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The sky is streaked in golden rays as the sun rises over Angkor Wat, Cambodia on April 4, 2014. (Jared Smith/Flickr)

Afghan Media Mogul Compares American Cable News to 'Professional Wrestling'

Saad Mohseni
Current Affairs

During a recent visit to New York, Saad Mohseni, founder of the largest media company in Afghanistan, said some U.S. cable news networks "could learn a lot from the Afghans."

Photo of the Day: A Lone Boatman in Laos

Dressed in bright red, a boatman paddles his way through calm waters in Laos on March 19, 2014. (jean jacques chaffois/Flickr)
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Dressed in bright red, a boatman paddles his way through calm waters in Laos on March 19, 2014. (jean jacques chaffois/Flickr)

Video: Foreign Investment and Indonesia's 'Big Messy Democracy'

Control Risk Group's Dane Chamorro.
Current AffairsBusinessPolicy

Control Risk Group's Dane Chamorro discusses the upcoming presidential election in Indonesia and its potential effect on foreign investment in the world's third-largest democracy.

Photo of the Day: Walking Through A Rice Field

A farmer strolls through a bright green field of rice in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on March 6, 2014. (Etienne Girardet/Flickr)
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A farmer strolls through a bright green field of rice in Yogyakarta, Indonesia on March 6, 2014. (Etienne Girardet/Flickr)

Washington's Incomplete 'Pivot' to Asia: Six Challenges to Resolve

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry testifies during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing concerning the 2015 international affairs budget on Capitol Hill April 8, 2014 in Washington, DC. Kerry discussed a wide range of topics, including the conflict in Syria, relations with Iran, and also discussed the possibility of additional economic sanctions on Russia. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
Policy

Matt Stumpf, Director of the Asia Society Policy Institute’s Washington office, proposes an approach to getting the “pivot” to Asia back on track.

Photo of the Day: Out for a Stroll in Japan

A line of horses follow each other out for a stroll in Abira, Japan on March 2, 2014. (MIKI Yoshihito/Flickr)
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A line of horses follow each other out for a stroll in Abira, Japan on March 2, 2014. (MIKI Yoshihito/Flickr)

Why China's High-Tech Investment Surge Matters to US Competitiveness

Panelists discuss Chinese investment in U.S. high-tech sectors at Asia Society's New York center on April 17, 2014. (James Kochien/Asia Society)
Business

Panelists discussed how Chinese investments are powering the growth of U.S. technology businesses and what policymakers in the U.S. and China must do to maintain the cross-border flow of investments and knowledge.

Interview: Are US Companies Better at Operating in Asia Than Asian Ones?

Telstra Global's Tom Homer discusses what it takes to be an
Business

A report commission by Australian media firm Telstra suggests that over the last three years, U.S.-headquartered companies operating in Asia have been more successful than Asian companies.

Photo of the Day: Casting a Net in Myanmar

A fisherman throws his net into the water at Inle Lake, Myanmar on March 7, 2014. (Basil Strahm/Flickr)

A fisherman throws his net into the water at Inle Lake, Myanmar on March 7, 2014. (Basil Strahm/Flickr)

India Election: Deciphering the Foreign Policies of BJP and Congress

An Indian man pauses after voting at a polling station on April 17, 2014 in the Jodhpur District in the desert state of Rajasthan, India. (Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)
Policy

Tridivesh Singh Maini, a participant in Asia Society's India-Pakistan Young Leaders Initiative, explores what the campaign rhetoric from India's major political parties tells us about their approach to international relations.