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 /  New York

Why Anti-China Rhetoric Will End (After the Election)

NEW YORK, October 18, 2012 — Former U.S. Institute of Peace president Richard H. Solomon provides a reality check to the U.S. presidential candidates' fiery language on China. (2 min., 36 sec.)


Policy
 /  New York
The Harvard historian Graham Allison examines how the Peloponnesian War might teach us about the contemporary Sino-U.S. relationship.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
Ellen Barry describes the phenomenon of Indian women leaving the workforce while reporting for the New York Times.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
Howard French describes how economics and demographics make China anxious to gain what it can in the next 10 to 15 years.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
A conversation with former New York Times Asia correspondent Howard French and Asia Society’s Orville Schell.
Arts
 /  Hong Kong
Mahesh Dattani’s "Dance Like a Man" captures the complex web of human emotions.
Current Affairs
 /  Hong Kong
A panel discusses how President Trump’s “America First” approach may impact political, economic, and trade relations between the U.S. and China.
Current Affairs
 /  New York
Ellen Barry wins 2017 Osborn Elliott Prize for Excellence in Journalism on Asia for stories covering the role of women in India’s economy and society.
Policy
 /  New York
The top foreign policy advisor to Hillary Clinton's campaign tells the ABC journalist that the 45th president's performance has been both "shocking and predictable."
Education
Education and government leaders reflect on the past and future of Chinese language learning at the start of the National Chinese Language Conference in Houston.
Education
A panel of teachers, administrators, and students share their insights on developments in Chinese language education in the United States.
Education
Sports celebrities and experts discuss the role of sports in U.S.-China relations.