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The Fight for Women's Rights in Afghanistan (Complete)

NEW YORK, October 3, 2013 — Shabana Basij-Rasikh, Severine Caluwaerts and Gülden Türköz-Cosslett assess prospects for the empowerment of women in Afghanistan with moderator Elizabeth Rubin. (1 hr., 25 min.)


Policy
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New York
Officials from the United States and Southeast Asia discuss the future of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
Education
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New York
A high-level dialogue on how to transform primary and secondary education systems to foster global competence.
Education
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Online
Introducing a new initiative will transform education to prepare young people for a global 21st century.
Education
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New York
Asia Society kicks off its initiative to impart critical skills to students whose lives are defined by an increasingly interconnected world.
Arts
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New York
The renowned architect was a friend and collaborator Zao Wou-Ki, whose work is featured this fall at Asia Society Museum.
Policy
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New York
The Myanmar leader and iconic Nobel laureate discusses human rights at Asia Society in New York.
Policy
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New York
The iconic Nobel laureate discusses her country's emergence into a democracy and its plan for economic development.
Policy
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New York
Ambassador Chung-in Moon says that despite deterrence, defense, and sanctions, a lack of dialogue hinders progress in solving Asia's most intractable diplomatic problem.
Policy
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New York
Experts debate how to solve the nuclear crisis on the Korean Peninsula.
Business
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Hong Kong
Panelists talk about the development of China's smart economy and its implications for HK and beyond.
Current Affairs
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New York
Winston Lord and Orville Schell discuss how the next U.S. president should approach relations with China.
Current Affairs
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New York
Colette Loll, a member of the Antiques Coalition Task Force, acknowledges the growing role that technology and the Internet play in antiquities trafficking.