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Iranian American artist Shiva Ahmadi offers insight into "Lotus," expanding on the work's political undertones, stylistic inspirations, and the physical process of production.
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Arts
Artist Shiva Ahmadi speaks about the political undertones behind her animation "Lotus," and how it relates to two Buddhas in Asia Society Museum's collection.
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Arts
Artist Shiva Ahmadi speaks about her evolving relationship to the tradition of Persian miniature painting, and how political themes have entered her art.
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Policy
Hossein Mousavian traces some of the grievances underlying Iranian mistrust of the U.S., while Gary Sick speculates as to when the two countries might reach a nuclear agreement.
Blog Post
Hossein Mousavian and Gary Sick traced the history of U.S.-Iran relations and how the two countries' longstanding opposition has affected negotiations over Iran's nuclear program.
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Policy
Former senior figures in the policy establishment of both Iran and the U.S. explore causes of the misperceptions Iranians and Americans have of each other and missed opportunities for dialogue.
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Policy
Suzanne DiMaggio reviews history of nuclear negotiations for Texas Center audience.
Center Article
Suzanne DiMaggio reviews history of nuclear negotiations for Texas Center audience.
Blog Post
Speaking with the IMF's Zhu Min, Henry Kissinger said conflict is "not excluded" from relations within Asia but relations between large countries will evolve toward cooperation.
Center Article
Programs showcase intensive focus on Asia with valuable insights on pressing issues.
Blog Post
The Oscar-nominated, Emmy Award-winning actress reminisces about growing up in Iran, defends her work in the show "24" and enthuses about her role in Jon Stewart's upcoming directorial debut.
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Arts
The Iranian actress talks about getting her part in "House of Sand and Fog," being typecast and working with Jon Stewart on his directorial debut.