The U.K.'s push at the U.N. Security Council could serve as a starting point for a multilateral approach toward addressing the serious security risks posed by artificial intelligence.
As interest rates soar and the economy slows, the World Bank sees an 'enduring setback' for developing economies due to high interest rates, war in Europe and the pandemic.
Delegates in Geneva were able to muster a non-binding report that essentially prolongs a decade-old geopolitical impasse.
The new technology accelerator, known by an acronym that shares its name with a storied goddess, quietly began taking shape a year before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
New ICRC guidelines on the obligations of international humanitarian law are meant to protect innocent civilians and detainees against violence by non-state armed groups.
The Financial Stability Board designated Switzerland's two biggest banks as so huge and critical to the world's global financial architecture that they must not be allowed to fail.
The agreement emerged from high-level political discussions among 85 countries on the sidelines of an international summit this week in the Netherlands' seat of government.
WHO's chief wants the pandemic declared over in 2023. Some experts say that may not be a good thing.
Despite the temptation to end the pandemic, some leading health experts say it would be better to continue living with the official designation, which keeps up the pressure on authorities and civilians alike to act with caution.
It is a fight that spans the continent and has entangled international organizations, border security forces and a host of others in a murky web of politics and international law.
The latest figures show the vast majority of the world's 8 billion inhabitants prefer to stay within their nation of birth. But almost 1-in-20 are on the move away from their home.
Journalists, lawyers, activists, fact checkers, regulators and governmental decision-makers have used the tool to help more than 350 civil society organizations across 10 countries confront information threats, its co-developers reported.
The arrest of a European Parliament vice president and five others has shaken European institutions. But the shocked reactions to the scandal sidestep the root problem: widely accepted shadow lobbying inside the European Union.
From drought in the Horn of Africa to floods in Pakistan, disease outbreaks and climate-related emergencies tag alongside a global food crisis made by worse by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. All add to the pressure for real action at the 27th U.N. climate summit.