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 /  New York

A Ticking Time Bomb? The South China Sea (Complete)

NEW YORK, March 13, 2013 — In the lead-off event of Asia Society's two-day South China Sea conference, Asian and American officials and scholars — J. Stapleton Roy, Christopher Hill, Zhu Chenghu, Nguyen Thi Thanh Ha, Henry Bensurto, and Huang Jing — examine this pressing territorial dispute in detail. (1 hr., 40 min.)

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Arts
 /  New York
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Current Affairs
 /  New York
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Business
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Policy
If America is going to be great again, "it has no choice but to engage with Asia," says Joe Hockey.
Policy
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Current Affairs
 /  India
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Education
 /  New York
A panel of global education leaders from North America and Asia,\ discuss the latest Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) results.
Current Affairs
 /  Northern California
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Current Affairs
 /  New York
Journalist John Pomfret discusses why, even amid an aggressive government crackdown, he's optimistic about positive political change in the country.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
John Pomfret discusses his new book on the relationship between the United States and China since 1776.
Current Affairs
 /  Korea
Asia Society Korea recently asked Korean students what they’d like to see from the U.S. government after the 2016 presidential election. Here are their wishes for President Donald Trump.
Arts
 /  New York
Distinguished art historians and educators discuss the geographic intersections found in Zao Wou-Ki and other diasporic East Asian artists' work during the middle of the 20th century.