Parag Khanna

Parag Khanna

Parag Khanna is founder and managing partner of FutureMap, a data and scenario-based strategic advisory firm, and the author of several books, including The Future is Asian: Commerce, Conflict & Culture in the 21st Century.

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Opinion | How the coronavirus is forcing the shipping industry to make cybersecurity a priority

Efforts to keep the global economy running during the pandemic show the importance of the shipping industry. Its crucial role in global logistics makes strengthening it against cyberattacks and adapting to the challenges posed by Covid-19 all the more pressing.

18 Jun 2020 - 2:34AM

Efforts to keep the global economy running during the pandemic show the importance of the shipping industry. Its crucial role in global logistics makes strengthening it against cyberattacks and adapting to the challenges posed by Covid-19 all the more pressing.

How the coronavirus is forcing the shipping industry to make cybersecurity a priority
Opinion | Italy joining China’s Belt and Road Initiative highlights different approaches of Europe and the US on Asia policy

While Italy has attracted criticism within Europe for joining China’s Belt and Road Initiative, Chinese President Xi Jinping’s trip to the continent underscores the transatlantic divide over how to deal with rising Asian powers.

2 Apr 2019 - 1:28AM

While Italy has attracted criticism within Europe for joining China’s Belt and Road Initiative, Chinese President Xi Jinping’s trip to the continent underscores the transatlantic divide over how to deal with rising Asian powers.

Italy joining China’s Belt and Road Initiative highlights different approaches of Europe and the US on Asia policy
South China Sea disputes must be resolved through arbitration that seeks mutual benefit

China’s disputes with other powers over the South China Sea – namely the Philippines and Vietnam – have to be resolved rather than allowed to fester. Thankfully, resolutions can still be reached allowing all sides access to the waterways, as well as the resources that can be found there

23 Jul 2018 - 10:13AM

China’s disputes with other powers over the South China Sea – namely the Philippines and Vietnam – have to be resolved rather than allowed to fester. Thankfully, resolutions can still be reached allowing all sides access to the waterways, as well as the resources that can be found there

South China Sea disputes must be resolved through arbitration that seeks mutual benefit
No longer in thrall to Western democracy, Asia turns to technocrats for answers