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Princes and Painters in Mughal Delhi 1707-1857
New York: Exhibition on view February 7 - May 6, 2012. more

Arvind Subramanian: The Chinese 'Eclipse' Is Here

Arvind Subramanian argues the age of China's economic dominance is already here. more

W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund Grant Ceremony (Complete)

The W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund awarded its annual grant and fellowship to photographers who are pursuing long-term documentary projects in humanistic photography. more

Living in China's Shadow (Complete)

Bucking conventional wisdom, Arvind Subramanian argues that the age of Chinese economic dominance is already here. more

Mohsin Din on Making Mistakes, Building Trust

A young Kashmiri American artist and musician describes his experiences leading childrens' workshops in Kashmir and Morocco. more

Social Media, Arts and Change in the Muslim World (Complete)

In the wake of 2011's "Arab spring," performers, scholars and journalists assess the rapid changes overtaking the Muslim world. more

Yangzom Brauen: 'Across Many Mountains' (Complete)

Actress and Tibet activist Yangzom Brauen recounts her family history in an unflinching new memoir. more

'Voices from Burma' (Complete)

A distinguished panel of writers, actors, dissidents and photojournalists reads from a powerful new anthology of first-person Burmese writings. more

Deng Xiaoping: Confidence, Not Arrogance

What were the traits that let China's Deng Xiaoping maintain power for so long? more

Ezra Vogel: Deng's Decision

Deng Xiaoping's biographer speculates about the thinking behind the 1989 Tianamen Square massacre. more