Why 'The Future Is Asian' Should Inform Your University's Strategy

Why 'The Future Is Asian' Should Inform Your University's Strategy

Inside Higher Ed | 1 March 2019

By Joshua Kim

Khanna is making a much larger point.  Any region that contains sixty percent of the world’s population, half of global GDP and two-thirds global economic growth is bound to have an outsized influence on world affairs. The Future is Asian provides an excellent synthesis of the historical, political, demographic, and economic trends that are most important in understanding the region.

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Asia’s rise and influence

Asia’s rise and influence

The Atlantic Council | 28 February 2019

Parag Khanna spoke at the Atlantic Council on Asia’s stunning rise and its accelerating influence on 21st century geopolitics, the world economy and global governance. Far greater than just China, the new Asian system taking shape is a multi-civilizational order, linking five billion people through trade, finance, and infrastructure networks that represent 40 percent of global GDP.

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Understanding the Asian Century

Understanding the Asian Century

Commonwealth Club | 26 February 2019

Parag Khanna lectured at the Commonwealth Club on The Future is Asian, emphasizing how western thinking on Asia falsely conflates the entire region with China. He added that the region is experiencing a confident new wave of growth led by younger societies in South and Southeast Asia. Today’s infrastructure investments are also the platform for the next generation of digital innovation.

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Parag Khanna joins the Board of Advisors of Henley & Partners

Parag Khanna joins the Board of Advisors of Henley & Partners

Henley & Partners | 21 February 2019

I am delighted to join the Board of Advisors of Henley & Partners. They are global innovators, supporting governments in their goals of achieving fiscal autonomy and growth through investment migration programs. I am confident that this will be an exciting and mutually beneficial partnership. What they do is part of our future; it is a significant global trend that will only accelerate.

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 How Asian economies affect the global balance of market power

How Asian economies affect the global balance of market power

Aviva | 20 February 2019

Parag Khanna argues the rise of China has obscured a bigger, more interesting story. Asia is dizzyingly vast and diverse, containing five billion people and contributing two-thirds of global economic growth. Beyond China, Asian economies are growing increasingly rich and populous, counterbalancing Beijing’s influence in many areas.

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