Carnegie Europe | September 23, 2016
John Kornblum of Carnegie Europe writes, "We desperately need enlightenment. For this reason alone, books such as Connectography should be welcomed."Read More
I'm very pleased to share that Dubai Airport's flagship store Magrudy's has selected Connectography as its book of the month, with a campaign running through September and October. Check out the display and pick up a copy as you're passing through the enormous T3!Read More
World Economic Forum | September 9, 2016
On the 15th anniversary of 9/11, Robert Muggah and Parag Khanna analyze global patterns of violence and assess fatalities from terrorism versus homicide.Read More
Global Times | August 14, 2016
Parag Khanna is interviewed by Global Times about Connectography and how the China-proposed Belt and Road (B&R) initiative will reshape geography through supply chains.Read More
Big Think | July 28, 2016
Global warming is no longer the problem of our children. In this Big Think video, Parag Khanna explores the impacts of climate change on food supply chains and cities.Read More
Stratfor | July 20, 2016
From trade to security alliances, Western leaders are more talk than action. If the US and EU don't follow the simple adage to "put your money where your mouth is," their geopolitical relevance will decline compared to China and Asia.Read More
Georgetown Magazine | July 2016
Parag Khanna is interviewed by Jeffrey Donahoe about his working background, CONNECTOGRAPPHY and how connectivity is the most important asset class of the 21st century.Read More
Parag Khanna, Managing Partner of FutureMap, a data and scenario based strategic global advisory firm. International bestselling author of six books, including Technocracy and Connectography. Keynote and TED speaker, as well as a regular on CNN.
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. Read more.