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↲ Best new ⌂ Connectography: Mapping the Future of Global Civilization  ⇶ Ebook By Parag Khanna ∦ ↲ Best new ⌂ Connectography: Mapping the Future of Global Civilization ⇶ Ebook By Parag Khanna ∦ Incredible We dont often question the typical world map that hangs on the walls of classroomsa patchwork of yellow, pink and green that separates the world into than two hundred nations But Parag Khanna, a global strategist, says that this map is, essentially, obsolete With the world rapidly changing and urbanizing, Khannas proposals might be the best way to confronta radically different future.The Washington PostClear and coherent Khanna provides a rare account of the physical infrastructure of globalization Khanna also provides a well researched account of how companies are weaving ever complicated supply chains that pull the world together even as they squeeze out inefficiencies He has succeeded in demonstrating that the forces of globalization are winning the battle for connected space, building tunnels, bridges and pipelines at an astonishing pace.Adrian Woolridge, The Wall Street Journal Bold With an eye for vivid details, Khanna has nevertheless produced an engaging geopolitical travelogue, unearthing the Internet cables, energy pipelines, and electrical grids that link regions together closely than ever before and allow people to lead increasingly connected lives In his view, connectivity is transforming conflict between states into competition for access to the worlds infrastructure of networks and markets.Foreign AffairsFor those who fear that the world is becoming too inward looking, Connectography is a refreshing, optimistic vision The most convincing point in the book concerns policy prescriptions To become part of global supply chains, Mr Khanna argues, it is essential to invest in infrastructure China, in particular, has built a sprawling network of ports, canals and the like across the world to acquire and transport natural resources By contrast, rich countries, especially America, now underfund capital goods, in an attempt to reduce public spending This short term skimping bodes ill for future growth.The EconomistWe desperately need enlightenment For this reason alone, books such asConnectographyshould be welcomed.John Kornblum, Carnegie EuropeConnectivity has become a basic human right, and gives everyone on the planet the opportunity to provide for their family and contribute to our shared future Connectography charts the future of this connected world.Marc Andreessen, general partner, Andreessen HorowitzConnectography is ahead of the curve in seeing the battlefield of the future and the new kind of tug of war being waged on it Parag Khannas scholarship and foresight are world class A must read for the next president.Chuck Hagel, former U.S secretary of defense Khannas answer to what geography will mean in the twenty first century is the most compelling I have seen The world is changing, and Khanna is surely right not only that supply chains and cyberspace are taking on lives of their own but also that in the best of all possible worlds, inclusive functional geography will replace exclusive political geography, and the state and war will wither away I think Khanna is right that this is where the post 1989 trends seem to be taking us Connectography is one of the most stimulating and enjoyable books on the ongoing transformation of geography that anyone could ask for.Ian Morris, Stratfor Khannas content in genuinely innovative He connects old dots in new ways, quite literally He asks us to remap the world in terms of its connections rather than its borders Connective infrastructure trumps separatist nationalism The economics of supply lines moves into the foreground as politics and ideology fade into the background He is such a good writera master of the ringing cadence Connectography includes dozens of stunning maps.Jay Ogilvy, Stratfor To get where you want to go, it helps to have a good map In Connectography, Parag Khanna surveys the economic, political, and technological landscape and lays out the case for why competitive connectivitywith cities and supply chains as the vital nodesis the true arms race of the twenty first century This bold reframing is an exciting addition to our ongoing debate about geopolitics and the future of globalization.Dominic Barton, global managing director, McKinsey CompanyThis is probably the most global book ever written It is intensely specific while remaining broad and wide Its takeaway is that infrastructure is destiny Follow the supply lines outlined in this book to see where the future flows.Kevin Kelly, co founder,WiredParag Khanna takes our knowledge of connectivity into virgin territory, providing an entire atlas on how old and new connections are reshaping our physical, social, and mental worlds This is a deep and highly informative reflection on the meaning of a rapidly developing borderless world.Connectographyproves why the past is no longer prologue to the future Theres no better guide than Parag Khanna to show us all the possibilities of this new hyperconnected world.Mathew Burrows, director, Strategic Foresight