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In an off-the-record conversation at Asia Society, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Thomas Shannon discussed a wide range of topics related to Asia.
A discussion of a range of diplomacy and security issues affecting Asia
Blog Post
At a time of rising nationalism and deep uncertainty, a new report from the Asia Society Policy Institute argues that regional institutionalism is crucial to maintaining Asia's "long peace."
Ian Buruma discusses the possible consequences of a U.S. exit from East Asia.
New York Review of Books Editor Ian Buruma argues that Washington's retreat from Asia may be necessary even if chaos ensues.
Kevin Rudd writes that a second Korean War has now become an increasing possibility.
Wendy Cutler outlines how to get the U.S.-South Korea trade relationship back on track.
ASPI report on how to strengthen regional institutions in the Asia-Pacific to manage peace and security in increasingly turbulent times.
Kevin Rudd delivers a speech on the North Korea nuclear crisis.
Every year during the convening of the United Nations General Assembly in September, Asia Society provides a forum for high-profile discussions with top officials throughout the region. View our complete events schedule.
NATO may not be the right model for the Middle East and Asia, but multilateralism is possible and necessary in both regions.
Wendy Cutler talks about concerns over China's use of intellectual property from U.S. companies.