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Asia's Recommendations for President-Elect Trump (Complete)

WASHINGTON, D.C., December 13, 2016 — At the launch of a new briefing by the Asia Society Policy Institute (ASPI), Advice for the 45th U.S. President: Opinions from Across the Pacific, leaders from across Asia share their hopes and advice for President-elect Donald Trump. The discussion includes South Korean Ambassador Ahn Ho-young, Australian Ambassador Joe Hockey, Singapore Ambassador Ashok Mirpuri, and ASPI President Kevin Rudd, with introductary remarks by Wendy Cutler and Lindsey Ford. (1 hr., 26 min.)


Policy
Common Challenge, Collaborative Response: A Roadmap for U.S.-China Cooperation on Energy and Climate Change, presents both a vision and a concrete roadmap for a new bilateral collaboration.
Policy
Video Excerpt: At the launch of the Asia Society Leadership Group's report on Water Security in Asia, Jeffrey Sachs proposes three concrete steps to further the report
Policy
NEW YORK, April 17, 2009 -  Leadership group discusses comprehensive water security strategy to avoid regional conflicts in Asia. (1 hr., 33 min.)
Business
NEW YORK, April 14, 2009 - Indra Nooyi, Chairmanand Chief Executive Officer of PepsiCo, discusses her career and thecurrent business environment with Asia Society President Vishakha N.Desai.
Policy

Video Excerpt: U.S.

Business
NEW YORK, February 12, 2009 - James Chang, Howard Chao, and Henny Sender analyze China's course corrections as a result of the global financial crisis. (1 hr., 19 min.)
Business
Video Excerpt: Howard Chao suggests a convergence between Western market economies and China's, and cautions against overreacting to the current meltdown. (1 min., 58 sec.)
Policy
NEW YORK, Dec. 9, 2008 - Former Chief Executive, Hong Kong SAR Tung Chee Hwa discusses US-China relations and the impact of the economic crisis with Tsinghua University Professor John Thornton. (1 hr., 9 min.)
Arts
The Tori Ensemble (Complete)
Arts
The Tori Ensemble (Excerpt)
New York
Senator Chuck Hagel (R-NE) warns that we risk "blow[ing] up the world" if the U.S. doesn't talk to Iran.