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How will Cambodia’s democratic history and recent political events shape the upcoming elections?
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Dr. Samuel So of Stanford's Asian Liver Center discusses the ramifications of hepatitis B and liver cancer in Asia.
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ASPI paper on future opportunities for U.S.-ASEAN cooperation.
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The two-day forum of interactive workshops and keynotes provides insight to current corporate diversity issues facing Asian professionals and global market factors impacting businesses today.
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ASPI's Debra Eisenman on whether Myanmar’s military leaders should be charged for crimes against humanity.
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Goldman Sachs was named the 2018 Overall Best Employer for Asian Pacific Americans.
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AidData report analyzing China's public diplomacy and its impact in East Asia.
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Partner, competitor, or incompatible – the relations to China are often a variety of things at the same time. On Monday, June 25 2018, German Ambassador Norbert Riedel and Swiss Ambassador Johannes Matyassy discussed how the Asian policies of Germany and Switzerland compare and what can be learned from each other.
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Check out pictures and a recording of this thought-provoking discussion on philanthropy in Asia
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In this ASPI issue paper, Debra Eisenman analyzes five critical challenges facing Myanmar in 2018.
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Anubhav Gupta describes the goals and accomplishments of India's Act East policy.
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Summit watch | Malaysia decides | China business moves | Counting Asia’s biggest vote
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The Cambodian-American native of Long Beach, CA explains why a lack of diversity in music persists despite movements toward inclusiveness in other industries.
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SHEILA M. PLATT, wife of former Ambassador to the Philippines Nicholas Platt, passed away peacefully at surrounded by her family on May 15, 2018, at home in New York City.
Blog Post
Tereza Lee discusses why the DREAM Act and similar immigrant-friendly legislation struggle to get passed.
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Immigrant rights activist Tereza Lee details why the timing of the terror attacks on September 11, 2001, altered the trajectory of immigration legislation in America.