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The Shift in Global Trade (Complete)

NEW YORK, October 23, 2012 — Panelists Murray Hiebert, Marc Mealy and Clyde Prestowitz assess signs suggesting that China may have ceded its competitive edge to emerging markets elsewhere in Asia and around the world. Irene Dorner of HSBC USA introduces the program. (1 hr., 24 min.)


Education
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Online
A panel of teachers, administrators, and students share their insights on developments in Chinese language education in the United States.
Education
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Online
Sports celebrities and experts discuss the role of sports in U.S.-China relations.
Education
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Online
The New Silk Road Explorers perform at the opening plenary of the 10th annual National Chinese Language Conference.
Arts
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New York
Fareed Ayaz, Abu Muhammad Qawwal and Brothers bring Sufi devotional music to Asia Society's Lahore Literary Festival in New York.
Current Affairs
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New York
Former National Security Advisor Thomas E. Donilon says Donald Trump has created "deep uncertainty" in the world.
Current Affairs
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New York
A group of experts discusses President Trump's policies, accomplishments, and missteps in the early days of his term.
Arts
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Hong Kong
An evening panel discusses the impact of digital advancement on the culture sector, featuring the report launch of “A NEW AGE OF CULTURE: The Digitization of Arts and Heritage."
Arts
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New York
Two celebrated authors from Pakistan's burgeoning fiction scene discuss their work at Asia Society's Lahore Literary Festival in New York.
Arts
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New York
Experts discuss the rise of the nation-state and hyper-nationalism in both the East and West at Asia Society's Lahore Literary Festival in New York.
Arts
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New York
On the 40th anniversary of F. S. Aijazuddin’s ‘Pahari Paintings & Sikh Portraits,' Navina Najat Haidar and F.S. Aijazuddin revisit the works at the Lahore Literary Festival.
Arts
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New York
Shahzia Sikander, Dun Yun, and Ali Sethi discuss their collaborative work ‘Disruption as Rupture.’
Arts
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New York
Experts discuss how manufactured facts, "alternative" facts, and outright propaganda in the guise of news are distorting and muddling opinions across the world.