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India Prospective 2012 (Complete)

NEW YORK, March 27, 2012 — Henry Keizer, Deputy Chairman and COO of KPMG, delivers opening remarks in a program where panelists Ajay Chhibber, Parag Saxena, Arvind Sanger, and Chris Faulkner-MacDonagh share their insights relating to the Indian government's latest economic survey and budget. Arun Kumar hosts the meeting, which also includes an explanatory overview by Vikas Vasal. (1 hr., 29 min.)


Policy
 /  New York
Edward Wong discusses whether the rise of microblogs will be a significant factor in political reform in China.
Policy
 /  New York
In a panel celebrating the launch of Asia Society's new website ChinaFile, Nicholas Kristof discusses whether or not he sees a grassroots desire for democracy in China.
A lively discussion marking the launch of Asia Society's new website ChinaFile.
Lifestyle
 /  Texas
Honoree Jon Huntsman, Jr. in conversation with Alan Crain.
Education
 /  Texas
Jon Huntsman tells local students about the importance of service, involvement in the political process.
Arts
 /  Texas
Vocalist Mamak Khadem and Mehdi Bagheri bring the soul of Iran to the heart of Texas with this intimate performance.
Policy
 /  New York
The Bernard Schwartz Book Award winner describes Asia's looming water security challenges and proposes some potential market- and policy-based solutions.
Policy
 /  New York
Winner Brahma Chellaney outlines the threats he sees to Asia's water security.
Business
 /  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
 /  New York
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
 /  New York
Experts discuss the effect of shale gas on relations among China, the United States, and other countries.
Policy
 /  New York
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.