Daniel Russel discusses how the 45th president has managed Asia policy since taking office and previews Trump's upcoming trip to the continent.
The author of Mao's Great Famine, which was a runner-up in the 2011 Asia Society Bernard Schwartz Book Award, spoke with Asia Blog about China, famine, and why the Great Leap Forward doesn't get enough attention.
"It remains to be seen whether the government, the bureaucracy, and the military can hold back the waters," the Asia Society Associate Fellow said.
Kashmiri anthropologist Mohamad Junaid and authors Arundhati Roy and Pankaj Mishra argue for Kashmiri self-determination in a discussion with Professor Philip Oldenburg.
Authors Arundhati Roy and Pankaj Mishra appeared at Asia Society in New York on November 11, 2011, to discuss their new book "Kashmir: The Case for Freedom."
A new task force report, compiled by an international group of experts, presents a series of practical recommendations on what the U.S. can do to build constructive relationships with Asian countries.
Paul V. Kane, writing in <em>The New York Times</em>, suggests the United States withdraw from defending Taiwan in exchange for economic concessions from China.
Iranian doctors Arash and Kamiar Alaei, participants in Asia Society's Asia 21 Young Leaders Program, discussed their ordeal in an Iranian prison.
Prominent human rights activist and former UN rapporteur Asma Jahangir given United Nations Association of USA (UNA-USA) Leo Nevas Human Rights Task Force award.
What is it like for a veteran reporter to work in the deadliest country in the world for journalists?
The debate over the presidential hopeful's proficiency in Mandarin Chinese may ultimately miss the point.