Cyrus Schayegh examines transpatialization in "The Middle East and the Making of the Modern World."
By Karthik Sankaran
The dense metropolitan network encircles the globe, and the great world cities are its nodes. How can we understand the role of these cities today, and what does this suggest about future policies to enhance their role, capacities and strengths in the global system? Met Society board member Karthik Sankaran takes a look at some of our central arguments.
What does it mean for a City to have a foreign policy? And specifically what would it mean for New York City to have a foreign policy?
Met Society founder Peter Marino lays out our case