CNN | May 7, 2013
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) between emerging markets exceeds that of developed economies. Parag Khanna explains the trend, highlighting the steady diversification of Chinese outbound FDI and new opportunities in Asia and the Middle East.
ARede | April 2013
By Parag Khanna
VIVEMOS na Era Híbrida, a fronteira da Era da Informação. O ser humano evolui lado a lado com a tecnologia, rumo a uma civilização homem-máquina. A tecnologia nos transforma tanto quanto nós a transformamos.
CNN Global Exchange | March 24, 2013
The leaders of the BRICS nations meet in South Africa this week and announced they would establish a development bank. Parag Khanna discusses their internal frictions, ambitious plans, and prospects for expansion.
Hindustan Times Leadership Summit | 16 November 2012
In an argument in support of an optimistic global outlook, Dr. Parag Khanna of the Hybrid Reality Institute cites advancements in the ability for humans to communicate, innovate, and travel as drivers of a new world economy.
Hindustan Times | November 16, 2012
By Gaurav Chowdhury
India needs to quickly embrace technology, modernise retail trade and focus on infrastructure development to spin jobs and boost incomes. If it fails to do so, the growth process may leave behind a significant section of the population and bring on socio-political upheavals that the country can ill-afford, leading geo-strategist Parag Khanna has cautioned.
Google Zeitgeist | October 2012
Revitalizing our communities takes ingenuity and collaboration. Who is on the front line, and how are they shaking things up?
Google Zeitgeist | October 16, 2012
Parag Khanna speaks with Dan Gilbert of Rock Ventures about revitalizing our communities with ingenuity and collaboration.
CNBC Asia | October 8, 2012
High rates of infrastructure investments in Asia are helping to attract investors. Parag Khanna discusses the pattern of infrastructure investment on the continent.
CNBC Asia | October 8, 2012
Parag Khanna says recent signs are pointing to positivity in the global economy. He also discusses Jack Welch’s comments that the U.S. jobs data has been ‘cooked’.
Civil Service College, Singapore | September 13, 2012
The Straits Times | September 24, 2012
By Cheong Suk Wai
Geopolitical strategist Parag Khanna and his wife Ayesha are so well travelled that they have had to get a new passport for their three-year-old daughter Zara, her old one having run out of pages.
O Estado de Sao Paulo | 15 July 2012
By Ivan Marsiglia
TED | July 7, 2012
This year’s TED Global conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, carried the provocative theme “Radical Openness.” Parag Khanna guest hosted a full session on the “Upside of Transparency” featuring a range of brilliant speakers.
The Washington Post | July 3, 2012
By Chris Schroeder
“Globalization” isn’t a popular word in political circles these days, but authors Parag and Ayesha Khanna are making it their life’s mission to change that. In their new e-book, “Hybrid Reality,” the couple argue that the burgeoning forces of worldwide connectedness and shared innovation will open opportunities to all who understand and embrace them.
MSNBC | June 16, 2012
Ayesha and Parag Khanna share the thesis of their new e-book, “Hybrid Reality,” as they and Melissa Harris-Perry look at how technology has evolved and become integrated into everyday life.
New Cities Foundation | May 15, 2012
The traditional hardware of cities – the city’s skeleton – its trains, roads, hospitals, schools, theaters, office blocks, shopping malls, energy and water grids are now increasingly connected. City dwellers are also increasingly connected to one another, to city government, and to services. Parts of that very system are increasingly connected, machine-to-machine. What impact does this interconnection have on the building, maintainance and governance of the future metropolis? What are the main trends and emerging solutions for the connected city?
Skagen Funds | June 7, 2012
At a conference organised by SKAGEN on 7 June 2012, Dr Parag Khanna discusses how the geopolitical landscape has changed over the past 20 years and how we are entering into a golden age of globalisation.
CNN Global Exchange | May 9, 2012
Parag Khanna discusses the emergence of state-capitalism with John Defterios on CNN’s Global Exchange.
Oxford University | April 23, 2012
In this lecture, Ayesha & Parag Khanna discuss the main characteristics of the Hybrid Age, elaborating on the notion of human-technology co-evolution and the framework of geo-technology for interpreting historical change. Particular attention is given to manifestations such as social robotics, the virtual economy, and smart cities. They also present numerous scenarios for social, economic and geopolitical disruptions that might occur in the coming decades.
