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Riaz Khan on Afghanistan and US-Pakistan Expectations

Pakistan's former Foreign Secretary shares his insights into Pakistan's role in the Afghanistan conflict. more

Rahul Mehrotra: Indian Architecture Since 1990

An illustrated talk on the directions contemporary Indian architecture is taking when the Indian economy and middle classes are growing in size and influence. more
Asian Arts and Ideas Forum: The Chindia Dialogues
Biographies of confirmed participants for the inaugural event, slated for November 3-6, 2011 in New York City. more

Riaz Khan: Extremism and Modernity (Complete)

Pakistan's former Foreign Secretary shares his insights into Pakistan's role in the Afghanistan conflict. more

Leveraging Asia’s Urban Transit Hub Boom (Complete)

Airport-centric developments can be primary drivers for economic growth and job creation, say experts at Asia Society. more
Sarah Sze, Guggenheim as a Ruin, 2009. Ink, string, collage on paper. Private collection.
Sarah Sze: Infinite Line
New York: Exhibition on view through March 25, 2012. more
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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