There’s growing risk that the West may lose its maritime dominance, opening the door for a new, illiberal China-dominated world order.
The global system is now in a multipolar era. Alternatives to the U.S. dollar are rising. And so too are new, disruptive technologies like artificial intelligence.
In the most realistic scenario, Neuralink is expected to achieve success by focusing on medical applications for individuals with severe disabilities.
Gold hydrogen is a low-cost, low-impact subsurface energy source present in much of the world. But its economic viability is unclear.
The key to identifying whether anti-Israel discourse has masked anti-Semitism is to see evidence of anti-Semitic mythology.
Global warming is making the Northern Sea route a rapidly growing alternative to the Suez for Asia-Europe freight traffic.
Houthi attacks in the Red Sea are making it harder and more expensive to ship parts across the globe to support EV production in Europe.
Global supply chains have become more important for everyday life since the 1970s, so the impact of the Red Sea disruptions is now much bigger.
The scale and stakes of national elections taking place in 2024 make this the most important election year in world history.
While COP28 emphasized pledges on fossil fuels and renewables, COP29, hosted in oil-rich Azerbaijan, will prioritize financial strategies.
OpenAI’s rapid AI research pace underscores need for robust, ethical governance in real-world applications.