Euronews asked attendees at the World Economic Forum's annual event what they hope to get from the meeting.
Lithuanian's president seemed to have a positive outlook on relations with the UK in the case of a no-deal Brexit.
In Euronews' special Davos After Hours discussion, correspondents Darren McCaffrey, Isabelle Kumar and Sasha Vakulina break down the key events from day three at the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Here's our round-up of all the news stories making headlines on day three of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
In a Euronews Davos special, Andrew Neil questions former British Foreign Secretary David Miliband on Social Democratic politics, the rise of populism and more.
“Now more than ever the mission of journalism is incredibly important. Not just for Philippine democracy but for all democracies around the world," she said.
Irish prime minister says even if no deal is agreed, Northern Ireland will need to remain aligned to EU rules to avoid hard border.
Warning as UK's EU departure approaches.
"Nobody cares anymore what exactly the details are"
A Davos panel, moderated by Euronews correspondent Isabelle Kumar, looked at ways of better managing migration flows.
The panel discussed what reforms are needed for the EU to be more effective.
Sasha Vakulina takes you into the corridors where the global elites do their thing.
A French minister tells Euronews that Italy's politicians should focus on making Europe stronger, not attacking their neighbours.
Wikipedia founder issues warning on fake news around votes.
In an interview with Euronews, Pashinyan said it's time for his country to transform the "political revolution to an economic one."
"The whole point of democracy is to express the will of the people,” Wales said.
“If the people are being duped and tricked by complete lies and false information, we end up with results that don’t really represent what the people want.”
Liam Fox is making deals in Davos this week in an effort to protect UK business and trade.
In response to criticism and restrictions imposed by several Western governments, tech giant Huawei warns they may take their business elsewhere.
Here are the stories making headlines on day two of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
In Euronews' special Davos After Hours discussion, correspondents Darren McCaffrey, Shona Murray and Sasha Vakulina break down the key events from day two at the World Economic Forum (WEF).
'A hard Brexit must be avoided'.
There's one message British trade minister Liam Fox wants everyone to know: the UK must "deliver on the (Brexit) referendum."
German Chancellor Angela Merkel championed globalisation and multilateralism in the face of populism in her keynote address at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Euronews caught up with Davos attendees on the bus commute, finding out the many reasons why people go.
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation is due to launch a report today which shows how artificial intelligence can help the transition into a circular economy.
Catch up with Tuesday's episode of Raw Politics.