The Inquiry gets beyond the headlines to explore the trends, forces and ideas shaping the world.
Porn, smart phones and the ‘slutty transmitter’.
We investigate the research into growing up with married, cohabiting and single parents.
More and more families from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador are travelling to the US
Last month Hong Kong witnessed its largest ever protests. How will China respond?
Examining the character, beliefs and ambition of Britain’s most recognisable politician
South India’s biggest city is gripped by drought, residents have to queue for water.
Humanity has many problems. Does the solution to some lie deep beneath our oceans' waves?
Should governments look beyond GDP and make our wellbeing their priority?
Can vaccines stop Ebola in the DRC or will it take more than medical intervention?
Why is Alabama always getting picked on in America?
What does science tell us about the possibility of travelling in time?
Tensions are escalating between the two countries, but will it lead to war?
Indonesia has announced it is thinking of building a new capital city. Can it be done?
Some of the world’s most successful bands are singing in Korean.
President Omar al-Bashir was deposed on 11th April, but protesters still line the streets
Ecuador legalised some of its gangs in 2007, but did it work?
The challenge to produce enough food to feed our growing population
The news today can be pretty terrifying, but how scared should we really be?
For 70 years India and Pakistan have fought over Kashmir. What has fuelled the violence?
What motivates the global space race - power, prestige or social progress?
This group of fighters-for-hire has been active around the world. What’s going on?
The EU faces what’s described as an existential crisis as support for populism grows.
A bright new future of clean power and easy living, or a science fiction nightmare?
How do you rehabilitate a child caught up in violent extremism?
Innovative and unexpected ways to tackle youth suicide are emerging around the world
Why is the world not focused on the death, destruction and famine in Yemen?
Smartphones, sanctions and death sentences: what's going on with Huawei?
With more children in school than ever, why have reading rates been so slow to improve?
The technology to edit our baby's DNA has arrived