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Save the date for September 14, when Asia Society kicks off the 'Season of India' with panel discussions, expert opinions, and an exhibition opening bash.
Kevin Rudd suggests we light a candle for coming trade talks with China since we’ve routinely failed to see the tipping points between failed diplomacy and limited conflict and then more general war.
Arthur Kroeber discusses why "reform" is no longer the correct lens through which to view China's economy — and what Beijing thinks about President Trump.
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Can mindfulness coexist within a market-driven economy?
Goldman Sachs, followed by KPMG and Colgate-Palmolive, was named overall best employer as part of the 2018 Best Asian Pacific American (APA) Employer Awards.
The expected imposition of tariffs and other punitive measures against China may escalate the already tense economic relationship between the world's two largest economies.
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TPP - 1 = ? | Asian growth pressure | North Asia summit looms | New China split emerges: Check out the first instalment of the Asia Briefing series for 2018
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Check out the second issue of Asia Society Australia's Asia Briefing
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Check out our new monthly update on Asia and Australia-Asia relations
How the "model minority" myth has prevented Asian Americans from ascending in the U.S. tech industry.
In this podcast short, Morgan Stanley's Ruchir Sharma praises Beijing's continued economic growth but notes that the government has never been tested with a downturn.
McKinsey's Jonathan Woetzel on how the 3 "D's" — disintermediation, disaggregation, and dematerialization — will transform global markets.
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Check out Asia Society Australia's new monthly Asia Briefing
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Alan Rosling and Karthik Reddy discuss the spirit of entrepreneurship in India and the challenges faced by startups.
Actor Dev Patel and musicians Wu Tong and Sonita Alizadeh were among the other honorees.
The managing director of the Corporate Banking Group at the State Bank of India discusses India's economic outlook in a private conversation at Asia Society.
Rana Foroohar argues that investors view political events as "one-offs" and are more concerned with the behavior of the world's central bankers.
Companies like Google and Facebook have shifted from innovation to data monetization — and smaller and medium-sized firms are paying the price.