ABOUT PARAG KHANNA

Parag Khanna is Founder & Managing Partner of FutureMap, a data and scenario based strategic advisory firm. He is the international bestselling author of six books, has traveled to most of the countries of the world, and holds a PhD from the London School of Economics.

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EVENT VIDEOS

The Future of ASEAN

ASEAN Business Advisory Council
26 October 2021

Succeeding Together

LinkedIn
21 October 2021

Forced to flee: Climate refugees

Doha Debates
20 October 2021

The Future of the Asia Pacific Region

Milken Conference
19 October 2021

The Future Today

Urban Land Institute (ULI)
14 October 2021

Authors @ Google: Mapping Humanity’s Future

Talks @ Google
13 October 2021

CreTech: MOVE!

CRETech Climate
13 October 2021

How Mass Migration Will Reshape the World – and What It Means for You

How to Academy
12 October 2021

TV

The Future of Migration

Bloomberg QuickTake
21 October 2021

Tech firms are ‘double outsourcing’ amid labor shortages in the pandemic

CNBC Squawk Box Asia
14 October 2021

Why Mass Migration is Inevitable — and What it Means for India

Strat News Global
12 October 2021

How do the “new Silk Roads” work

Discovery Channel
19 April 2021

Asia’s Leadership of Globalization

CGTN
3 February 2021

America under Biden: Engaging with the world again

CNN
31 January 2021

ARTICLES & ESSAYS

PRESS & INTERVIEWS

BOOKS

Radio & Podcasts

A Future Without Borders

52 Insights Magazine
13 July 2016

Asia and the Virus Outbreak

The China Current
13 February 2020

Maps

Connectography has inspired two global infrastructure mapping efforts.

Connectivity Atlas

  • The Connectivity Atlas is a collaboration with Development Seed and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Cartography Lab.

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Harvard World Map of Connectography

  • The Connectography World Map is a collaboration with Jeff Blossom of the Harvard Center for Geographical Analysis.

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