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17 May
"There are pressing international issues, but all of the world’s major powers, established and emerging, have domestic priorities that take precedence," says political scientist Ian Bremmer, who appears at Asia Society New York on May 24.
17 May
Christopher de Bellaigue discusses the American- and British-backed coup in Iran in 1953 and its far-reaching effects on the Iranian psyche.
16 May
Christopher de Bellaigue explores the tragic U.S.- and U.K.-backed coup that removed Iranian Prime Minister Muhammad Mossadegh from power in 1953.
11 May
In an interview with a Global Post reporter Asia Society Senior Program Officer Andrew Billo says the U.S.'s military involvement in the South China Sea has increased tension in the region.
11 May
May 18-20: One of China's most renowned theater companies visits the Asia Society.
11 May
Asia Society Museum in New York City will offer free entry to all visitors on Friday, May 18 as part of the Association of Art Museum Directors’ Art Museum Day, which coincides with International Museum Day.
11 May
May 18-20: Shanghai Kunqu Opera offers New York audiences a rare chance to experience kunqu opera
11 May
Japanese writers Masatsugu Ono and Tomoka Shibasaki engage in cross-cultural literary conversation with American counterparts Stuart Dybek and Kelly Link.
9 May
Will the Asia-Latin America legacy of economic symbiosis endure, or will a more competitive relationship prevail?
8 May
Panel explores half-collaborative, half-competitive relationship between Latin American economies and China.