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Washington DC

Altaf Ladak, COO, Roshan Telecom and Jack Garrity, Executive Director, Asia Society Washington
From the Director: Jack Garrity, Asia Society Washington
A busy year at the Washington, DC Center amidst the change from the Bush to the Obama administration. more
Sadanand Dhume, author of My Friend the Fanatic: Travels with a Radical Islamist, in Washington, DC on June 10, 2009. (Asia Society Washington)
Sadanand Dhume: Journey Through Indonesia
Sadanand Dhume talks about his book 'My Friend the Fanatic,' and shares insights on Islam and globalization in Indonesia. more
Vishwa Mohan Bhatt (R) with Samir Chatterjee at George Washington University on May 7, 2009. (Asia Society Washington Center)
An Indian Twist on the Slide Guitar
Virtuoso Vishwa Mohan Bhatt dazzles DC audience with his customized 20-string instrument. more
President Barack Obama's sister Maya Soetoro with husband Konrad Ng at the Washington, DC gala on Jan. 17, 2009. (Leslie Talusan/Asia Society)
Asia Society Presidential Inaugural Gala Celebrates APA Contributions
Gala event recognizes the role Asian Americans have played in the 2008 election and in US government. more
US Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill, top envoy to six-party nuclear talks over North Korea's nuclear program, speaks to the media in Beijing on December 9, 2008. (Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images)
US Envoy Defends North Korea Nuclear Talks Despite Setbacks
Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill cites progress in six-party talks despite setback in Beijing. more
L to R: Joseph Snyder, Khaleel Ahmed, Mosin S. Khan (Asia Society)
Saving Pakistan’s Economy
Expert says it may take Pakistan '4-5 years to recover' from economic crisis, cites improvements. more
Dr. Robert S. Zeigler of the International Rice Research Institute. (Asia Society Washington Center)
Can We Feed the World's Poor?
International rice expert fears gaping shortfall in supply by 2015. more
Joseph Snyder, Walter Anderson, Shuja Nawaz, and Lisa Curtis. (Khoi Nguyen/ Asia Society)
Addressing Civil-Military Relations in Pakistan
Experts say military will retain influence but a consensus with the civilian government is 'critical'. more
L to R: Peter Yao, Joel Charny, and Thet Win during the panel discussion on October 8, 2008 in Washington, DC. (Khoi Nguyen/Asia Society)
Can We Really Help Burma?
Weighing the relative merits of greater engagement versus sanctions. more
The United States Capitol Building in Washington, DC. (Flickr)
About the Washington, DC Center
A forum in the nation's capital for government officials, journalists, scholars, artists, and business executives interested in issues related to Asia. more