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Parag Khanna

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Zeitalter der Mega-Migration – Parag Khanna

WDR 5 Neugier genügt - Redezeit

Wo – und wie – werden wir im Jahr 2050 leben? Vor allem durch die Folgen des Klimawandels steht der Menschheit eine immense und permanente Migrationsbewegung bevor, sagt der Politikwissenschaftler Parag Khanna. Moderation: Thomas Koch

26mins

2 Jul 2021

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Parag Khanna - Il movimento del mondo

Leggere allarga la vita

2mins

5 Jun 2021

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Movers - Con Parag Khanna

Il Pub del Lunedì Sera

What does the future hold? Connected global networks or a modern day game of thrones? We are delighted to talk about these and many other topics with Parag Khanna, who is a leading global strategy advisor, Founder & Managing Partner of FutureMap, as well as best-selling author. He was also named one of Esquire “75 Most Influential People of the 21st Century”.

35mins

18 May 2021

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#177 - Parag Khanna: Weshalb wir vor einem neuen Zeitalter der Migration stehen - Express

Der Achte Tag - Deutschland neu denken

Eine neue Verteilung der Erdbevölkerung. Die Menschheit wird sich in den nächsten Jahrzehnten neu auf der Erde verteilen (müssen) - davon ist der Strategieberater und Politikwissenschaftler Parag Khanna überzeugt. Denn alle Kräfte, die Menschen dazu bewegen, ihre Heimat zu verlassen, nehmen weiter zu: Arbeitskräftemangel, politische Umwälzungen, Wirtschaftskrisen, die technologische Automatisierung und nicht zuletzt der Klimawandel. Wie Mobilität und Migration unsere Zukunft bestimmen werden, erläutert der in Indien geborene Kosmopolit Khanna im Achten Tag. Der ehemalige Obama-Berater veröffentlicht als CNN-Experte für Globalisierung und Geopolitik regelmäßig Artikel und Essays in Zeitungen wie der «New York Times», der «Washington Post» und der «Financial Times». Im Gespräch mit Alev Doğan skizziert Khanna eine Zukunft, in der die Menschen wieder die Nomaden sein werden, die sie bereits vor ihrer Sesshaftwerdung waren.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

5mins

6 Apr 2021

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Parag Khanna on why the Future is Asian

London Politica Podcast

In this episode, Manas Chawla, CEO of London Politica, talks to geo-political strategist Dr Parag Khanna. He’s the author of the groundbreaking book, The Future is Asian, and founder of FutureMap, a data-driven scenario planning and strategic advisory. Dr Khanna provides a unique insight into China’s influence, and peels back the layers to uncover a practical examination of China’s Belt and Road Initiative, beyond Eurocentric notions of a ‘grand strategy’. He also discusses Asia’s ‘new NATO’ and why this coalition of the willing are as concerned with supply chains as much as they are with arms.

41mins

22 Mar 2021

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29 Parag Khanna: The future after Corona belongs to Asia

