Geoff Dyer's new book anticipates "an old-fashioned struggle for influence and power between China and the U.S., the two most important nations in the world." In-person appearance at Asia Society New York this Thursday, March 20.
Shom Sen, Asia Society's Jack Wadsworth Fellow, shares his perspective on how globalization is making it harder for governments to enforce food safety standards, and what governments and businesses can do to help improve food safety.
At Asia Society New York, Caroline Atkinson, President Obama’s leading advisor on international economics, described the need for the United States and Asian countries to collaborate on policies that will power global economic growth.
Chan Heng Chee, Former Singaporean Ambassador to the United States, comments on the progress and prospects for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade pact, following the February 22-25 round of ministerial negotiations.
Given the risk of military confrontation in the East China Sea, writes CFR's Sheila A. Smith, perhaps the first step is to reduce the potential for armed conflict. Asia Society New York panel discussion on Wednesday, February 26.
Shom Sen, Asia Society's first Jack Wadsworth Fellow, shares his views on why business leaders should follow international trade negotiations — even on issues with no obvious near-term implications for their companies.
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