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2 Oct, 2016 07:24

Connect & project?

Over the last decade, it has become quite fashionable to profess admiration for technocratic governments. Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron promised one when he ran for office, and so did outgoing US President Barack Obama, but none was able to deliver it. Is technocracy yet another liberal myth, similar to the end of history and the world without borders? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Parag Khanna, global strategist.

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