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Malaysia

This page displays all Asia Society content on Malaysia in reverse chronological order.

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Women in Asia | Trade wars | BRI: good for thinktanks
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Daniel Russel writes that adjustments to China's BRI projects will bring benefits.
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It identifies five main themes in its findings and recommendations.
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The visual artist discusses the role of gender and traditional art-making practices with Hudson Valley MOCA's Livia Straus and Asia Society Museum Director Boon Hui Tan.
interview
Even though the BRI has been rolled out in 2013, the European Union has lacked a coherent approach in the past years.
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Natashya Gutierrez of Vice Media Asia delivers a presentation on declining press freedom across the continent.
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Special focus: Remaking trade | Rebuilding aid. Plus: China business
interview
Although a successful brand all over the world, the Belt and Road Initiative is facing resistance, not just from foreign governments
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India & Indonesia vote | China troubles | Diplomacy c1996
Blog Post
From North Korean summit meetings to a daring rescue in Thailand, it's been an eventful year across Asia. Here are some stories that matter.
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Once more we have asked our members, this year's speakers as well as our colleagues all over the world what they have been reading lately. Here is our list of book recommendations, a selection for the travelling the world through windows of time and space – page by page.
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India and Indonesia business | Summit watching | Reporting Asia
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Michelle Yeoh, who parleyed ballet training into acting in Hong Kong martial arts films, appeared in 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,' played a Bond Girl, and starred in 'Crazy Rich Asians,' is honored as an Artistic Visionary.
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By Greg Earl, Editor, Asia Briefing and Disruptive Asia, Asia Society Australia

Australia can’t turn away from the challenges and shouldn’t miss the opportunities that such a diverse region as South-East Asia will keep presenting.
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By Aim Sinpeng, Lecturer in Comparative Politics, Department of Government and International Relations & Co-Founder of Sydney Cyber Security Network, University of Sydney

How Australia chooses to engage with the region on social media regulation will test the limits of its global commitment to promoting a free and secure cyberspace.
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By Savitri Taylor, Associate Professor Law School, La Trobe University

What would a humanitarian asylum seeker policy look like?