By Dirk Helbing, October 20, 2017
Can we still stop a world of technological totalitarianism?
By Stephan Richter, October 19, 2017
The loser in the Air Berlin game, as the government played it, are Germany’s citizens, consumers and air travelers.
Under Xi Jinping, will China opt for a “new totalitarianism,” the current “hard authoritarianism,” turn back to a sort of “soft authoritarianism” or move toward a “semi-democracy”?
By Arun Maira, October 15, 2017
Technology might help countries like India with government services, but it’s no silver bullet for the business of governance.
By The Globalist, October 12, 2017
Plastics have been both a gift and a curse from an environmental standpoint
By Branko Milanovic, October 11, 2017
Is a world of approximately equal country incomes really possible to envisage any time soon?
By Holger Schmieding, October 10, 2017
Reviving the autonomy deal that foundered in Spain’s constitutional court back in 2010 would find the support of the majority of Spaniards, including the Catalans.
By Alon Ben-Meir, October 9, 2017
Trump rendering the Iran deal null and void will irreparably undermine America’s global, moral and political leadership.
By James M. Dorsey, October 6, 2017
Beyond the present efforts in Catalonia and Iraqi Kurdistan: How do the strategies of existing small states Singapore, the UAE and Qatar compare?