The EU has just launched HEXA-X, its flagship on 6G, looking ahead to 2030 and beyond. Learning from past mistakes will be essential.
The economic patriotism is not new, but it has re-emerged since the pandemic alongside a new prudentialism, protectionism and nationalism.
The 16th edition of the Global Risks Report stands out due to the significantly changing nature of risks it introduces and a new framework.
Europe, the US and China seem to be engaged in an apparently similar tussle with Big Tech, albeit with significant differences.
The idea of an international Summit for Democracy takes on more urgency, although not necessarily effectiveness.
The EU is one of the few major importers of oil and natural gas promoting good energy resources governance standards in the Global South.
The world has changed in various important ways which Joe Biden, as the new US President, will need to take on board
The pandemic is showing that resilience has to do with the strength and flexibility of the institutions, the economy and the society.