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Business
Navi Radjou explains how R & D follows emerging markets—and why that now makes India attractive to multinationals.
Policy
Veteran journalist Barry Wain offers blunt assesments of Malaysia's "exposed" economy and a lurid government murder scandal.
Policy
NEW YORK, January 28, 2010 - Asia Society's John Delury and Council on Foreign Relations' Adam Segal discuss Taiwan, Tibet, and China's role on the world stage.
Business
Navi Radjou, Simone Ahuja, Punita Lal, and Sourabh Sen discuss India's grassroots innovators and their influence on the global economy.
Policy
NEW YORK, January 25, 2010 - AS Fellow Hassan Abbas and Ahmad Kamal, Pakistan's former ambassador to the UN, join Edie Magnus to discuss American foreign policy challenges in Afghanistan and Pakistan
Policy

NEW YORK, January 12, 2010 - Asia Society's Jamie Metzl speaks to Daljit Dhaliwal about the rising religious tensions in Malaysia, and how the conflict might be resolved.

Policy
Barbara Demick, author of Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea, on the difficulties North Korean defectors face living in South Korea and China.
Policy
Journalist Barbara Demick discusses the reality of life inside North Korea with Asia Society's John Delury.
Policy
NEW YORK, December 15, 2009 - Asia Society's Orville Schell joins Daljit Dhaliwal of Wordlfocus to discuss the US-China dispute at Copenhagen over climate aid.
Arts
Alim Qasimov, Azerbaijan's best-known singer, and his daughter Fargana Qasimova bring their classical mugham sounds to the Asia Society.
Education
Educators and politicians weigh in on the global advantage of young Americans studying Chinese. (4 min., 50 sec.).
Arts
NEW YORK, December 10, 2009 - Mira Nair discusses the documentary impulses underlying her fiction films. (1 min., 4 sec.)