Stratfor | June 08, 2016
As Britain contemplates its own exit from the European Union, it risks negating the only equal and opposite dialectical force that counters devolution: aggregation.Read More
Next City | June 02, 2016
Parag Khanna speaks with Tom Dallessio of Next City about the influences behind CONNECTOGRAPHY and the economic importance of building infrastructure in cities and beyond.Read More
We Build Value | June 1, 2016
Parag Khanna speaks with We Build Value about the three categories of connectivity and why supply chains and infrastructure are becoming the more lucrative assets on the map.Read More
Vogue Italia | June 2016
In this interview with Vogue Italia, Parag Khanna discusses with Emanuela Griglié the rise of megacities, challenges in sustainable infrastructure investment and what's next for the EU.Read More
The GeoInt Symposium | 24 May 2016
At the 2016 GeoInt Symposium in Orlando, Parag Khanna explains the geopolitical and national security implications of global infrastructure networks and rapid urbanization.Read More
Originally published on Tech Insider | 24 May 2016
There's plenty of room in English for new and clever nouns describing humanity's condition — creating them just requires a little creativity. Parag Khanna detailed his unique 'neologisms' for Tech Insider Magazine.Read More
Business News Network | 19 May 2016
Parag Khanna, Author, "Connectography: Mapping The Future of Global Civilization" joins BNN's Paul Bagnell and guest host Brendan Caldwell for a look at why the U.S. doesn't stand a chance of closing off its borders to the rest of the world.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.