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Bremmer: American Foreign Policy Becoming 'More Chinese'

Ian Bremmer explains how, contrary to popular opinion, American foreign policy is becoming "more Chinese" rather than "more European." more

Ian Bremmer: Why Asia Matters (Complete)

The Eurasia Group President discusses American engagement in Asia, particularly in the context of the Obama administration's "pivot" to the Asia Pacific region. more

Yunpeng Wang: 'Nemico della Patria'

Baritone Yunpeng Wang wows an Asia Society audience with "Nemico della Patria," from Umberto Giordano's "Andrea Chénier." more

Ban Ki-moon: 'How Many More People Must Die?'

The UN Secretary-General calls for an arms embargo on Syria and expresses skepticism about airstrikes against Sunni extremists in Iraq. more

Artist Profile: Shiva Ahmadi

Artist Shiva Ahmadi speaks about her evolving relationship to the tradition of Persian miniature painting, and how political themes have entered her art. more

Ban Ki-moon: The Crisis in Syria (Complete)

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon addresses the many dimensions of the Syrian conflict and offers a six-point plan that could conceivably help to end it. more

Japan and South Korea: What Will It Take? (Complete)

Scholars from three countries assess the current impasse in Japan-South Korean relations and debate what steps are necessary to bring these old foes together. more

2014 Oz Prize: Serious Time for Serious Reporting

The Wall Street Journal's Preetika Rana and Jason Szep of Reuters talk about the time required to do quality on-the-ground investigative journalism. more

Chinese Voices in Western Opera: Yanbing Zhang

One of China's first-generation opera singers describes her transition from performing in a propaganda troupe to becoming a trained singer of Western opera. more

The 2014 Osborn Elliott Prize (Complete)

Asia Society's awards ceremony for the 2014 "Oz Prize" brings together journalists from Reuters, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times. more