The countries that let foreign students stay the longest after graduation

Amid recent Brexit tensions, UK prime minister Boris Johnson extended the period of time foreign graduates could stay in the […]

London Mayor’s Housing Promise Remains in Focus

April heralded the Mayor of London’s first official housing agreement, underscoring his continuing efforts in working towards fulfilling his promises […]

The Geopolitics of Nuclear Weapons

By George Friedman, Xander Snyder, and Cheyenne Ligon, Geopolitical Futures President Trump has reversed his stance on a number of […]

Some Countries See Migrants as an Economic Boon, Not a Burden

MONTREAL—Lined with cafes and bustling with newcomers, the streets of this eclectic port city, where French and English are spoken […]

New stamp duty rates are bad news for tenants

Why many landlords are likely to increase rents after higher stamp duty rates for buy-to-let investors come into force in […]

CHINA’S PING AN “JUST GETTING STARTED” ON OVERSEAS PROPERTY BUYS

  BY MICHAEL COLE   Ping An kicked off China’s overseas spending spree by acquiring the Lloyd’s of London building for […]

The Salary Parents Deserve, According to a ‘Brilliant’ Calculator

A new ad campaign called “Hardest Job in the World” is a tribute to mothers, although it could easily apply […]

A Look At The Global Wealth in 2014 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Ever wondered how the other half lives? Get unparalleled insight into the world’s Ever wondered how the other half lives? […]

These 8 European separatist groups are totally inspired by Scotland right now

By Paul Ames, Global Post, OIARTZUN, Spain — The surge in support for Scotland’s independence ahead of the Sept. 18 […]

Countries With the Widest Gap Between Rich and Poor

By Alexander E.M. Hess, Vince Calio and Thomas C. Frohlich  The United States of America — the land of opportunity — has the fourth […]