In 2021, we live in a time of relative peace, however, as this map reveals, that does not mean there are no conflicts in the world...
Despite its lack of fanfare, antimony is a critical mineral that plays an important role in the mass storage of renewable energy.
Every year, governments spend trillions on healthcare and defense. But how much is spent per person, and how does this compare by country?
Americans rely on several institutions for their services and safety—but how has their confidence in institutions changed since 1975?
Aside from the obvious human toll, violence also hurts productivity and wealth creation. We visualize the real economic impact of violence in these charts.
This interactive map uses 114 metrics to measure the geopolitical power and influence of 25 countries, focusing on Asian powers and the United States.
The U.S. spends more on defense than the next 7 countries combined. Part of that money goes to supporting 200,000 troops abroad in 177 countries.