The majority of the world’s nations produce less than 0.1% of global GDP.
Only 18 countries have more than a 1% share of the world’s total GDP.
Japan and Venice share a similar history, but Japan should change course before that history repeats itself.
Americans’ attitudes about the U.S. role in the world have changed markedly.
As global economic activity shifts from the West, how will it change the world?
Does Sweden’s Foreign Minister see Europe as ready to do its part to contribute to global prosperity and stability?
How can global citizens and international institutions create the conditions for inclusive and sustainable economic growth?
Santa is a long-term, sustainable exporter operating a global business in many different markets.
What major challenges will the global community face as it approaches mid-century?