Initiative at the Atlantic Council, and former counselor, U.S National Intelligence CouncilReadingConnectographyis a real adventure The expert knowledge of Parag Khanna has produced a comprehensive and fascinating book anchored in geography but extending to every field that connects people around the globe His deep analysis of communications, logistics, and many other globally critical areas is remarkable The book is full of fascinating insights that we normally would not notice, and his writing reflects his extensive travel experience His recommended sites and tools for mapping are the most comprehensive that Ive ever seen This book is an invaluable resource for anyone involved in business, science, arts, or any other field.Mark Mobius, executive chairman, Templeton Emerging Markets Group Connectography gives the reader an amazing new perspective on human society, bypassing the timeworn categories and frameworks we usually use It shows us a view of our world as a living thing that really exists the flows of people, ideas, and materials that constitute our constantly evolving reality Connectography is a must read for anyone who wants to understand the future of humanity.Sandy Pentland, professor, MIT Media LabKhannas new book is a brilliant exploration of supply chain geopolitics and how the intersection of technology with geography is reshaping the global political economy It is an intellectual tour de force that sparkles with original insights, stimulating assertions, little known facts, and well researched predictions.Highly rewarding reading for anyone seeking to understand the contemporary world order and why Chinas one belt, one road project is a winning strategy that outflanks the United States rebalance to Asia by integrating all of Eurasias economies under Chinese auspices.Chas W Freeman, Jr., chairman, U.S China Policy Foundation, and former U.S ambassador to Saudi ArabiaKhanna imagines a near future in which infrastructural and economic connections supersede traditional geopolitical coordinates as the primary means of navigating our world He makes a persuasive case Connectographyis as compelling and richly expressive as the ancient maps from which it draws its inspiration.Sir Martin Sorrell, founder and CEO, WPP From Lagos, Mumbai, Dubai, and Singapore to the , the Himalayas, the Arctic, and the Gobi desert steppe, Parag Khannas latest book provides an invaluable guide to the volatile, confusing worlds of early twenty first century geopolitics A provocative remapping of contemporary capitalism based on planetary mega infrastructures, intercontinental corridors of connectivity, and transnational supply chains rather than traditional political borders.Neil Brenner, director, Urban Theory Lab, Harvard University Graduate School of Design In high style, Parag Khanna reimagines the world through the lens of globally connected supply chain networks It is a world still fraught with perilsold and newbut one ever likely to nurture peace and sustain progress.Professor John Arquilla, United States Naval Postgraduate SchoolTodays world has multiple geographies that do not fit the old geopolitics of states In Connectography, Parag Khanna gives us not only new techniques for mapping but a whole new mapdifferent, useful, and mesmerizing.Saskia Sassen, Robert S Lynd Professor of Sociology, Columbia UniversityIncredible We don t often question the typical world map that hangs on the walls of classrooms a patchwork of yellow, pink and green that separates the world into than two hundred nations But Parag Khanna, a global strategist, says that this map is, essentially, obsolete With the world rapidly changing and urbanizing, Khanna s proposals might be the best way to confronta radically different future The Washington Post Clear and coherent Khanna provides a rare account of the physical infrastructure of globalization Khanna also provides a well researched account of how companies are weaving ever complicated supply chains that pull the world together even as they squeeze out inefficiencies He has succeeded in demonstrating that the forces of globalization are winning the battle for connected space, building tunnels, bridges and pipelines at an astonishing pace Adrian Woolridge, The Wall Street Journal Bold With an eye for vivid details, Khanna has nevertheless produced an engaging geopolitical travelogue, unearthing the Internet cables, energy pipelines, and electrical grids that link regions together closely than ever before and allow people to lead increasingly connected lives In his view, connectivity is transforming conflict between states into competition for access to the world s infrastructure of networks and markets Foreign Affairs For those who fear that the world is becoming too inward looking, Connectography is a refreshing, optimistic vision The most convincing point in the book concerns policy prescriptions To become part of global supply chains, Mr Khanna argues, it is essential to invest in infrastructure China, in particular, has built a sprawling network of ports, canals and the like across the world to acquire and transport natural resources By contrast, rich countries, especially America, now underfund