Daniel Russel discusses how the 45th president has managed Asia policy since taking office and previews Trump's upcoming trip to the continent.
The Burmese democracy icon was awarded the Global Vision Award at Asia Society's Awards Dinner Wednesday night in New York City. Click the headline to watch her video acceptance speech.
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Australia's foreign minister is speaking at the Asia Society in New York on Friday. Whether or not most Australians identify themselves as "Asian," the country's future is directly tied to its neighbors to the north, writes Andrew Billo.
The Chinese leader's recent "cultural war" seems to be part of an unpleasant “new normal” for China, in which any excuse can be used to justify a tightening of control, writes Jeffrey Wasserstrom.
The U.S. now needs to manage its Asian alliances carefully, so as not to provoke China in particularly volatile areas like the South China Sea, writes Andrew Billo.
In the Asia-Pacific region, large-scale migration continues to be an upwardly trending phenomenon and, sadly, migrant vulnerability and exploitation is glaringly apparent, writes Andrew Billo.
Many outside North Korea are restless and ambitious to push for change according to their own agendas, writes Katharine H.S. Moon.
Whatever you think of Thaksin Shinawatra, his refusal to return to Thailand has been destabilizing for the country, writes Duncan McCargo.
The only useful outlet for the expression of popular concerns in China is the internet, says new media expert Hu Yong.
"As the smoke has cleared and the dust has settled, the situation appears depressingly normal," writes Bertil Lintner.