“The United Nations conference in Paris this December is the next opportunity for leaders of the world’s biggest economies to show real leadership” on climate change, writes the Asia Society Policy Institute President in the New York Times.
In his May 2015 letter, ASPI President Kevin Rudd describes his vision for the Asia Society Policy Institute and reviews the launch of his report “U.S.-China 21: The Future of U.S.-China Relations Under Xi Jinping.”
In a Financial Times op-ed, Asia Society Policy Institute President Kevin Rudd explains how a framework for managing points of contention can preserve the U.S.-China relationship in “this challenging period of China’s rise.”
In Delhi, the Asia Society Policy Institute President said, “What is very encouraging … is the language which we saw emerge from Prime Minister Modi, during President Obama’s visit, about India wanting to see a global agreement in Paris.”
Asia Society Policy Institute's Kevin Rudd shared this view, and many more observations about China and its place in the world, in a conversation with veteran broadcaster Charlie Rose at Asia Society in New York on February 17, 2015.
The incoming Asia Society Policy Institute president said he believes U.S. and Chinese leaders have established “the beginnings of a framework” to manage difficult elements of the U.S.-China relationship while advancing shared interests.
“Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi have an opportunity to provide a renewed vision for the strategic partnership and get to work on some pressing matters of common concern,” writes Anubhav Gupta of the Asia Society Policy Institute.
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