World Affairs Council | 06 May 2016
Conventional wisdom says that the world is getting smaller. Thanks to advances in transportation, energy, and communications, people all over the world are connected to each other like never before. Previously isolated nations are now accessible to the outside world and nations' economies are now dependent on those of other nations.
What does this connectivity mean for the future? Will wars be fought more over supply chains than territory? Will increased connectivity make trade routes and power grids more important than borders? join us for a discussion with global strategist Parag Khanna, who will offer insights into the new challenges and opportunities of our connected world.