Schweizer Monat | April 2012
Interview with Florian Rittmeyer
The 21st century will not be dominated by China, India or Brazil but by the City. Such is the prediction of Parag Khanna. He sees Switzerland as a state of cities. And proposes a partnership with Singapore.
The World Today | April/May 2012
Interview conducted by Alan Philips
One of the most original thinkers on global strategy and technology discusses the future of the nation state, the focus of British foreign policy and how good can emerge from crisis.
CNN | March 28, 2012
Parag Khanna discusses the tensions below the surface at this year’s BRICS summit in New Delhi on CNN’s Global Exchange hosted by John Defterios.
Financial Times | March 28, 2012
By Parag Khanna
The term “Brics” is the ultimate double-edge sword of global political economy. It connotes a set of fast-growing and increasingly influential economies (also described as “rising powers” or “second world”). But it imputes to them a sense of unity that on closer inspection may not really exist. This week’s Brics summit in New Delhi reveals the potential and flaws of both aspects of the term – and why India ultimately has to be self-reliant.
Chatham House | March 15, 2012
Parag Khanna, Senior Research Fellow at the New America Foundation, Senior Fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations, and Visiting Fellow at LSE IDEAS, outlines his geo-technological view of the world to Young Leaders at Chatham House in London.
UNICEF | March 1, 2012
“If children’s rights will be achieved anywhere, it will certainly be in the cities.” On the occasion of the launch of The State of the World’s Children 2012: Children in an Urban World, UNICEF’s communication specialist Tobias Dierks asked Parag Khanna, one of the world’s leading geo-strategists, what impact urbanization has on our lives, why he thinks that cities are the “locus of global problem-solving” and how children’s rights can best be protected in an urban world.
Australian Financial Review | February 24, 2012
By Barry Dunstan
In Australia for investment symposiums for Perennial Investment Partners, Khanna spends?his time charting the major changes in the world as the West struggles and the emerging world rises – and he envies Australia and the other resources-rich Western country, Canada.
Ambulance to Mongolia — Video from the Charity Rally 2010
der Freitag | February 3, 2012
Interview with Mikhael Krogerus
Die 40 wichtigsten weltpolitischen Fragen an einen, der glaubt, jede Antwort zu kennen: Dr. Parag Khanna, der Popstar unter den Politberatern.
Brown Journal of World Affairs | Fall/Winter 2011
CNN | December 28, 2011
Parag Khanna tours Mumbai with CNN’s Mallika Kapur to explain the need for a data-driven cities index, the importance of large-scale infrastructure to alleviate urban congestion and boost productivity, and the economic promise of slums such as Mumbai’s Dharavi.
Business Standard | December 2, 2011
Interview with Indira Kannan
In this interview, Parag Khanna discusses with Indira Kannan why BRICS is “bullshit” and what India needs to do to assert itself on the global stage.
Compass Summit | October 24, 2011
Compass Summit, a forum for true interaction and exchange examines some of today’s most pressing problems through the lens of global citizenship, recognizing that human ingenuity is an unlimited resource.
TechCrunch TV | October 24, 2011
Yes, we know that technology entrepreneurs are revolutionizing media, healthcare, education, energy, even government. But what about the ancient art of diplomacy? Can entrepreneurs – and, in particular, Internet entrepreneurs – help us run the world more effectively?
New America Foundation | October 19, 2011
Parag Khanna discusses the potential pitfalls of trying to predict the future of energy technology and how we will consume energy at the event, “What Will Turn Us On in 2030?: Competing With Fossil Fuels to Power the Future.”
Singapore Futures Group | October 2011
The Futures Group of Singapore’s Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) has sponsored this clever FGAnimate video on the complex chain reactions in today’s global economy.
Financial Times | October 18, 2011
By James Crabtree
The 4,500 residents of the sleepy Italian island of Lampedusa are a community under siege. Lying only 180 miles north-west of Libya, they have found themselves at the epicentre of an international crisis as Italy struggles to cope with more than 52,000 migrants who have arrived from north Africa this year, sparking a political outcry that has rever-berated across Europe.
Schweizer Monat | September 2011
NGOs und multinationale Unternehmen verdrängen die traditionelle Diplomatie der Staaten, sagt Parag Khanna. Wie reagieren Nationalstaaten und supranationale Grossorganisationen auf diese Entwicklung? Ein Gespräch über die neuen Diplomaten, ein byzantinisches Amerika und chinesischen Strassenbau.
