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Stephen W. Bosworth: It's Not Just North Korea That Makes U.S. Engagement Difficult

Former U.S. Special Representative for North Korea Policy Stephen W. Bosworth at Asia Society New York on January 23, 2012.
Policy

The former U.S. Special Representative for North Korea Policy explains how domestic politics is one of many factors complicating diplomatic outreach to North Korea.

Interview: Playwright Zayd Dohrn on Being an 'Outside Person' [Photos]

Arts

Dohrn discusses how his new off-Broadway play 'Outside People' bridges the gap between Chinese and American culture.

Photo of the Day: Smiling Man in Gujarat

Multimedia

A smiling man stands smoking on the streets of Gujarat, India on January 19, 2012. (Peter Barwick /Flickr)

Lunar New Year Celebrations Around World Usher in Year of the Dragon [Photos]

Multimedia

We collected our favorite images from across the globe. Happy New Year!

Video: APEC Leaders Reflect on 2011 Summit Successes

Former White House Coordinator for APEC Matthew Goodman (L) and Johnson & Johnson Chairman and CEO William Weldon (R) at Asia Society New York on January 18, 2011.
Business

Johnson & Johnson CEO William Weldon and other APEC leaders discuss the strengths of the 2011 summit and speculate on the future of the region.

Interview: Charles Armstrong on the Fallacy of North Korean 'Instability'

What does the future of North Korea hold? (Taylor Sloan/Flickr)
Policy

Armstrong, Asia Society Associate Fellow and Professor of Korean Studies at Columbia University, is appearing Jan. 23 in a panel discussion on North Korea's future at Asia Society New York.

Reflecting on North Korea’s Political Transition, One Month On

This undated picture, released from North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency on January 12, 2012 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (C) inspecting the planned construction site for the Pyongyang Folk Park, undertaken by Korean People's Army service personnels in Pyongyang. (KNS/KCNA/AFP/Getty Images)
Policy

Perhaps what is most clear about North Korea’s future is that it remains murky, writes Andrew Billo.

Photo of the Day: Waiting for a Bus in Tibet

Multimedia

In Tibet, two herdsman wait for a bus, which arrives only once a day on January 19, 2012. (Hsin-Chan Chien /Flickr)

Video: Revisiting South Korean Thoughts on the Death of Kim Jong Il

Policy

The Asia Society South Korea Center asked South Koreans what their thoughts were on the future of the Korean peninsula after the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il.

Experts Weigh in on Memogate and the Possibility of a Coup in Pakistan

Pakistani security personnel stand guard outside the Supreme Court building during a hearing in Islamabad on Jan. 19, 2012. (Aamir Qureshi/AFP/Getty Images)
Policy

The Memogate scandal that broke in October 2011 led to resignations, increased anti-Americanism, and now... a potential coup in Pakistan?