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Hamid Karzai Afghan President Hamid Karzai addresses the Asia Society in New York on September 23, 2008. (Elsa Ruiz/Asia Society)
Karzai Says War on Terrorism Must Have Regional Focus
Speaking at the Asia Society, the Afghan leader says he sees "a ray of hope" in Pakistan after Zardari's election. more
Tejpreet Chopra, President and CEO, General Electric, India. (Tejpreet Chopra)
Tejpreet Chopra: Growing, and Serving, India's Market
GE India President and CEO Tejpreet Chopra examines the challenges and opportunities businesses face in the world’s second-largest country. more
Former Afghan Foreign Minister Dr. Abdullah Abdullah.
Karzai Government Policies 'Lack Cohesion' Says Former Afghan Foreign Minister
Dr. Abdullah Abdullah pins hopes on 2009 presidential elections in Afghanistan. Listen to audio interview. more
Dr. Madhav Chavan, co-founder of Pratham, India's largest non-profit in the area of primary education. (Narendra Bisht/OutlookIndia.com)
Educating India's Children: The Read India Movement
Over 93 percent of children in India are enrolled in schools, yet almost half cannot even read or write in the fifth grade. more
James Miles of The Economist, left, with Orville Schell (Bill Swersey/Asia Society)
An Evolving Perspective: The Economist Covers China
The Economist Beijing Bureau Chief James Miles discusses his experience covering China for 15 years since 1986. more
Aitzaz Ahsan at the Asia Society in New York on July 2, 2008. (Bill Swersey/Asia Society).
Aitzaz Ahsan: US Should Immediately Stop Supporting Musharraf
Pakistani lawyers' leader says it's time for the US to stop supporting Musharraf. more

China's Olympic Human Rights Challenges

Panelists R. Scott Greathead, Jamie Metzel, Emily Parker, and Minky Worden discuss the 2008 Beijing Olympics within an international context, and how the Games are being reformed by internal and external pressures. more
Rivals by Bill Emmott (Harcourt, 2008)
The New Asian Rivalry
Bill Emmott on his new book, Rivals: How the Power Struggle Between China, India, and Japan Will Shape Our Next Decade. more
Ramsey Clark and Shirin Neshat on June 10, 2008.
Art and Satire in Iran
Panel provides context for Asia Society Museum exhibit of Ardeshir Mohasses's work. more
A display of rings attracts the attention of flag-waving participants at a Beijing walkathon celebrating in advance of the Olympics on April 26, 2008. (FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)
China's Media Revolution
The Chinese government faces challenges in August as it prepares to host nearly 30,000 domestic and international journalists. more