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.
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 'Little Fires Everywhere' scribe on the increased visibility of Asian-Americans on screen, the TV adaptation of her book starring Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington, and why she needs silence to write.
In this podcast short, Howard French discusses how history shapes China's territorial ambitions and how that could be a recipe for conflict.
In this podcast short, Lakshmi discusses her New York roots, her Desi identity, the Indian food she’s dying to see on Top Chef, and why she has no love for Disney princesses.
Author Rob Schmitz discusses his book about the inhabitants of a single street in Shanghai.
"I wanted to make something that would really be infused with Shanghai. And I wanted it to be a sort of time capsule of that night."