Why would the world’s richest man want to undermine the legitimacy of democracy itself?
The world’s poorest countries remain the most vulnerable to climate change.
A global subsidy war could spur technological innovation, potentially driving down the price of renewables.
For the first time in nearly 25 years, Congress will elect a president who is not a member of the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty.
Unless Truss reverses more of the tax cuts or introduces policies to protect pensioners and mortgage borrowers, turmoil in the UK market will not end soon.
Populist losers are more likely than not to cry fraud, because the entire basis of their appeal lies in the claim that they, and only they, represent “the real people.”
The pandemic highlighted significant gaps in our global health systems.
Ethical progress produces a beneficial form of dogmatism.
European leaders are breathing a huge sigh of relief following the Republicans’ failure to achieve a 'red wave' in the US midterm elections.
While we cannot conflate today's far right and fascism, we must watch closely how the former develops.
Rishi Sunak’s rise points to a broader, longer-term phenomenon: the growing prominence of the Indian diaspora across the Western world.
The US Federal Reserve’s aggressive monetary-tightening campaign has squeezed economies worldwide, particularly in the developing world.
Iran's protests have shined a new light on the seemingly limitless powers of its Supreme Leader