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China and Japan: Troubled Waters (Complete)

NEW YORK, February 26, 2014 — David Blumenthal, Alan D. Romberg , Jim Sciutto and Orville Schell look at the issues surrounding the contested Senkaku/Diaoyu islands and the current state of China-U.S.-Japan relations. (1 hr., 22 min.)


Policy
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The Bernard Schwartz Book Award winner describes Asia's looming water security challenges and proposes some potential market- and policy-based solutions.
Policy
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Winner Brahma Chellaney outlines the threats he sees to Asia's water security.
Business
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New York
A panel of policy experts including John Garver, Susana Moreira, Nicholas Thomas, Xu Xiaojie and moderator David Zweig fields questions from the audience regarding U.S. and Chinese energy interests in resource-rich states.
Business
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In a symposium moderated by Professor David Zweig, policy experts discuss the dynamics of U.S. and China energy interests in resource-rich states.
Business
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Experts discuss the effect of shale gas on relations among China, the United States, and other countries.
Policy
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Columbia Professor Andrew Nathan discusses the role of factional relationships, institutionalization of leadership roles, and the vitality of the new leaders in the make up of China's next five years.
Policy
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Professor Andrew Nathan of Columbia University discusses how leadership changes in China are shaped by the times more than straying from the Chinese Communist Party mission.
Policy
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Columbia Professor Andrew Nathan discusses the idea of reform in China, how economic reform differs from the idea of political reform, and the how reform is defined in both ways.
Policy
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New York
In New York, Pakistan's Foreign Minister emphasizes both her country's commitment to the peace process with India and her concern about recent events in Kashmir.
Policy
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New York
Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar discusses governance, corruption and the momentum of a Canadian cleric as the country's first democractic elections approach.
Arts
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Texas
Author Manu Joseph reads from his second novel 'The Illicit Happiness of Other People' and talks about the burning societal questions of death, family, and the meaning of life in 1980s India.
Policy
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Pakistan's Foreign Minister discusses India, Afghanistan and extremism.