Watch the video trailer for “How to Run the World,” the book that predicts a generation of youth-led revolts across the globe, captures a new era of competition among economic and political models, and champions the new coalitions among governments, companies and civil society that can tackle our most pressing challenges.
CNBC | August 1, 2011
Parag Khanna discusses the prospects for continued uprising in Syria during Ramadan and the current reform process in Egypt. There is not likely to be a Western military intervention in Syria. The unfolding “Arab Spring” will take years to play out, with differential trajectories among resource-rich monarchies, resource-poor monarchies, resource-rich non-monarchies, and resource-poor non-monarchies. The prospects for long-term growth are good in the Arab world if more accountable governments come into power and investors focus on infrastructure and job creation. This is a moment of “healthy chaos.”
Workplace Now | August 2011
Total Globalization is the fifth stage of globalization – it’s the point at which things truly become global. Up until that point the world’s largest 20 economies had dominated trade, but now the other 180 economies are becoming far more active and the trade balance is shifting towards what were once regarded as non-core economies. This shift has enormous implications for all of us and is not driven by a single power. Total Globalization began in 1995 with the widespread availability of information technologies like the internet and mobiles.
The Agenda | August 1, 2011
Appearing on TV Ontario’s “The Agenda,” Parag Khanna discusses the global competition among political and economic models, the “next best thing” approach to countries such as Afghanistan and Egypt, why the “India model” is thriving across the post-colonial world, and how collaborative governance among public and private sectors is the key to successful leadership.
London | June 7, 2011
Innovation, Trends and Thought Leadership are the backbone of every industry, whether it be the Web, Mobile, Creative or Social Entrepreneurship. Over two days in June 2011, we are bringing together some of the most brilliant minds in Technology, Creativity and Entrepreneurship from across the world to the heart of Europe’s exploding tech and creative scene in London.
CNBC Asia | July 22, 2011
Parag appears on CNBC Asia from Singapore to discuss the recent ASEAN Summit and ASEAN-China relations.
Channel News Asia | July 22, 2011
How do you solve the world’s problems like war, human rights abuses, environmental devastation and financial disaster? Well, author Parag Khanna thinks he has the answers and explains all in his new book, “How to Run the World.” The adventurer-scholar, named by Esquire Magazine as one of the 75 most influential people of the 21st century, joins us in our studio to share his perspective.
Knowledge@Wharton | July 13, 2011
Stephen J. Kobrin, Wharton management professor and publisher of Wharton Digital Press, recently spoke with Khanna about his latest book, How to Run the World, the emergence of a postmodern Middle Ages, why mega-diplomacy is critical, and his views on the Middle East, including Gaddafi and the conflict in the Libya.
June 23, 2011 | Toronto, Canada
Humankind is at a turning point in its relationship to technology. As we enter the “Hybrid Age,” characterized by deep human-to-technology interactions, cities are poised to embrace emerging technologies in a push toward sustainable economic growth and innovation. In this presentation, futurists Ayesha and Parag Khanna describe the evolution of smart cities based on their travels to high-tech urban centres from Portugal to Sweden to South Korea. They will highlight new technologies related to urban efficiency and sustainability, and elaborate on new models of governance for smart cities.
Conversations with History | April 13, 2011
Harry Kreisler welcomes author Parag Khanna, Senior Fellow at the New America Foundation, to discuss his new book, “How to Run the World: Charting a Course to the Next Renaissance.” Khanna analyzes the complex ecosystem created by globalization and how a new diplomacy has become the defining feature of international interactions.
Press TV | June 2011
Parag Khanna discusses his new book How to Run the World with Susan Modaress, host of “The Autograph” on Press TV.
C-SPAN | February 7, 2011
At the Robert S. Strauss Center at the University of Texas at Austin, Parag Khanna argues that the modern era resembles the Middle Ages in terms of international relations. He says that it is possible to usher in a new Renaissance if we take advantage of our interconnectedness.
Saudi Aramco World | May/June 2011
Interview with Tom Verde
The Middle Ages was a very long period of history, from the fall of Rome to the fall of Constantinople. A thousand years are captured by this phrase, “the Middle Ages.”
Curitiba, Brazil | May 18, 2011
Following on the publication of our TIME magazine article “Long Bus, Short Wait,” Ayesha and I were taken for a special ride on Curitiba’s new Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system. …
DevelopmentEx.com | May 13, 2011
Interview with Oliver Subasinghe
Ambassadors, mercenaries, pontiffs and traders were key actors during the dark and transformative Middle Ages. What does that time have in common with today?
