Move : the forces uprooting us and shaping humanity's destiny / by Parag Khanna.
- ISBN: 9781982168971
- ISBN: 1982168978
- ISBN: 9781982168988
- ISBN: 1982168986
- Physical Description: xii, 334 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Edition: First Scribner hardcover edition.
- Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Scribner, 2021.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages 285-297) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Prologue : Where will you live in 2050? -- Mobility is destiny -- The war for young talent -- Generation move -- The next American dream -- The European commonwealth -- Bridging regions -- Northism -- Will "the south" survive? -- The Asians are coming -- Retreat and renewal in Pacific Asia -- Quantum people -- Pax urbanica -- Civilization 3.0 -- Acknowledgements.
"In the 60,000 years since people began colonizing the continents, a continuous feature of human civilization has been mobility. History is replete with seismic global events-pandemics and plagues, wars and genocides. Each time, after a great catastrophe, our innate impulse toward physical security compels us to move. The map of humanity isn't settled-not now, not ever. The filled-with-crises 21st century promises to contain the most dangerous and extensive experiment humanity has ever run on itself: As climates change, pandemics arrive, and economies rise and fall, which places will people leave and where will they resettle? Which countries will accept or reject them? How will the billions alive today, and the billions coming, paint the next map of human geography? Until now, the study of human geography and migration has been like a weather forecast. Move delivers an authoritative look at the "climate" of migration, the deep trends that will shape the grand economic and security scenarios of the future. For readers, it will be a chance to identify their location on humanity's next map"-- Provided by publisher.
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