The Parag Khanna speeches confront a series of geo-political issues head on. AS an international relations specialist, Khanna brings to light the similarities existent between medieval and contemporary times, both sharing an inevitable renaissance period. Khanna also delves into the implications of cartography as he points out how it is that boundaries exacerbate conflicts.
Khanna's acute understanding of the political sphere stems from his academic exposure. His studies at Georgetown University and the Freie Universität Berlin were are grounded in an international affairs concentration, soon after followed by a Master of Arts and a Ph.D at the prestigious London School of Economics.
Parag Khanna's speeches have become fixtures for individuals and organizations with a stake in governmental and/or domestic issues. His analyst positions with the World Economic Forum and the Council on Foreign Relations have helped spread his novel ideas, in addition to his 2012 book "Hybrid Reality: Thriving in the Emerging Human-Technology Civilization."