L’Agefi | May 12, 2011
Interview with Sebastian Ruche
Pourquoi la révolution arabe va se propager. Comment la mégadiplomatie gouverne le monde. Pourquoi tuer Kadhafi.
Politik + Kommunikation | April 2011
Interview with Johannes Altmeyer and Florian Renneberg
Der indisch-amerikanische Autor Parag Khanna ist Experte für internationale Beziehungen. p&k hat mit ihm über moderne Diplomatie, die Macht der NGOs und Barack Obama gesprochen.
Janera.com | February 25, 2011
Janera Soerel, curator of the Global Citizen Conversations, speaks to Ayesha and Parag Khanna about “How to Run the World” and the Hybrid Reality Institute.
Der Tages Anzeiger | April 16, 2011
By Alain Zucker
Der aussenpolitische Vordenker Parag Khanna sagt, man hätte Ghadhafi aus humanitären Gründen längst liquidieren sollen.
NPR Marketplace | April 7, 2011
Millions of dollars will be spent rebuilding the Middle East. Arab countries can play a vital role in funding those projects.
Management Next (India) | March 2011
BloggingHeads TV | April 5, 2011
Robert Wright and Parag Khanna discuss whether nation-states are passe, whether Gaddafi can be legally assassinated, how the postmodern world resembles the Middle Ages, how to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons, and better ways to fight global warming than treaties.
The European | April 4, 2011
Nur globale Netzwerke über die Grenzen staatlicher Souveränität hinaus können zur Lösung der großen Probleme beitragen, findet Parag Khanna. Welche Rolle in diesem Prozess Autoritäten zukommt, welchen Einfluss die Globalisierung 1.0 hierbei hatte und was die zunehmende Bedeutung von nicht-staatlichen Akteuren ausmacht erklärt er im Interview mit Martin Eiermann.
Berliner Zeitung | April 1, 2011
Berlin – “Guten Tag”, sagt Parag Khanna. Akzentfrei. “Wir machen das Interview auf Deutsch. Warum sollen Sie noch die Mühe mit der Übersetzung haben.” Er steht aufrecht vor mir, 190 Zentimeter groß, in seinem in Indien maßgeschneiderten dunklen Anzug. Sehr freundlich, sehr konzentriert. Wir sitzen auf Stühlen einander gegenüber in einem kleinen Büro des Berlin Verlages in Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg, unweit vom Volkspark Friedrichshain und dem Denkmal der Märzgefallenen.
Fortune | March 29, 2011
Foreign policy wunderkind Parag Khanna says revolutions in the Middle East could mean good things for the world – and for business.
CNN American Morning | March 28, 2011
President Obama will address the nation about Operation Odyssey Dawn and the U.S.’s involvement in military action there Monday evening. Parag Khanna is a Senior Fellow at the non-partisan think tank, The New American Foundation, and is the author of “How to Run the World”. Khanna talks to American Morning about the latest developments out of Libya and what Operation Odyssey Dawn means for American politics.
La Stampa | March 27, 2011
La tesi del politologo Usa Parag Khanna: sono saltati i confini disegnati nell’800, ora tutto cambierà.
Intelligence Squared | March 22, 2011
Conventional wisdom tells us that a new star will rise in the East, and over the past decade all eyes have been looking towards China or India to witness the emergence of the 21st century’s new superpower. But if the three key elements for a strong and powerful economy are democracy, economic growth and low inflation then neither of those would-be giants makes the grade. So perhaps we should all do an about-turn. Look West, young man!
BigThink.com | March 22, 2011
Parag Khanna leads a distinguished panel on the future of economic competition. This segment asks how America can invest in education, infrastructure and research at a time of fiscal austerity.
BigThink.com | March 21, 2011
Parag Khanna leads a distinguished panel on the future of economic competition. The first topic in this series asks the question of who is to blame for the ongoing global economic downturn.
De Morgen (Belgium) | March 9, 2011
TANK | Spring 2011
By Shumon Basar
“Colonies were once conquered, now countries are bought.” So says Parag Khanna, author of the new book How
to Run the World. It’s not a manual for James Bond-style megalomaniacs, nor is it expert advice on long-distance marathons. It’s the follow-up to Khanna’s first treatise on “late globalisation,” The Second World (2008), in which he defined this term as applying to a nation that exhibits both first- and third-world characteristics simultaneously.
