Conflicts over natural resources pose a massive risk to security. Growing global demand, unequal distribution and corruption create a mounting potential for conflict. On the final day of DW's Global Media Forum, the topic made for heated exchanges.
What is the role of the media when a major crisis hits, or in a world of growing censorship and disinformation? How does media deal with not being trusted? Deutsche Welle's ninth Global Media Forum takes a closer look.
Pakistan is holding its first census in nearly two decades amid tight security. The process is crucial for redrawing the political map of a country grappling with a weak economy and bitter divisions over resources.
Voters in Somalia's semi autonomous state of Somaliland went to the polls on Monday in a presidential election. The state has been seeking international recognition for 26 years without success.
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.
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