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Military historian Max Boot cautions against drawing "knee-jerk" parallels between Afghanistan and Vietnam. (3 min., 5 sec.)
Is Afghanistan Another Vietnam?
Is the US is fated to make the same mistakes it made in Vietnam in present-day Afghanistan? more
Excerpt: Amb. Shankar on US-India cooperation on security and counter-terrorism measures in the Asia-Pacific region. (1 min., 42 sec.)
US and India: Looking Forward
Ambassador Meera Shankar on the future of US-India relations. more
Surin Pitsuwan outlines ASEAN's new relationship with the US on Feb. 19, 2010. (Elsa Ruiz/Asia Society)
A New Landscape in Southeast Asia
ASEAN's Sec. General reminds the US of what's changed in Southeast Asia. more
HSBC Chairman Stephen Green shares his ideas on corporate social responsibility with Asia Society President Vishakha Desai. (2 min., 25 sec.)
Stephen Green: Money, Morality, and the Marketplace
HSBC Bank Chairman Stephen Green on the need for corporate social responsibility. more
Peter Hessler describes what he sees as the most common misperception Americans have about everyday life in today's China. (1 min., 35 sec.)
Author Peter Hessler on the Open Road in China
The writer talks about driving along the Great Wall and his other adventures. more
Boston University Professor Adil Najam (pictured) and C. Raja Mohana, Kissinger Scholar at the Library of Congress, discuss the possible outcomes of India-Pakistan peace talks. (2 min., 10 sec.)
India and Pakistan: Back from the Brink?
A panel of experts talks about the prospects for peace between the rival nations. more
Nancy Tingley describes the heyday of Viet Nam's Hoi An, when it became "the port of choice" in Southeast Asia. (1 min., 28 sec.)
Viet Nam, Center of Trade
Curator Nancy Tingley discusses Arts of Ancient Viet Nam: From River Plain to Open Sea. more
Excerpt: Navi Radjou tells "an interesting growth story about India" at the Asia Society on Jan. 28, 2010.
Can India's Innovators Lead the Way?
A wave of entrepreneurship suggests scarcity combined with basic ingenuity can lead to dynamic new ideas. more
Tsai Ming-Liang at the Asia Society in Nov. 2009. (Barbara Nelson)
Tsai Ming-Liang on Tsai Ming-Liang
Complete coverage of the major filmmaker's retrospective and in-person appearances at the Asia Society. more
Barbara Demick at the Asia Society New York Center on Jan. 7, 2010.
Barbara Demick on 'Nothing to Envy'
The journalist talks about her new book 'Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea.' more