Business Times (Singapore) | March 5, 2011
By Leon Hadar
International relations scholar and author Parag Khanna talks about geopolitics and identity in the post-post-modern world.
SonnntagsZeitung | February 27, 2011
von Martin Suter
Der amerikanische Aussenpolitik-Experte und Regierungsberater Parag Khanna über den Umbruch in der islamischen Welt, Ghadhafi als wahren Revolutionär und die Zukunft von Europa.
Times of India | February 27, 2011
Parag Khanna, author of How to Run the World, says India needs to worry about corruption, the Naxal problem, its youth bulge without jobs to match — not China.
Die ZEIT | February 24, 2011
Adapted excerpt from HOW TO RUN THE WORLD published in the German weekly newspaper Die ZEIT on the occasion of the launch of the German edition titled WIE MAN DIE WELT REGIERT.
Forbes.com | February 21, 2011
By Elmira Bayrasli
In How To Run the World, Parag Khanna envisions a new world order. Business and entrepreneurship are no longer the maligned enemy of social good, but an “indispensable” public partner. In fact, Khanna, a fellow on American strategy at the New America Foundation, says, boardrooms are the new diplomatic outposts and military bases. Hence it is necessary for “CEOs to know as much as diplomats about the world and its various elements – they can’t rely on embassies to act on its behalf anymore – and those that know this are those that are succeeding.”
CBS | February 19, 2011
Parag Khanna, author of “How to Run the World,” explained to Russ Mitchell how the protests and civil unrest is spreading throughout the Middle East and what it means for the U.S.
PBS | February 18, 2011
Bestselling author Parag Khanna is hard to pin down. He’s raced 8,000 miles from London to Mongolia in the Mongolia Charity Rally, served in the foreign policy advisory group for Barack Obama’s presidential campaign, and he’s been dubbed a global futurist and an adventurer-scholar.
CNN | February 14, 2011
How should America engage in Egypt after the ouster of its long standing ally Hosni Mubarak? Parag advocates a mega-diplomacy approach in which the U.S. makes friends with all players in the new Egyptian political spectrum, including the Muslim Brotherhood and other opposition groups, and uses its companies, NGOs, universities, and other domestic resources to build partnerships that advance the development of the Egyptian economy and society.
February 15, 2011
Two cartoons capture the mood in Egypt today. The first asks whether democracy or theocracy will replace autocracy in the country. The second depicts Hosni Mubarak himself replacing the stolen King Tut statue from the Egyptian Museum.
DNA India | January 29, 2011
By Uttara Chaudhary
One of India’s leading daily newspapers profiles Parag Khanna on his new book “How to Run the World,” India’s challenges in Kashmir, Pakistan and Afghanistan, and the role of Generation-Y in the future of diplomacy.
Al Jazeera | February 3, 2011
As the Egyptian crisis continues, Parag Khanna discusses shifting U.S. policy towards Hosni Mubarak, scenarios for the next Egyptian regime, and the role of youth in promoting accountability.
PSFK | February 4, 2011
In his new book, How to Run the World, writer and international relations expert Parag Khanna talks about the challenges faced across the world; depleting natural resources, political and economic instability and environmental stress, comparing today’s global scenario to that of the Medieval Ages. He also offers a blueprint for creating a stable world by encouraging active participation of multinational firms, non-profit organizations, innovators and other communities in the governance of the nations.
KVON Radio | February 3, 2011
Interview with Jeff Schechman
As we wake up each morning to a new geopolitical crises, in countries we usually don’t think about very often, it’s more important then ever to understand how the world works. We talk about globalization and a border-less world, yet their are more nation states and political borders then ever before. Here at home we hear criticism of trans-national corporations, yet where do we think that the jobs will come from, to move much of the world out of poverty.
NPR | February 1, 2011
Geo-strategist PARAG KHANNA looks around the world and sees echoes of the Middle Ages, with both West and East powerful, Middle East sheikhdoms, powerful city-states, wealthy multinational corporations, religious zealots and more.
Bloomberg News | January 31, 2011
Parag Khanna discusses the unfolding upheaval in Egypt with Pimm Fox.
Foreign Policy Digest | January 31, 2011
By Mahanth Joishy
How to Run the World was released in January 2011 as author Parag Khanna’s sophomore effort. It’s an unambiguously ambitious title for a book about foreign affairs. A number of strangers who have seen me with the tome in hand gave me curious glances and requests like “get back to me once you’ve figured all of that out.”
