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Parag is a brilliant, energetic, and mesmerizing speaker who carried the opening day at our recent symposium, the largest annual gathering of geospatial intelligence practitioners in the world. Our almost 4,000 attendees bring wide-ranging areas of expertise regarding myriad emerging technologies, including remote sensing, data analytics, and intelligence for national security. They were universally blown away by Parag’s talk, and the concepts he raised were grist for superb conversations and debates during the entirety of our event.
A pleasure to present to the @UrbanLandInst 's special council session about the resorting of the American population due to Covid, climate change, and other factors. Much more from FutureMap's Climate Oases practice! https://t.co/5uYNS6qtFl
Wed Oct 21 09:11:07 +0000 2020
Great to speak with David Semaya about investment opportunities in #Asia amidst shifting supply chains and new trade agreements such as CPTPP and RCEP. #trade #RCEP #China #supplychains https://t.co/gSULv31Aqi
Wed Oct 21 08:52:51 +0000 2020
RT @PLANETucker: Care about the #Oceans? Share this video about The Future of the World Ocean - the theme of this year’s @AmericanGeo @geog…
Tue Oct 20 22:03:42 +0000 2020
"Peak China"? Perhaps, in a manner similar to "peak oil" or "peak America". Read on in @NoemaMag: https://t.co/sZDfVadX2z #geopolitics #China
Tue Oct 20 14:07:41 +0000 2020
The “Asian Century” is even bigger than you think. Far greater than just China, the new Asian system taking shape is a multi-civilizational order spanning Saudi Arabia to Japan, and Russia to Australia—linking five billion people through trade, finance and infrastructure networks that together represent 40 percent of global GDP. China has taken a lead in building the new Silk Roads across Asia, but it will not lead it alone. Rather, Asia is returning to the stable multipolar order that existed long before European colonialism and American dominance, with India and Southeast Asia coming into their own as economic and strategic hubs. Large but dormant societies from Iran to Indonesia are finally emerging, teeming with young and urban, ambitious and entrepreneurial youth, while from Saudi Arabia to Vietnam, privatization is unlocking a new wave of growth. Asians are sharing economic and governance models as never before, and their confident outward push is reshaping business and culture life across North America and Europe, South America and Africa. From investment portfolios and trade wars to Hollywood movies and holiday travels, no aspect of life is immune from Asianization.