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Stabilizing Afghanistan-Pakistan

Video Excerpt: Lord Paddy Ashdown stresses the "grave consequences of failure in Afghanistan" during a discussion at the Asia Society, April 2, 2009. (3 min., 9 sec.)

Policy
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New York
Experts from the Acumen Fund and the UNDP explore today's increasingly competitive and fluid economic environments.
Business
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Online
Asia 21 Fellow Ejaj Ahmad describes what needs to happen in order to prevent future catastrophes in his country's garment industry.
Arts
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New York
Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's new novel tells the story of a young Indian woman who heads to America on a life-altering search.
Arts
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New York
Paul Auster expresses his admiration for Gen'ichiro Takahashi's range, and other highlights from a cross-cultural dialogue between American and Japanese writers.
Arts
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New York
"Monkey Business" convenes Paul Auster, others in cross-cultural panel.
Arts
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New York
How to get your China book published, from a writer who knows.
Arts
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New York
Thant Myint-U explains that a narrow window of opportunity exists to save Yangon's architectural heritage, which includes churches, mosques, and temples within a square mile.
Policy
Asia Society's Mike Kulma suggests possible outcomes of an American citizen's 15-year sentence for "committing hostile acts" against Kim Jong Un's regime.
Policy
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New York
Current and former Wall Street Journal reporters discuss the contrast between China's dynamic economy and its static political system.
Arts
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New York
Thant Myint-U explains how Yangon's priceless architectural heritage is under imminent threat.
Policy
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New York
Current and former Wall Street Journal China correspondents talk with Orville Schell.
Arts
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New York
Eiko & Koma, Robert Wilson, Somei Satoh, Sachiyo Ito, Paula Lawrence, and others continue the tribute to Asia Society's former Performing Arts Director.