China has emerged as the new champion of Globalization at the World Economic Forum. Experts at WEF tell DW that Xi Jingping is stepping up amid a US retreat and European inaction.
The World Economic Forum has said that it will take 217 years until women have equal pay and representation in the workplace. It's the second year that the organization has recorded worsening economic inequality.
As Trump's America takes a back seat over climate action, China is expected to take on a lead role in shaping global policies to tackle carbon emissions and promote renewables. Beijing's climate record, though, is mixed.
Several major world powers and even members of the president's party have indicated they would like to see President Mugabe resign. Most branches of his ZANU-PF party have passed votes of no confidence against him.
Although global wealth has grown substantially in the past decade, the so-called millennial generation is finding it harder to excel financially than previous generations due to greater inequality and joblessness.
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