Even if the U.S. economy is slowing, that doesn’t mean we're headed back to the dark days of the Great Recession.
In a week when the two candidates for the Tory leadership making their pitch to be the next prime minister said the so-called ‘backstop’ was now dead, business owners across the UK and the wider EU were still left scratching their heads about what exactly will happen October.
The myth of the wealthy playboy who can fix what ails the world has hurt a lot of innocent Americans. And yet still they seek elected office.
The number of people converting to Islam in the UK is growing rapidly, but they often make headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Expecting women to deliver the kind of intensity and theatrics that can build over five sets — when they have nearly half the time to do so — is laughable.
The question of what to do with Islamic State fighters, their wives and children keeps policy makers and security experts awake at night. But we should worry less about those returning, and more about convincing them not to go in the first place.
Of the 75 highest-earning stars at the BBC, nearly half are now women. But if the gender pay gap was a scandal, the ethnic pay gap is a disgrace.
On her potentially last foreign trip, Federica Mogherini will present the EU’s new Central Asia strategy at a summit with Central Asia leaders in Kyrgyzstan. But she should convey several things in Bishkek, most notably the abuse and repression of citizens that is ongoing in the region.
Is this enough to really change the tide of history on the Korean Peninsula? The answer became clearer as the two men sat next to each other.
The US shouldn't propel the killer robot arms race by building bigger, faster, deadlier machines of our own. It should cut it short.
There can be significant fallout for other people when you bring a poorly trained animal into a public area. The question is whether you care.
Using tools as varied as cyberattacks, malign finance and information operations, Russian government-linked actors have interfered in EU member states. European democracies have mobilised to confront this challenge, but more action is needed – and fast.
The window for action on the Paris Agreement is closing. Governments and businesses have a responsibility to invest in a just transition to a safer, fairer, cleaner energy system, and ecosystem restoration and recovery.
Becoming the seventh largest economy in Europe after over 20 years of solid growth, Poland’s remarkable growth engine is not receiving the attention it deserves.
Soon gamers will be able to play whatever they want, whenever they want and wherever they want, as long as they have a good internet connection.
Several studies have suggested that when it comes to being environmentally conscious, there is a green gender gap.
More than 1 in 7 newly-elected MEPs promised to fight for animal rights protections in the new European Parliament. It's time the EU takes the issue more seriously.
Part of what makes parenthood both so exhilarating and so overwhelming is that the stakes are huge and clear answers are elusive.
Responding to an open letter to the Polish people by the president of the ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS), law academic Wojciech Sadurski makes clear why he will not be voting to transform Poland's democratic system into an autocracy.
The roll-out of the UK government's new digitalised welfare system has fallen short of expectations, with disastrous consequences for the most in need of their benefits.
They delude themselves by thinking they can control these anti-democratic forces by remaining silent. Over time, these forces will instead control them.
Applying for an exemption asks victims to undertake a confusing and onerous process that can compound the trauma of being raped and becoming pregnant.
The simple conclusion of the European elections is that the centrist mainstream still holds. But it is what the liberals decide to do now that will help decide the EU's future.
An openness to explore new opportunities for partnership – with the private sector and others in civil society – will ensure that the WHO can lead a successful transformation in how the world responds to the health challenges ahead.
“Europe should care more for people and be less concerned with the economic side of things. There should be better social distribution and less social dumping between states,” said Michel from Brussels.
British should helping lead humanity into the future, not retreating into isolationism and suspicion.