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John Ciorciari: 'Non-negligible Risk of War' in South China Sea

John D. Ciorciari speaks on the conflict between China and its neighbors with Asia Society.
Policy

John D. Ciorciari has written a CNN opinion piece on China's conflict with Southeast Asian countries over the South China Sea.

Asia Society Reacts to China's Release of Artist Ai Weiwei

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei in the courtyard of his home in Beijing on Nov. 7, 2010. (Peter Parks/AFP/Getty Images)
Arts

Jailed dissident whose Asia Society photo exhibit begins June 29 was reportedly freed on bail.

Interview: Michael Zhao on E-Waste and Its 'Colorfully Toxic Afterlife'

Guiyu, China, one of the largest e-waste centers in the world. (Bert van Djik/Flickr)
Arts

What happens to our electronics after we throw them away? Michael Zhao's new multimedia feature offers an "unsightly tour" of the process.

Foreign Policy on Jon Huntsman's Journey from China to Presidential Hopeful

Jon M. Huntsman, Jr., during his time as U.S. Envoy to China. March 8, 2010. (saucy_pan/Flickr)
Policy

Asia Society's Orville Schell talks with the magazine about the latest presidential candidate's China experience.

Michael O'Hanlon: U.S. Needs 'Another Three Years' in Afghanistan

Policy

The U.S. needs to balance troop withdrawal in a way that doesn't destabilize Afghanistan, says Michael O'Hanlon, who is appearing at the Asia Society in New York this week.

Loving Art and Doing Good for Japan

Arts

Three months after Japan's disaster, a follow-up report on a grassroots relief effort mounted by New York's arts community.

Jailed Iranian Doctors Win Award for HIV/AIDS Work

Dr. Kamiar Alaei poses at the Omni Shoreham hotel in Washington, D.C., June 16, 2011. (Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images)
Education

Iranian doctors Arash and Kamiar Alaei, participants in Asia Society's Asia 21 Young Leaders Program, were awarded the 2011 Jonathan Mann Award for Global Health and Human Rights by the Global Health Council on Thursday.

Better Climate Forecasting the Best Way to Protect Farmers

Wheat crop, India. (Simone D. McCourtie/World Bank/Flickr)
Sustainability

This week, we asked our Sustainability Roundtable about the growing concern that the world’s food supply is in serious danger over the long run. What can the developing and developed countries of Asia do to make their agricultural sector more resilient in the face of future climate shocks? How can these countries cope with a potentially crisis-inducing rise in food prices, growth in population, and increase in demand?

Expert: Research on Food Crops Still Underfunded

Harvesting grain, India. (Ray Witlin/World Bank/Flickr)
Sustainability

This week, we asked our Sustainability Roundtable about the growing concern that the world's food supply is in serious danger over the long run. What can the developing and developed countries of Asia do to make their agricultural sector more resilient in the face of future climate shocks? How can these countries cope with a potentially crisis-inducing rise in food prices, growth in population, and increase in demand?

The Right Response to the Food Crisis

A farmer tills fields in Nigeria. (Yosef Hadar/World Bank/Flickr)
Sustainability

This week, we asked our Sustainability Roundtable about the growing concern that the world’s food supply is in serious danger over the long run. What can the developing and developed countries of Asia do to make their agricultural sector more resilient in the face of future climate shocks? How can these countries cope with a potentially crisis-inducing rise in food prices, growth in population, and increase in demand?