UA-30156634-1 199. Are Nation-States Becoming Irrelevant? Parag Khanna on “Connectorgraphy”
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April 6, 2016

199. Are Nation-States Becoming Irrelevant? Parag Khanna on “Connectorgraphy”

In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, host Marc Clair welcomes in globetrotter, CNN analyst and author Parag Khanna to discuss his book "Connectography", which attempts to re-envision our world's maps based on a rapidly changing, increasingly connected society. Parag starts off discussing his travels from a very young age, and how it shaped his view of the world. He then delves into just how the world has rapidly become a "supply chain society" in the last 50+ years, leading to a world where traditional maps reflecting the borders of nation-states don't quite realities of the world today. 

Marc and Parag to go on to discuss who the winners and losers are in our increasingly connected society, the anti-trade proclamations of U.S. Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, and just how relevant the traditional "nation-state" will be going forward. 

After this thought-provoking look at our rapidly changing world and just how it may affect human freedom, stick around for a very special announcement about our 200th episode coming up this Monday, April 11th! I have no hesitation saying that this will be the biggest episode of the Lions of Liberty podcast yet!
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