NRC Handelsblad | January 30, 2011
By Juurd Eijsvoogel
Profile in the Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad covering the World Economic at Davos and the future of diplomacy.
The Economist | January 27, 2011
SOME books about global politics charge at you full tilt, brandishing a radical idea for changing the world. Others pick their way through the nettles. The romantic in every reader yearns for a new order to sweep aside the impediments of the old. The sceptic knows that life is complicated. Both sorts of books have their strengths, but—on the evidence of two new accounts of 21st-century power—caution has the upper hand just now.
Google | January 20, 2011
BigThink | January 2011
Reuters.com | January 21, 2011
Interview with Katherine Herrup
I spoke with Parag Khanna, author of “How to Run the World” and a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum, about global imbalances and creating better corporate citizens. The following are some excerpts of our conversation.
Swiss Style | January 2011
Profile by Jean Francois Begun
Henry Kissinger once said that, “You do not design a new world order as an emergency measure.
But you need an emergency to bring about a new world order.” Quite poignant words given today’s environment, where we seem to be hurtling toward a perfect storm of energy consumption,
population growth and food and water insufficiencies.
Asia Times | January 22, 2011
By Pepe Escober
Steve Clemons of the New America Foundation describes Parag Khanna as a “global futurist”. Now that’s a sterling job. Even apart from the obviously sexy Isaac Asimov overtones, this entails crisscrossing the planet identifying future trends and getting paid for it. On the other hand, it’s true that an array of single-minded wonks slumped in their think-tank chairs also love to deploy this job description. That’s certainly not the case with Khanna – a young, dynamic, hyper-connected insider who’s actually been all over the world armed with a good education, and has a sense of history, no prejudice, an open mind and delightful conversational skills.
NPR “Talk of the Nation” | January 20, 2011
Millions of people in southern Sudan hope to soon become citizens of a new country. The New America Foundation’s Parag Khanna says the world will be more peaceful if other minority groups worldwide realize their own aspirations for statehood.
CNN | January 13, 2011
The author of “How to Run the World” talks to CNN’s Errol Barnett about geopolitics and globalization. He discusses instability in Iraq, the break-up of Sudan, and the need to re-map post-colonial regions.
Forbes.com | January 2011
Lux Capital CEO Josh Wolfe interviews Parag Khanna on his new book How to Run the World. Their conversation covers issues such as the turbulent relations between the public and private sectors, the competition among various economic models from America to Europe to China, and the “Giving Pledge” spearheaded by Bill Gates and Warren Buffet.
Yahoo Finance Tech Ticker | January 14, 2011
From authoritarian regimes that violate human rights to deadly diseases that wipe out entire populations, it is safe to say the world’s got its fair share of problems.
New America Foundation | January 12, 2011
Please join the New America Foundation in a conversation with Senior Research Fellow Parag Khanna on his new book, How to Run the World: Charting a Course to the Next Renaissance. This follow-on to his international best-seller, The Second World, explores our chaotic 21st century landscape, which Khanna describes as a New Middle Ages. How to Run the World lays out a bold new “mega-diplomacy” that combines the resources of governments, corporations, and civic actors to address our most pressing global challenges.
CNBC| January 6, 2011
By Gloria McDonough-Taub
Parag Khanna was recently named by Esquire magazine one of the “75 Most Influential People of the 21st Century”, Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google says, “We need to pay attention to his ideas” and Nicholas Nassim Taleb, author of “THE BLACK SWAN” says, “Parag Khanna has vision.”
BBC World | December 23, 2010
Parag Khanna discusses the Obama administration’s December 2010 Afghanistan-Pakistan Strategic Review and prospects for success in 2011.
December 11, 2010
Touch-screen banking, basketball, and schmoozing on the eve of the Globes Business Conference in Tel Aviv, Israel.
December 11, 2010
The recently opened Design Museum in Holon, Israel, is the brainchild of renowned architect Ron Arad and part of the emerging cluster of fresh museums emerging in this suburb of Tel Aviv.
December 9, 2010
Here is a fantastic, young, fresh alternative music group coming out of Lebanon that deserves wide exposure. Hope to see them again in the U.S. and Europe!
Lebanon prides itself on being the only country in the world where one can ski and relax on the beach in the same day. But this year has brought no snowfall.
