Wealthy nations will continue outbidding developing nations for energy resources without significant climate adaptation measures.
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.
Since the conflict began almost exactly a year ago, energy prices have increased sharply but to varying degrees depending on the type of fuel.
The main challenge for implementing artificial intelligence in warfare is the wholesale re-engineering of C4ISR strategies and doctrines.
Without smart policy interventions, the Russian oil price cap is likely to speed up global economic decoupling and could worsen living standards.
The global ascendence of China no longer seems as certain as it once was.
FIFA has actually improved its own approach to accountability and transparency. But it still has a long way to go in countering corruption.
Why are teams from Africa, Asia, and developing countries in the Americas persistent underdogs in soccer’s World Cup?
The Bush administration’s misadventures after 9/11 led to a divided and weakened America and a more powerful China.
Sexual encounters are currently the predominant mode of transmission among reported cases of monkeypox, but it is not an STI.
Travelers looking for a summer escape are facing long check-in lines, lost luggage, and cancelled flights.