CONNECTOGRAPHY | 05 May 2016
A new animation based on CONNECTOGRAPHY shows how trade networks that flourished along the ancient Silk Road will rise again across Africa, the Mideast and Asia.Read More
Milken Institute | 04 May 2016
At the Milken Institute's flagship Global Conference, Parag Khanna joined Richard Sandler for a presentation of CONNECTOGRAPHY covering the global infrastructure revolution, American foreign policy, and Chinese grand strategy.Read More
Business Insider | 03 May 2016
By Jeremy Bender
The Following map from Parag Khanna's book "CONNECTOGRAPHY: Mapping the Future of Global Civilization" demonstrates exactly why the Arctic will become the world's next major frontier.Read More
Fareed Zakaria: GPS on CNN | 02 May 2016
On CNN's Fareed Zakaria GPS, Parag discusses why there's no going back from interconnectedness across the North American Continent, and why globalization continues to be a source of optimism for the world.Read More
Fareed Zakaria: GPS on CNN | 01 May 2016
As politicians criticize free trade agreements like NAFTA, Parag and Fareed Zakaria discuss why there's no going back from interconnectedness across the North American Continent.Read More
Wisconsin Public Radio | 29 April 2016
What would a world without national borders look like? There's a good chance it'd look very similar to the one we have today. More than national boundaries, Parag Khanna believes what matters are the connections between cities.Read More
The Washington Post | 29 April 2016
By Ana Swanson
We don’t often question the typical world map that hangs on the walls of classrooms — a patchwork of yellow, pink and green that separates the world into more than 200 nations. But Parag Khanna, a global strategist, says that this map is, essentially, obsolete.
Trend Following Radio | 29 April 2016
By Michael Covel
Michael Covel and Parag Khanna discuss how infrastructure rather than borders will determine the growth and success of societies in the future.
CityLab | 28 April 2016
By Tanvi Misra
In the medieval period, empires battled and colluded with each other in the quest for land. The resulting system, in which nations became the main actors on the global stage, is perhaps the one most of us know best.Read More
Economic Times | 28 April 2016
By Kiran Somvanshi
Kiran Somvanshi spoke with Parag Khanna about the emerging global network civilisation in which mega-cities compete over connectivity and borders become increasingly irrelevant.
Business Insider | 27 April 2016
Here is the map Donald Trump doesn't seem to understand. No matter what walls he may seek to expand along the Mexican border, the truth is that both the Mexican and American populations along the border have risen by 20 percent in the past decade.
The Atlantic | 27 April 2016
In an interactive session at the Atlantic Economy Summit in Washington, Parag Khanna presents "A New Map for America" in a TED-style talk followed by a Star Search-style Q&A session hosted by Steve Clemons of the Atlantic with Megan Murphy of Bloomberg and Politico contributor Indira Lakshmanan.
Stratfor | 27 April 2016
By Jay Ogilvy
Khanna's content in genuinely innovative. He connects old dots in new ways, quite literally. He asks us to remap the world in terms of its connections rather than its borders. Connective infrastructure trumps separatist nationalism. The economics of supply lines moves into the foreground as politics and ideology fade into the background.
Inc | 26 April 2016
By James Ledbetter
Parag Khanna, author of Connectography, explains to Inc. editor James Ledbetter why a waning emphasis on infrastructure is making it harder for American businesses to compete in the global market.
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.