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Highlights from the Iran panel with (L to R) Suzanne DiMaggio, Alireza Nader, Gary Sick, and Kevan Harris at Asia Society New York on Feb. 10, 2011. (7 min., 15 sec.)
Missed Opportunities Thwart Progress on U.S.-Iran Relations
A panel of prominent experts discuss Iran and U.S.-Iran relations. more
Burma/Myanmar (United Nations)
Can the World's Democracies Bring Change to Burma?
As India’s economic power has increased, its inclination to exercise any corresponding moral authority has proportionately decreased, writes Mira Kamdar. more
In Washington on Oct. 7, 2010, Admiral Raja Menon addresses India's rising strategic importance in Asia. (Asia Society Washington Center)
In Asia's Future, a Higher Profile for India
A retired Indian admiral and other experts assess the country's status as a player in 21st century Asian affairs. more
Shri S.M. Krishna rebuts Pakistani accusations regarding Kashmir, and other points of tension, in New York on Sept. 28, 2010. (5 min., 16 sec.)
Indian Foreign Minister Slams Pakistan Over Kashmir Claims
Shri S. M. Krishna criticizes Pakistan over Kashmir dispute. more
Thai Foreign Minister Kasit Piromya argues that freedom of speech is not under threat in today's Thailand.  (2 min., 28 sec.)
Thailand 'Determined to Become Mature Democracy'
The Thai Foreign Minister discusses democracy and freedom of the press. more
Brian R. Myers speaking in Seoul on September 14, 2010. (Asia Society Korea Center)
South Korea: The Unloved Republic?
Decades of official policy have actually undermined South Koreans' loyalty to their homeland, argues scholar. more