International trade policy is back in British politicians' hands.
The G-7 nations, which include the US and UK, form the foundation of the modern global economy.
Some countries made abortion access easier during the pandemic. Others used it as an excuse for a crackdown.
The inefficient vaccine allocation rules currently in place must be replaced by new cooperative institutional structures and more concrete steps by the Group of Twenty (G20) countries.
The European nation allowed the NSA to collect data on its EU partners from undersea cables.
Ireland is under pressure to investigate, and potentially fine, Facebook for alleged data breaches under GDPR.
Some tension was inevitable at the June 16 US-Russia summit. But Vladimir Putin's defiant support for Belarus's rogue regime now pits him harder against the West.
The new EU regulation is about to change the way we do artificial intelligence. The United Nations needs to follow suit.
New European laws aimed at regulating trade in human milk products could be used to target person-to-person sharing of milk for babies.
The African Continental Free Trade Area is the largest in the world. The World Bank sees it as a means of lifting 30 million people out of extreme poverty. But will it?
Economic measures are the preferred choice for a country or countries hoping to show they are taking action in a time of international crisis.
In setting new tax on the carbon emissions of goods being imported into the bloc, there are two potential disasters for EU to avoid.
National procedures for approving the financing of the European recovery plan are delaying its implementation. But the horizon seems to be clearing.
EU trade partnership is more important to some African countries than regional or continental trade.
UN and NGO reports of 'pushbacks' at borders suggest 2,000 deaths linked to actions supported by EU border agency Frontex, yet EU plans to greatly expand its powers.
To achieve sustainable growth under the constraint that consumption is independent from the use of natural resources, we must move along the path of qualitative growth.
We'd lose coal exports but benefit from a lower Australian dollar.
Two energy and climate policy experts take a closer look at the Leaders Summit on Climate, the US pledge and today's industrial reality.
Rising protectionism has the potential to have major negative effects on many European companies, yet firms have been largely absent from the public conversation. Why?
A new survey serves up a tall order for UK agricultural policy outside the EU.