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The Future is Brown: Why South Asians are Humanity's Future : : The World Has Changed
If the future of the human species could be summed up in two words, they would be Asian youth. As the world population plateaus and begins to decline, Asians will represent an even larger share of humanity than they already do. And while China's population has peaked, South Asia's is still growing--both at home and abroad. In fact, the Indian diaspora will certainly become larger than China's in the coming two decades.
The next phase of history is therefore being written as Indians and other South Asians vote with their feet.

Learning Outcomes:

1.What are the places they have arrived and will go to?
2.How will climate change and geopolitics affect global migration patterns?
3.What does all of this mean for India itself?

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2. Only attendees who will attend the whole Webinar on Zoom will be eligible to receive a Certificate of Participation.

Oct 1, 2021 06:00 PM in India

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Dr. Parag Khanna
Founder and Managing Partner @FutureMap Pte. Ltd
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's newest book is MOVE: The Forces Uprooting Us (2021), which was preceded by The Future is Asian: Commerce, Conflict & Culture in the 21st Century (2019). He is author of a trilogy of books on the future of world order beginning with The Second World: Empires and Influence in the New Global Order (2008), followed by How to Run the World: Charting a Course to the Next Renaissance (2011), and concluding with Connectography: Mapping the Future of Global Civilization (2016). He is also the author of Technocracy in America: Rise of the Info-State (2017) and co-author of Hybrid Reality: Thriving in the Emerging Human-Technology Civilization (2012).