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Interview: Food Writer Louisa Shafia Brings 'New Persian Kitchen' Into Every Home

Lifestyle

On the eve of Norouz, Louisa Shafia, author of Lucid Food and the upcoming New Persian Kitchen, shares her insights into Persian food and hospitality.

Could a Nobel Prize for Malala Yousafzai Inspire Pakistan to Stand Up to Extremism?

Supporters of Malala Yousufzai, the Pakistani teenager shot by the Taliban for promoting girls' education, displayed portraits of her at a ceremony marking
Policy

Pakistan's "Malala moment” may have passed, but there's no telling what effect a Nobel win would have on a polarized country. M. Bilal Lakhani reports from Lahore.

Photo of the Day: Into the Woods in The Philippines

A dense grove of trees at Batangas Beach, Philippines on March 13, 2013. (jojo nicdao/Flickr)
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A dense grove of trees at Batangas Beach, Philippines on March 13, 2013. (jojo nicdao/Flickr)

South China Sea Relationship Status? It’s Complicated

Amid heightened territorial tensions over the South China Sea, protestors shout anti-China slogans and hold banners as they march towards the Chinese embassy in downtown Hanoi on Dec. 9, 2012. (Hoang Dinh Nam/AFP/Getty Images)
Policy

Recognizing that a holistic view is imperative for resolving regional tensions, Asia Society is convening leading academics and policy makers for a multi-day conference in New York, March 13 through 15.

Photo of the Day: A Misty Morning in India

Scenic Kaziranga shrouded in mist in Assam, India on March 5, 2013. (Roon Bhuyan)
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Scenic Kaziranga shrouded in mist in Assam, India on March 5, 2013. (Roon Bhuyan)

To Be 'All In' on Asia, US Must Manage Crises and Leverage New Opportunities

Thomas Donilon, National Security Advisor to President Obama, speaks at Asia Society in New York on March 11, 2013. (Elsa Ruiz/Asia Society)
Policy

With confirmation that the United States is serious about its "rebalancing toward Asia," Matt Stumpf offers ideas on how to craft a positive vision for U.S. relations in the region.

Donilon: US Not 'Containing China' or Dictating Terms With Asia Rebalance

United States National Security Advisor Thomas Donilon at Asia Society New York on March 11, 2013. (Bill Swersey/Asia Society)
Policy

Highlights from National Security Advisor Thomas Donilon's appearance at Asia Society in New York on Monday, March 11, 2013.

Photo of the Day: Vibrant Reflections in Singapore

Bright, orange-topped pagodas are reflected in the calm waters of Chinese Garden in Jurong East, Singapore on March 9, 2013. (Eduardo S. Seastres)
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Bright, orange-topped pagodas are reflected in the calm waters of Chinese Garden in Jurong East, Singapore on March 9, 2013. (Eduardo S. Seastres)

Book Excerpt: How Japan's 'National Nightmare' Became Part of Normal Politics

John Dicola (R) of the U.S. Navy assists in removing debris during a cleanup effort at the Misawa Fishing Port in Japan on March 14, 2011. Photo by Devon Dow. (Flickr/U.S. Pacific Fleet)
Policy

Did the 3/11 quake, tsunami, and meltdown — "a triple catastrophe with no precedent," as MIT's Richard Samuels writes in his new book — lead to any fundamental change in how Japan is run?

Photo of the Day: Commemorating in Silence in Japan

Police officers in radiation protection suits bow their heads to offer prayers in silence for tsunami victims in Namie, near the stricken TEPCO's Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant in Fukushima prefecture commemorating the second anniversary of the diasater on March 11, 2013. (Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP/Getty Images)
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Police officers in radiation protection suits bow their heads to offer prayers in silence for tsunami victims in Namie, near the stricken TEPCO's Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant in Fukushima prefecture commemorating the second anniversary of the diasater on March 11, 2013. (Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP/Getty Images)