Almost all of the most popular international organizations have more than 10 million followers combined, but new platforms are targets for community and re-engagement.
More than 300 accounts of heads of state, government leaders and their institutions, plus some 40 major international organizations and their leaders were slated to be demoted.
As the world becomes a less peaceful place, a new report finds a clear connection between more violence and corruption.
The mounting frustration and anger over inaction on climate change is compounded by outrage over the many rising inequalities around the world between rich and poor.
Zelenska, whose nation has now been at war with Ukraine for nearly a war, said it's outrageous that Russia's aggression can lead to thousands of civilians killed, millions of people displaced and disruptions to global food and energy supplies.
An analysis shows the number of private jet flights to and from airports serving Davos during the 2022 meeting caused CO2 emissions equivalent to about 350,000 average cars.
It's little wonder the World Economic Forum's latest report, based on the insights of more than 1,200 experts, finds the biggest short-term risk to the world economy is today's globalized cost-of-living crisis and widespread social unrest.
Next week's gathering is focused on increasing cooperation in a fragmented world beset by war and conflicts, hunger and health crises, and climate emergencies, WEF announced.