Inc | January 20, 2017
Damon Brown interviews Parag Khanna about what technocracy means for entrepreneurs.Read More
LinkedIn Pulse | January 14, 2017
Maybe the best way to save American democracy would be to have less of it, to balance it out with better ways of structuring institutions, devising policy and managing society.Read More
Washington Post | January 4, 2017
The United States needs to evolve into an “info state,” in which experts use data to guide the country toward long-term goals — otherwise the country will be surpassed by countries that do.Read More
52 Insights | January 2, 2017
If America’s political elites can break out of the downward cycle of special-interest driven politics and think about how to evolve the country’s institutions, then the U.S. would not only become a better democracy, but a more admired one as well.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.