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Thai FM Kasit Piromya says he was "confident" Thailand would overcome the civil unrest that has paralyzed the Southeast Asian country.
Namita Devidayal discusses her memoir 'The Music Room,' a bestseller in her native India.
Leadership group discusses comprehensive water security strategy to avoid regional conflicts in Asia.
A panel of experts foresee a potentially dire threat to the subcontinent's water supply in the next two decades.
Panel discusses the humanitarian crisis in Sri Lanka as government forces approach victory.
PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi discusses paradigm shifts in the 21st-century marketplace.
Although China has codified a robust framework for the protection of land rights, knowledge of these rights still lag in rural areas, says a 2008 survey.
Samuel Morse's lecture in honor of art historian Sherman E. Lee (1918–2008).
Pallavi Aiyar talks about her book <em>Smoke and Mirrors: An Experience of China</em>, a combination of travelogue, reportage, and memoir.
A new task force report from the Asia Society calls for a comprehensive reformulation of US policy in both Afghanistan and Pakistan.