer than their parents.
Military and civilian leadership have much in common: it’s all about identifying common goals and developing individuals to their highest capacity.
In order to succeed and benefit everyone, the Fourth Industrial Revolution needs our trust. But it won't be an easy process.