The World Economic Forum's vision of ever-closer commercial and political ties is threatened as the international financial outlook darkens.
As people in France protest high costs of living, some worry that violence has obscured the movement's message.
The French have extracted concessions from their government by taking to the streets en masse. Their protest carries a valuable lesson.
A manhunt in France ends after the terrorism suspect fired on approaching police, authorities say. He was sought in three deaths.
The “Gilets Jaunes” are angry about President Emmanuel Macron’s policies, which they say favor the wealthy.
The French president's surrender after weeks of street violence might not be enough to defuse public anger against him, his critics say.
As the world's powers gather for their annual summit, demonstrators denounce imperialism, austerity and more. A dispatch from Buenos Aires.
"Yellow jacket" protesters angry over taxes and France's high cost of living burn cars and tag the Arc de Triomphe amid clashes with police.
The clashes come on the eighth day of demonstrations that began as opposition to fuel taxes but have become a rebuke of President Macron.