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23 January
Water, says the winner of the 2012 Bernard Schwartz Book Award, is likely to be the source of both "wealth and conflict" in the 21st century.
18 January
"We are an exclusive brand and we want to stay exclusive so it’s strategic to not be everywhere," Chiquet told a sold out crowd at Asia Society in New York.
15 January
In photos: Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar visits Asia Society New York to discuss upcoming elections, relations with India and U.S. regional policy.
15 January
In talk with Joe Klein, Pakistan's first woman foreign minister stresses joint interests underlying fraught relationship.
10 January
“Truth shows humanity in a poor light,” says the novelist, whose new work deals with a suicide in Madras in the 1980s.
18 December
American Ambassador to China Gary Locke meets with students and engages in an onstage panel discussion on U.S. relations with China.
12 December
China needs a long period of enlightenment, explains the activist for women's rights.
7 December
In pictures: Asia Society New York's Holiday Open House draws a capacity crowd of several hundred.
4 December
Panel: Tribunals, other regional human rights and accountability mechanisms create a favorable precedent for holding political leadership accountable.
29 November
Hamid Dabashi's new study on Persian literary culture is the book he has "always wanted to write."