capital goods, in an attempt to reduce public spending This short term skimping bodes ill for future growth The Economist Connectivity has become a basic human right, and gives everyone on the planet the opportunity to provide for their family and contribute to our shared future Connectography charts the future of this connected world Marc Andreessen, general partner, Andreessen Horowitz Connectography is ahead of the curve in seeing the battlefield of the future and the new kind of tug of war being waged on it Parag Khanna s scholarship and foresight are world class A must read for the next president Chuck Hagel, former U.S secretary of defense Khanna s answer to what geography will mean in the twenty first century is the most compelling I have seen The world is changing, and Khanna is surely right not only that supply chains and cyberspace are taking on lives of their own but also that in the best of all possible worlds, inclusive functional geography will replace exclusive political geography, and the state and war will wither away I think Khanna is right that this is where the post 1989 trends seem to be taking us Connectography is one of the most stimulating and enjoyable books on the ongoing transformation of geography that anyone could ask for Ian Morris, Stratfor Khanna s content in genuinely innovative He connects old dots in new ways, quite literally He asks us to remap the world in terms of its connections rather than its borders Connective infrastructure trumps separatist nationalism The economics of supply lines moves into the foreground as politics and ideology fade into the background He is such a good writer a master of the ringing cadence Connectography includes dozens of stunning maps Jay Ogilvy, Stratfor To get where you want to go, it helps to have a good map In Connectography, Parag Khanna surveys the economic, political, and technological landscape and lays out the case for why competitive connectivity with cities and supply chains as the vital nodes is the true arms race of the twenty first century This bold reframing is an exciting addition to our ongoing debate about geopolitics and the future of globalization Dominic Barton, global managing director, McKinsey Wired Parag Khanna takes our knowledge of connectivity into virgin territory, providing an entire atlas on how old and new connections are reshaping our physical, social, and mental worlds This is a deep and highly informative reflection on the meaning of a rapidly developing borderless world.Connectographyproves why the past is no longer prologue to the future There s no better guide than Parag Khanna to show us all the possibilities of this new hyperconnected world Mathew Burrows, director, Strategic Foresight Initiative at the Atlantic Council, and former counselor, U.S National Intelligence Council ReadingConnectographyis a real adventure The expert knowledge of Parag Khanna has produced a comprehensive and fascinating book anchored in geography but extending to every field that connects people around the globe His deep analysis of communications, logistics, and many other globally critical areas is remarkable The book is full of fascinating insights that we normally would not notice, and his writing reflects his extensive travel experience His recommended sites and tools for mapping are the most comprehensive that I ve ever seen This book is an invaluable resource for anyone involved in business, science, arts, or any other field Mark Mobius, executive chairman, Templeton Emerging Markets Group Connectography gives the reader an amazing new perspective on human society, bypassing the timeworn categories and frameworks we usually use It shows us a view of our world as a living thing that really exists the flows of people, ideas, and materials that constitute our constantly evolving reality Connectography is a must read for anyone who wants to understand the future of humanity Sandy Pentland, professor, MIT Media Lab Khanna s new book is a brilliant exploration of supply chain geopolitics and how the intersection of technology with geography is reshaping the global political economy It is an intellectual tour de force that sparkles with original insights, stimulating assertions, little known facts, and well researched predictions.Highly rewarding reading for anyone seeking to understand the contemporary world order and why China s one belt, one road project is a winning strategy that outflanks the United States rebalance to Asia by integrating all of Eurasia s economies under Chinese auspices Chas W Freeman, Jr., chairman, U.S China Policy Foundation, and former U.S ambassador to Saudi Arabia Khanna imagines a near future in which infrastructural and economic connections supersede traditional geopolitical coordinates as the primary means of navigating our world He makes a persuasive case Connectographyis as compelling and richly expressive as the ancient maps from which it draws its inspiration Sir Martin Sorrell, founder and CEO, WPP From Lagos, Mumbai, Dubai, and Singapore to the , the Himalayas, the Arctic, and the Gobi desert steppe, Parag Khanna s latest book provides an invaluable guide to the volatile, confusing worlds of