Zeitgenossen.Online

The future after Corona belongs to Asia! Parag Khanna is certain that Corona will fuel existing trends. Corona will accelerate trends that existed before the pandemic. The world is becoming more and more regional, for example. There is the North American system, a European system and an Asian system. We have a multipolar, multiregional world. The Asian system is much more complicated than the North American or European systems because Asia is the most heterogeneous, diverse, populous and is the most conflict-ridden region in the world, according to Khanna. The winners are the democracies of Asia, especially South Korea, Japan, Taiwan. China's image was already crumbling before the pandemic. There is no trust in China. Nobody trusts China. Nobody wants to be like China. Superpowers don't always get what they want. What negative consequences China has to fear from Corona, why China is not striving for world power, whether Parag thinks it is possible that the virus will come out of the lab, whether the crisis is the beginning of an induced economic crisis, and why direct technocracy is the political answer to the modern age - all this in this episode: - How does Corona change the world politically? - Economic depression yes or no? - Robustness of Asian economies in times of Corona - What has Asia done better in dealing with the virus? - America's super rich make $282 billion in 23 days - What negative consequences does Corona have for China? - Does the virus originate from the laboratory? - Does China act according to the principle: Fake it until you make it? - Corona as a vehicle for economic crisis? - Direct technocracy as a political response to the challenges of the time +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Corona wird bestehende Trends befeuern, da ist sich Parag Khanna sicher. Corona beschleunigt Trends, die bereits vor der Pandemie existierten. Die Welt wird beispielsweise immer regionaler. Es gibt das nordamerikanische System, ein europäisches System und ein asiatisches System. Wir haben eine multipolare, multiregionale Welt. Das asiatische System ist viel komplizierter als die nordamerikanischen oder europäischen Systeme, weil Asien die heterogenste, vielfältigste, bevölkerungsreichste und konfliktreichste Region der ganzen Welt ist, so Khanna. Die Gewinner sind die Demokratien Asiens insbesondere Südkorea, Japan, Taiwan. Das Image Chinas bröckelte schon vor der Pandemie. Es gibt kein Vertrauen in China. Niemand vertraut China. Niemand will wie China sein. Supermächte bekommen nicht immer das, was sie wollen. Welche negative Konsequenzen China durch Corona zu befürchten hat, warum China nicht nach der Weltmacht strebt, ob Parag es für möglich hält, dass das Virus aus dem Labor kommt, ob die Krise der Beginn einer induzierten Wirtschaftskrise ist, und warum die direkte Technokratie die politische Antwort auf die Neuzeit ist - das in dieser Ausgabe: - wie verändert Corona die Welt politisch? - Wirtschaftsdepression ja oder nein? - Robustheit asiatischer Wirtschaften in Zeiten von Corona - Was hat Asien besser gemacht im Umgang mit dem Virus? - Amerikas Superreiche machen 282 Milliarden Dollar in 23 Tagen - Welche negativen Folgen hat Corona für China? - Entstammt das Virus aus dem Labor? - Agiert China nach dem Prinzip: Fake it until you make it? - Corona als Vehikel für Wirtschaftskrise? - Direkte Technokratie als politische Antwort auf Herausforderungen der Zeit.

55mins

11 Mar 2021

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GFATV 342 Asia’s Rise In The War For Talent with Parag Khanna

Global From Asia TV: Running an International Business via Hong Kong

Excited to share with you this week show - we are talking about the future of Asia with our guest who has a lot of resources and amazing insights. I learned a few things and got re-inspired. Let's tune in. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/asia-future/. The post GFATV 342 Asia’s Rise In The War For Talent with Parag Khanna appeared first on Global From Asia.

24 Jan 2021

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Asia’s Rise In The War For Talent with Dr. Parag Khanna

Global From Asia Podcast

GFA342. Excited to share with you this week show - we are talking about the future of Asia with our guest who has a lot of resources and amazing insights. I learned a few things and got re-inspired. Let's tune in. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/asia-future/. The post Asia’s Rise In The War For Talent with Dr. Parag Khanna appeared first on Global From Asia.

40mins

24 Jan 2021

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Mapping the future of the world with Dr. Parag Khanna

Inside Ideas with Marc Buckley

Dr. Parag Khanna is a leading global strategy advisor, world traveler, and best-selling author. He is Founder & Managing Partner of FutureMap, a data and scenario based strategic advisory firm. Parag has been honored as a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum and has served on the WEF’s Global Future Council on Mobility, Global Agenda Council on Geoeconomics, and advisory board of its Future of Urban Development Initiative. He also serves on the board of trustees of the New Cities Foundation, Council of the American Geographical Society, advisory board of Independent Diplomat. He is a former term member of the Council on Foreign Relations, International Institute for Strategic Studies, and a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. In 2002, he was awarded the OECD Future Leaders Prize.

1hr 12mins

18 Nov 2020

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Inventing West Asia with Dr. Parag Khanna

The Westasian

37mins

27 Oct 2020

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