This Is The Century Of Cities, Not Nation States

This Is The Century Of Cities, Not Nation States
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Parag Khanna argues that urban centers are becoming the centers of governance on which the future world order could be built.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 14 october 2010

In a recent article in Foreign Policy, Parag Khanna writes that the 21st century will not be dominated by the US, China, Brazil or India – but instead by the city. The author

and policy adviser argues that cities rather than states are becoming the centers of governance on which the future world order could be built:

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