Parag Khanna is a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at ECFR, based in our London office. His books include How to Run the World: Charting a Course to the Next Renaissance (2011) and The Second World: Empires and Influence in the New Global Order (2008).
Parag served in the foreign policy advisory group to the Barack Obama for President campaign. During 2007 he was a senior geopolitical advisor to United States Special Operations Forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. From 2002-5, he was the Global Governance Fellow at the Brookings Institution; from 2000-2002 he worked at the World Economic Forum in Geneva; and from 1999-2000, he was a Research Associate at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York.
Dr. Khanna is widely published and quoted in media around the world. He is the first video-blogger of ForeignPolicy.com. His 2008 cover story for the New York Times Magazine titled “Waving Goodbye to Hegemony,” is one of the most globally debated and influential essays since the end of the Cold War. His articles and reviews have also appeared in the International Herald Tribune, Washington Post, Financial Times, Forbes, TIME, Newsweek, Harper’s, BusinessWeek, Harvard Business Review, The Guardian, Policy Review, The National Interest, Foreign Policy, McKinsey Quarterly, Los Angeles Times, Prospect, Esquire, Slate.com, The New Republic, Die Zeit, Survival, Current History, GOOD, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, New Statesman, Strategy+Business, Washington Times, The National, Daily Star, Indian Express, India Today, OpenDemocracy.net, TheGlobalist.com, and Correspondence. He has been featured on CNN, BBC, PBS, Al Jazeera, Russia Today, Press TV, National Public Radio (NPR), and other media all over the world.
In 2009, Parag was honored as a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and Explorers Club. In 2002 he was awarded the OECD Future Leaders Prize. He speaks German, Hindi, French, Spanish, and basic Arabic.
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