Technocracy in America will soon appear across Europe under the title Beyond Democracy: Governing in the Age of Populism. Stay tuned for editions in German, Italian, Spanish, Hungarian and more!Read More
Mastercard | March 2017
Welcome to the age of the connected city. To help city leaders navigate the opportunities present in this data-driven world, Mastercard has engaged Dr. Parag Khanna, one of the world’s foremost thought leaders on the development of future cities, to create an exclusive research paper.Read More
National Geographic Channel & SXSW | March 11, 2017
Check out this chalk portrait of me made by a robot at SXSW that converts pictures into images drawing with Albert Einstein's equations and handwriting!
Governing | March 7, 2017
Creating “smart” cities should not be viewed as an end in itself, rather it’s a means toward unlocking economic growth opportunities for cities, creating a better quality of life for citizens, and building more sustainable and resilient communities.
Gulf News | March 8, 2017
Dubai: Connectivity will be key to the growth of all future megacities and is the reason for Dubai’s rise as one of six truly global cities in the world, said bestselling author and global strategist Parag Khanna.Read More
China Daily | March 9, 2017
As China prepares to convene world leaders and members of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) for the Belt and Road Forum in Beijing this May, the geopolitical ground is shifting ever further in support of this initiative.
Global Times | March 2, 2017
Engagement is better than isolation. Both the US and China must find ways to engage with each other and evolve toward a new world order composed of opportunities rather than threats.
Seeking Alpha | February 28, 2017
Hazel Henderson of Seeking Alpha reviews Connectography and brands it as bad news for President Trump's chief advisor, Steve Bannon, and his colleagues at Breitbart Media. Find out why.Read More
La Vanguardia | February 26, 2017
Los tiempos son de zozobra y las primeras infraestructuras que anuncian algunos nuevos líderes son muros, pero Parag Khanna señala en Conectografía que el impulso del mundo es el contrario