These three things will change the world today.
The US department of justice (DoJ) has charged two Russian intelligence officers and their conspirators for hacking Yahoo in 2014.
US, Russia, and China have been named as the top three most powerful countries in the world.
The Russian economy was devastated by the collapse of the Russian ruble in the second half of 2014, but optimism for future growth remains after greater investment in human capital and services.
Labour MPs have accused the UK government of hiding information about the Kremlin interfering with Brexit.
The infiltration of the US Democratic Party’s email servers, the major power outage in Ukraine, and Sony’s massive data breach are just some of the damaging cyber attacks carried out by sophisticated hackers over the last few years.
The former ExxonMobil chief executive Rex Tillerson was sworn in as the Trump administration’s secretary of state last week, after having been confirmed by the Senate.
Tokyo pulled further ahead of Russia in terms of nominal gross domestic product (GDP) as the world continues to shift towards city dominance.
It seems nothing can stop the rising tide of craft beer from flooding the world.
These three things are going to have a significant impact on the wider world.
The World Economic Forum’s (WEF) twelfth annual assessment of global risks was published today, with a strong focus this year on tackling inequality and deepening social and political polarisation.