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In a quickly shrinking world, students must have greater international studies knowledge and foreign language skills as a core part of their education. But how is it achieved? (Corbis)
Global Interdependence and American Educational Reform
How do we prepare American students to be contributing citizens, productive workers, and competent leaders in the interconnected world of the 21st century? more
A career in the Foreign Service can take you to new places every couple of years. (Mark Hatfield/iStockPhoto)
Building a Career as a Diplomat
Brad Evans talks about his work as a Foreign Service Officer for the United States government. more

Fighting Climate Change in the Asia-Pacific Through Markets and Finance (Complete)

A high-level panel discusses how to deploy market tools in combating climate change. more

Syria and the U.N.'s 'Crisis Point'

Simon Adams describes the concept of "responsibility to protect" and why Syria is now a "Rwanda moment" for the United Nations Security Council. more

The U.N. Security Council and Military Interventions (Complete)

Simon Adams, Antonio de Aguiar Patriota, Hardeep Singh Puri, and Kevin Rudd discuss challenges for the U.N. Security Council in addressing violent conflicts through military interventions. more
Smoke billows from chimneys of the Shanghai Waigaoqiao Power Generator Company coal power plant in Shanghai on March 22, 2016. (Johannes Eisele/Getty Images)

New ASPI Report: Why a Northeast Asian Carbon Market Is Needed Today

Jackson Ewing, director of sustainability at the Asia Society Policy Institute, explains how such a pact would reduce emissions in the region. more
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Carbon Market Cooperation in Northeast Asia Could Significantly Reduce Emissions

New report argues that linking carbon markets of China, Japan, and Korea could significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. more