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.
In this excerpt from his new book 'The Future Is Asian,' Parag Khanna argues that Asia is leading the 21st century as resolutely as Europe and the United States shaped the past.
An excerpt from Rabeah Ghaffari's debut novel 'To Keep the Sun Alive,' which portrays the 1979 Iranian Revolution through family drama and personal struggle.
Anubhav Gupta speaks to James Crabtree, author of a new book on India's super-rich, on how the affluent may influence India's economic trajectory.
The country's eventual transition to liberal democracy once seemed inevitable — but Kevin Rudd argues that the country has redefined what the "end of history" really means.
The novelist talks about the word chemistry, her writing process, and the universality of "Asian American" themes.
An interview with Kevin Peraino, whose new book examines how President Harry S Truman permanently altered American policy toward China.