early twenty first century geopolitics A provocative remapping of contemporary capitalism based on planetary mega infrastructures, intercontinental corridors of connectivity, and transnational supply chains rather than traditional political borders Neil Brenner, director, Urban Theory Lab, Harvard University Graduate School of Design In high style, Parag Khanna reimagines the world through the lens of globally connected supply chain networks It is a world still fraught with perils old and new but one ever likely to nurture peace and sustain progress Professor John Arquilla, United States Naval Postgraduate School Today s world has multiple geographies that do not fit the old geopolitics of states In Connectography, Parag Khanna gives us not only new techniques for mapping but a whole new map different, useful, and mesmerizing Saskia Sassen, Robert S Lynd Professor of Sociology, Columbia University From the Hardcover edition. Parag Khanna How megacities are changing the map of I want you to reimagine how life is organized on earth, says global strategist Parag As our expanding cities grow ever connected through transportation, energy and communications networks, we evolve from geography what he calls connectography This emerging network civilization holds promise reducing pollution inequality even overcoming geopolitical Long Bio Khanna a leading strategy advisor, world traveler, best selling author He Founder Managing Partner FutureMap, data scenario based strategic advisory firm Connectography, by The New York Times May , offers new theory geopolitics What particularly odd that believes evincing savvy worldview yet utopian vision connectivity s THE FUTURE IS ASIAN Commerce, Conflict Khanna, International bestselling six books, including Technocracy Connectography Six maps will make rethink Jan We don t often question typical hangs walls classrooms patchwork yellow, pink green separates into than nations But Vinod Wikipedia Vinod October April was an Indian actor, producer politician recipient two Filmfare awards also active MP Gurdaspur constituency between In July Royce Carlton Professional Public Speakers Agents, Managers Brokers for Speakers Royce Carlton, INC United Nations Plaza York, NY TEDxGateway Dec Independently Organized TED Event TEDxGateway Mumbai Event Menu Attend Register Events Upcoming Learning love AI Dr Ayesha sees way For artificial intelligence must be aide humanity, not destroyer it Ahead her appearance at World Congress Accountants WCOA speaks CPA Australia about AI, accounting putting humans first The Insight Bureau Speaker Top Level INSIGHT BEYOND SPEECHES core business place speakers, presenters moderators speaking engagements, embracing economics, politics society, leadership, management, technology innovation Belt Road Advisory A attend seminar foreign entrepreneurs who serious doing long term in China Whether or have incorporated elsewhere just considering incorporating, join this get inside track rss Arab News EMAIL ALERTS Stay top issues matter most Home Academyhow Academy n association with x, us Unmissable evening Fintan O Toole, Misha Glenny chair Jon Snow where they ll discussing Toole electrifying book Heroic Failure, delusions Brexit, threat poses economic prosperity, peace Ireland tradition British democracy Wielka trjka Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia Wielka termin ktrym okre la si najcz ciej przywdcw trzech wiatowych mocarstw alianckich ZSRR, USA oraz Brytania spotykaj cych w czasach II wojny wiatowej na konferencjach mi dzynarodowych kolejno tehera skiej ja ta i poczdamskiej obie ktrych omawiano wojenne zobowi zania sojusznicze kszta TED asks Do live borderless Our has over countries suggests those watching TEDistan feel defined looks like image night space paragkhanna Twitter Retweeted Siddharth Mohandas Very important essay distinguishes b Asia interests actions tuned US dynamics TheFutureIsAsian Dr YouTube strategist, CNN Global Contributor Senior Research Fellow Centre Future Is Asian magisterial work weaves powerful story business, technology, globalization intertwined read anyone wants understand role shaping future Author Connectography international traveled world, PhD London School Economics FutureMap LinkedIn Global Warming Map Shows My Modern Met warming shows Earth transformation if planet warmed degrees Celsius It shocking look much become uninhabitable, Polynesia disappearing people living Antarctica newest Culture st Century may well man alive represents latest effort arbitrage his personal networking skills Profiles Facebook View profiles named Join Facebook connect others know gives power Home Fo See More Community All Invite your friends Page follow About official page Understanding Tickets, Fri there no region better Asia, thus, cannot afford keep getting so wrong complexity led common misdiagnoses, namely western thinking conflates entire Connectography: Mapping the Future of Global Civilization

 

    • Connectography: Mapping the Future of Global Civilization
    • 2.3
    • 152
    • Hardcover
    • 459 pages
    • B015VABIRC
    • Parag Khanna
    • English
    • 20 July 2018

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