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Japan's Nuclear Disaster Should Give Rest of Asia Pause

NEW YORK, May 13, 2011 — Asia Society Global Council Co-Chair Simon Tay says Asian nations face a dilemma. They need more energy. But, he warns, rushing ahead with plans to build nuclear power plants is not the right answer. (5 min.)

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Can the U.S. even contemplate being Number Two?
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New York
Can the U.S. even contemplate being Number Two?
Arts
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Texas
Vocalist captivates with Persian poetry, music.
Policy
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New York
Seymour Topping, who interviewed CCP leaders in 1946, believes the Party looks much the same now as it did then.
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New York
Edward Wong discusses whether the rise of microblogs will be a significant factor in political reform in China.
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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.
New York
A lively discussion marking the launch of Asia Society's new website ChinaFile.
Lifestyle
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Texas
Honoree Jon Huntsman, Jr. in conversation with Alan Crain.
Education
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Texas
Jon Huntsman tells local students about the importance of service, involvement in the political process.
Arts
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Texas
Vocalist Mamak Khadem and Mehdi Bagheri bring the soul of Iran to the heart of Texas with this intimate performance.
Policy
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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
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New York
Winner Brahma Chellaney outlines the threats he sees to Asia's water security.