Human capital is a term that refers to the education, skills, and talents of a
country’s labor force. This is how post-Soviet nations compare to best and worst.
An estimated 36.7 million people throughout the world are living with HIV today. In 2015, over 1 million died from AIDS-related complications.
Credit Suisse estimated the amount of wealth per adult citizen.
Casualties from land mines or similar explosive devices rose sharply in 2015 to the highest level in a decade. The figure is blamed on conflicts in Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Ukraine, and Yemen.
Kazakhstan has the most traffic fatalities per capita in Europe and the former Soviet Union, while Norway’s roads are the safest. This map shows the number of traffic deaths per 100,000 people in a year.
"Authoritarian populism" has been used to describe the political views of European voters united by issues like opposition to immigration and globalization.
From intelligence officer to poet, these are some of the jobs that were held
by the heads of state today.
In Georgia, a single person -- former Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili -- has assets worth more than one-third of the country's GDP. Here is how several nations' GDPs compare with the wealth of their billionaires.
Bribery for basic services remains pervasive in many former communist nations.
Which post-Soviet countries have the highest minimum wages?
Two-thirds of the world's 3.2 billion people with Internet access live in countries where government critics are subject to censorship, according to Freedom House.
How does the U.S. president’s salary compare to that of other world leaders?