Past Events: Video

Noteworthy videos from ASPI’s projects and policy-related events are featured below. For more policy videos, visit Asia Society’s online video gallery.

Featured: Senior Experts and Policymakers

Policy
/ New York
Iranian President Dr. Hassan Rouhani explains his request for a quick resolution to the issue of Iran's nuclear program.
Policy
/ New York
Vali Nasr speaks about the interconnectedness of Asia and Middle-East policy, the significance of Iran's new president, and the legacy and responsibility of the US in the Middle-East.
Policy
/ Washington DC
The former U.S. National Security Advisor accepts the Policy Achievement Award at Asia Society Washington's 2013 Awards Dinner.
Policy
/ New York
U.S. and Iranian officials explore whether and how the recent interim nuclear deal opens a door for addressing other regional challenges and a longer-term rapprochement.
Policy
/ Washington DC
China's Ambassador to the United States heralds a new era in the U.S.-China relationship at Asia Society Washington's 2013 Awards Dinner.
Policy
/ Texas
In a joint appearance at Asia Society Texas Center, two former U.S. Secretaries of State assess current and future foreign policy challenges for the United States.
Policy
/ Washington DC
In her first visit to the U.S. in more than 40 years, Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi discusses the progress of reform in her country and expresses support for easing U.S. sanctions.
Policy
/ New York
Mohammad Javad Zarif offers a positive assessment of his meetings with the the "P5+1" diplomatic group and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
Policy
/ New York
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan discusses the impending withdrawal of international forces from his country and the next presidential election.
Policy
/ New York
U.S. National Security Advisor Thomas Donilon cites specific steps the Obama administration is taking to help foster a "stable security environment" in Asia.
Policy
/ New York
Assessing investment opportunities in Myanmar, Tom Freston cites the need for transparent free markets, public and private investment, and "strong central leadership."
Policy
/ New York
Roza Otunbayeva, the first woman President of the Kyrgyz Republic, discusses democracy building initiatives.