Canadian Corporate Counsel Association
BBC World | November 24, 2010
Parag Khanna discusses the growing NATO military activity in Afghanistan and the controversial results of the Afghan parliamentary elections.
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Wall Street Journal | Fall 2010
Parag Khanna discusses the balance of world powers and what America must do to innovate and stay competitive globally.
Interview with Circle of Blue “Water News”.
Milken Global Conference | April 26, 2010
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Der Standard | January 27, 2010
US-Politologe Parag Khanna über eine Strategie für Afghanistan, den Umgang mit dem Iran und die Konkurrenz zwischen USA und China. Mit Khanna sprach in Davos Alexandra Föderl-Schmi
Straits Times | December 8, 2009
THERE is something to be said about pursuing a thought that seizes you, even if it takes you to the ends of the Earth. Just ask American foreign policy scholar Parag Khanna.
Sueddeutsche Zeitung | October 30, 2009
Klimaschutz hat bei den Amerikanern keine Top-Priorität. Europa sollte nicht auf die Klimaschutz-Nachzügler warten – sondern vorangehen.
International Relations and Security Network | October 27, 2009
Poder | October 2009
Oriental Morning Post | October 19, 2009
Wiener Zeitung | October 16, 2009
Die Presse | October 15, 2009
The European | October 1, 2009
TED Blog | September 28, 2009
TED Global | July 24, 2009
Design Mind | Fall 2009 (Issue 11)
Press TV | May 15, 2009
Internationale Politik | May 2009
MTV InnerView | April 2009
El Mundo | May 9, 2009
Semanal | May 5, 2009
Liberazione | May 5, 2009
Nezavissimaya Gazeta | April 30, 2009
Freie Welt | April 29, 2009
La Voz | April 14, 2009
Cicero | April 6, 2009
Russia Today | April 3, 2009
Cinco Dias | April 1, 2009
La Razon | April 1, 2009
IntentBlog | March 31, 2009
MTV InnerView | March 2009
Corriere dela Sera | March 17, 2009
Il Riformista | March 15, 2009
Il Manifesto | March 2009
TANK | February 2009
PBS ‘Great Decisions’ | January 2009
Il Vinerdi | February 6, 2009
PBS World Focus | January 30, 2009
CBC | January 12, 2009
Press TV | January 7, 2009
Geopolitics | Winter 2008
Die Zeit | December 31, 2008
CBS Morning News | January 2, 2009
MTV InnerView | January 2009
Veja | December 31, 2008
Jornal do Brasil | January 12, 2009
Prospect | January 2009
KPFK Los Angeles Radio | December 9, 2008
MTV InnerView | December 2008
O Estado de Sao Paulo | November 30, 2008
MTV InnerView | November 2008
London Review of Books | November 6, 2008
The Daily Star | October 28, 2008
Radar | September 30, 2008
MTV InnerView | October 2008
Gene Expression | September 26, 2008
Esquire | October 2008
WIRED | October 2008
DNA India | September 15, 2008
Esquire | October 2008
Die Zeit | September 11, 2008
New America Foundation Media Advisory | September 10, 2008
Die Zeit | July 3, 2008
Internet Review of Books | June 21, 2008
Macleans | June 19, 2008
PBS | May 15, 2008
Strategy+Business | May 6, 2008
Asia Society | April 30, 2008
Frankfurter Rundschau | April 27, 2008
WAMU/NPR | April 21, 2008
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs | April 16, 2008
NPR Book Tour | April 15, 2008
MTV World | February 12, 2008
Ontario TV | April 11, 2008
South Asian Journalists Association (SAJA) | April 8, 2008
United Nations Media Global | April 4, 2008
The New York Times Sunday Book Review | March 29, 2008
The Financial Times | March 29, 2008
Washington Post Book World Web-Chat | March 25, 2008
The Washington Post | March 23, 2008
Berkeley Institute for International Studies | March 21, 2008
EGO Magazine | March 20, 2008
PBS | March 19, 2008
UN Plaza | March 17, 2008
New America Foundation | March 17, 2008
New America Foundation | March 17, 2008
On Day One | March 17, 2008
Janera | March 7, 2008
El Mercurio | March 6, 2008
WBUR/NPR | March 06, 2008
New York Times | March 5, 2008
Cal Lit Review | March 4, 2008
Big Think | March 03, 2008
Exame | February 27, 2008