The author of the new book 'The Jakarta Method' reveals how the murder of one million Indonesians in 1965 became a template for Cold War campaigns across the developing world.
The award-winning novelist reflects on the coronavirus, anti-Asian racism, and the importance of arts in a time of crisis.
The two writers discuss Doshi's recently-published novel "Small Days and Nights."
Jeffrey Wasserstrom, Jiayang Fan, and Susan Jakes assess the outlook of the Chinese territory after nearly a year of mass protests.
After Obama appointed the veteran diplomat to manage U.S. relations with Afghanistan and Pakistan, the two could not see eye to eye before Holbrooke's death in 2010. George Packer, author of a new biography on Holbrooke, explains why.
In this episode, financier Weijian Shan recalls his youth during a tumultuous period in China's history and explores how the upheavals affected him in the years since.