The Asia-Pacific region has never seen "a greater risk for miscalculation" than in the South China Sea in recent months, said Vietnam's Foreign Minister in his Asia Society address.
A boat and its occupant reflected in calm blue waters in Hoi An, Vietnam on June 11, 2014. (ilya/Flickr)
A woman walks along the top of a hill overlooking a fog-shrouded rice paddy in Vietnam on May 6, 2014. (Silvia Foglia/Flickr)
Floating homes on Ha Long Bay in Vietnam, nestled between breathtaking mountain formations. (hermitsmoores/Flickr)
Bright orange rays streak the Vietnam sky on May 3, 2014. (hermitsmoores/Flickr)
Rush hour takes on a new twist in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam as the streets are dominated by two wheeled vehicles on May 5, 2014. (hermitsmoores/Flickr)
Shom Sen, Wadsworth Fellow with the Asia Society Policy Institute, looks at how businesses can better manage risks arising from tensions within Asia.
Appearing on Bloomberg TV, Asia Society Senior Fellow Jamie Metzl argued that China sees an opportunity to gain influence in Asia Pacific as the U.S. tends to other international concerns.
A man holds up a snake to the camera in Vietnam on April 25, 2014. (Alexander Ess/Flickr)
A bicycle stands parked next to an open road by a paddy field in Khanh Hoa, Vietnam on March 2, 2014. (shoot film, not bullets/Flickr)
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