Keyword: south asia
In one of his last public conversations, George Shultz discusses foreign policy and U.S.-China relations with Henry Kissinger.
What might life in Asia look like after the pandemic? And what should we expect from the continent’s perennial hot spots — from North Korea to Afghanistan, Iran to the South China Sea?
The U.S. presidential election attracted unprecedented interest from across the globe — including in Asia — where the results would impact everything from Iran to North Korea, trade policy to China policy, and much more.
Asia Society Policy Institute's Wendy Cutler provides insight into why supply chains matter — and how they’re poised to change in a post-pandemic world.
Kevin Rudd and Fareed Zakaria assess whether democratic or authoritarian governments have had more success in managing the coronavirus crisis.
Ravi Agrawal and Mehmal Sarfraz say that while South Asia's two largest countries have so far avoided the worst of COVID-19, they cannot afford to be complacent.
Thupten Jinpa, a Tibetan Buddhist scholar and a practitioner of Western and Eastern philosophy and religious studies, discusses how principles of compassion meditation can be used to cope in times of uncertainty and fear.
Anubhav Gupta and Dinusha Panditaratne discuss the foreign policy outlook for Sri Lanka under newly-elected president Gotabaya Rajapaksa.