In this digest of Business and Policy topics, explore how the U.S.'s abandonment of Enlightenment-rooted fact-based ideas can strengthen its position, join a timely conversation on Asian American and Black coalition, and more.
The University of Leiden’s Dr. Jue Wang gives a keynote presentation on China’s role in global economic governance. The talk opened our second mini-conference, which looked at climate change and future digital networks.
Kishore Mahbubani, who has served as President of the UN Security Council, spoke on the history of U.S.–China relations, current and ongoing challenges, and the importance of working towards multilateralism.
Three individuals on three separate continents — Asia Society President and CEO Josette Sheeran, virologist Peter Piot, and opera singer Warren Mok — describe their experiences battling the coronavirus.
APIAVote executive director Christine Chen, Baker Institute fellow Mark P. Jones, and Outreach Strategists president Mustafa Tameez discussed opportunities and challenges around Asian American civic engagement.
This panel discussion explores the power of interethnic coalitions that brought together Asian American, African American, Latinx, and Native American cohorts to mobilize during the civil rights movement in the 1960s.