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Experts explain why governments in such a resource-rich, strategically important part of the world are so chronically dysfunctional.
A U.S. sergeant's slaying of 16 Afghan civilians could not only stall U.S. efforts to negotiate with the Taliban, but give the group more public support ahead of U.S. combat troop withdrawal next year, according to Asia Society experts.
The acclaimed historian relates how he came to co-curate an Asia Society Museum exhibition, and explains his ongoing fascination with the late Mughal era.
Several Asian nations held up the rear of a Gallup poll released yesterday measuring Americans' favorability toward foreign countries.
Leading Pakstani journalist Ahmed Rashid lays out America’s options with Pakistan and Afghanistan in the post-Bin Laden years.
Vali Nasr offers solutions for untangling the kinks in diplomatic ties among the U.S., Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Official remarks of H.E. Sung Y. Kim, the U.S. Ambassador to Seoul, at the Asia Society Korea Center's February Luncheon.
Contrasts between the way some diplomatic topics are thought about on opposite sides of the Pacific can be striking, and these different worldviews can complicate meetings between leaders, writes Jeffrey Wasserstrom.
Afghanistan expert and Asia Society Associate Fellow Thomas Gouttierre says non-military job creation is key to a successful exit for the U.S. military in Afghanistan.
A cold winter morning in Kandahar, Afghanistan on February 3, 2012.