Andrew Yang cut his teeth in the dotcom bubble before establishing a US-wide business. Now he wants to lead his country and introduce a “freedom dividend”. Jane Lewis reports.
Leo Varadkar has been compared to the Iron Lady. But it is with Brexit that Ireland’s new prime minister will find his toughest test.
Venezuela would have much to gain from seeing the back of its president, Nicolás Maduro. Sadly, there’s not much chance of that.
Colourful Malaysian financier Jho low has found himself at the centre of a giant money-laundering investigation.
As he heads to court, Martin Shrekli appears to be revelling in his status as the most unpopular man in America.
Yuriko Koike became governor of Tokyo last year, and her new party, Tomin First (Tokyo Citizens First), “stormed to victory” in the city’s assembly elections. She is already being tipped as Japan’s next prime minister.
King Salman has brushed his nephew aside in naming his son, Mohammed bin Salman, as his heir to the Saudi throne.
The family feud engulfing the family of Singapore’s prime minister, Lee Hsien Loong, has exploded into the open.
Could Ruth Davidson be the natural leader the Conservative party has been looking for?
José and Alfonso Fanjul, “the Sultans of Sugar”, are leading the US sugar lobby’s charge against Mexico.
Never a fan of the limelight, John Elkann returned to rescue the carmaker his grandfather started.