Asia Society Policy Institute: Time To 'Fasten Our Seatbelts' for Trade Conflict Between U.S. and China
The expected imposition of tariffs and other punitive measures against China may escalate the already tense economic relationship between the world's two largest economies.
Kyrgyzstan President Roza Otunbayeva discusses her relationship with neighboring Central Asian countries and her plans after ceding power in December.
Asia Society's Hassan Abbas and Suzanne DiMaggio comment on Pakistan's new ambassador to the United States.
The current government considers former President Arroyo a flight risk and has banned her from international travel.
The Pakistani Ambassador announced the acceptance of his resignation this morning via his Twitter account.
Priscilla Clapp, Senior Advisor to Asia Society's 2010 Burma Policy Task Force and former Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy in Burma, shares her thoughts on today's important announcement on Burma/Myanmar.
Can three-quarters of Afghans really be satisfied with their government? Join Asia Society for a launch event for the Asia Foundation's major new survey, "Afghanistan in 2011."
The internet is abuzz with musings on what might be pictured in satellite images of the desert in China. We've compiled some of our favorite wild guesses from Twitter.
The author of Mao's Great Famine, which was a runner-up in the 2011 Asia Society Bernard Schwartz Book Award, spoke with Asia Blog about China, famine, and why the Great Leap Forward doesn't get enough attention.
"It remains to be seen whether the government, the bureaucracy, and the military can hold back the waters," the Asia Society Associate Fellow said.