Author: unravelnews

2020 held the dubious distinction of being the most stressful year in recent world history. The 2021 Global Emotions report by Gallup reported that 40% of surveyed adults had experienced... Read More

Why is the world’s second-largest economy only 16th in global competitiveness? Size and state dominance may still be partly to blame, but it is moving in the right direction, Arturo... Read More

A string of new COVID-19 outbreaks is weighing on the Asia-Pacific region’s economic recovery. Among Asia’s developed economies, the caseload is low compared to other nations. But, amid low tolerance... Read More

The pandemic has immersed us faster and deeper in immersive communication technologies. It’s a disrupted, confusing, sometimes exhausting world — but shifting both the tech and our expectations might make... Read More

Developing Asia needs to swiftly address vaccine hesitancy to tackle the pandemic, write Danielle Goldfarb, head of Global Research, Real-time Interactive Worldwide Intelligence, and APF Canada Distinguished Fellow, and Bart... Read More

Singapore has strengthened its status as a global logistics hub despite the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to technology, its strong network of trade agreements, and unparalleled global connectivity, writes Christopher Ong,... Read More

In the race to become the leader in artificial intelligence (AI), China and the US are way ahead of the global competition, but it provides plenty of opportunities for smaller,... Read More

Political polarisation has reached critical levels across many parts of the world, sometimes even leading to political violence and the undermining of democracy. There has been a gradual escalation in... Read More

ESG frameworks are slowly, but surely, acquiring centre stage as companies acknowledge ESG compliance boosts long-term organisational growth, writes Piyush Gupta, partner at RHTLaw Asia LLP and heads of the... Read More

Michael Plummer, director of the Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies Europe and the Eni Professor of International Economics at Johns Hopkins University and former editor-in-chief of the... Read More