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The end of U.S. occupation in Afghanistan has raised a number of critical questions, about the humanitarian consequences of the war, the stability of the region, and what life under Taliban rule may look like.
Former Obama administration official and energy expert David Sandalow joins ASPI’s Thom Woodroofe to discuss the latest climate data from China, the big decisions facing Beijing, and future possibilities for U.S.-China climate cooperation.
North Korea has long resisted foreign influence, aggressively guarding its borders, and ruthlessly controlling information coming in and out of the country. But have they managed to keep their country free from the coronavirus?
In a conversation with Tom Nagorski, the longtime China expert parses the evolution of Sino-American ties through the lens of two presidential summits: Jiang Zemin and Bill Clinton in 1998, and Donald Trump and Xi Jinping in 2017.
Dan Harris and Thupten Jinpa on the recent emergence of mindfulness into the mainstream, and how mindfulness can help people cope with everything from the scourge of school shootings to political discussions in an age of divisiveness.