As borders closed and remote work boomed, the rules of the game changed overnight. For digital nomads, this brought unexpected challenges — and new opportunities.

The nation-state model is outdated. It’s time to create the infrastructure for a borderless world.

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Could a collaborative approach to urban living put Norwich on the global map?

Norwich’s 900-year-old castle overlooks the city. Photo: Visit Norwich

Kigali’s knowledge-based sharing economy is an example for other cities looking towards the future

Kigali is fast becoming a go-to tech destination for Africa. Photo: Dylan Walters via Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

Pioneering transport solutions and innovative urban architecture are improving air quality and creating a buzz in Beijing

Daan Roosegaarde, standing next to his smog-free tower, holds smog particles taken from Beijing’s air. Photo: Studio Roosegaarde

From dads with DIY projects to fashionistas seeking the latest trends, Amsterdam’s tenacious citizens are ripping up the rulebooks and bringing trade into the 21st century. How did a city enable its citizens to think differently and connect in new ways?

The Amsterdam skyline. Photo: Stijn te Strake

Lauren Razavi

Maker, nomad and activist. Writing about work, business, culture and technology. Sign up for my newsletter about borderless living:

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