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Ambassador Emanuel talks about how Japan is increasingly taking the lead on major diplomatic initiatives, why America’s brand in Asia is strong, and how quickly Japanese society is changing, in a conversation with ASPI's Rorry Daniels.
A new report by Asia Society and the Hoover Institution offers recommendations for how the United States and its allies can ensure a reliable supply of semiconductors, when most of the world’s semiconductor supply comes from Taiwan, and Tai
Justin Hayhurst explains the framework for Australia’s foreign policy and discusses Australia’s relationship with Japan, the United States, China, as well as the other countries in the Indo-Pacific region.
Amy Yee discusses with Tsewang Rigzin her book that explores how everyday Tibetans living abroad manage to maintain their identity and preserve their culture despite the challenges of exile and forced migration.
The Glitch delves into the intricate narrative of drug use in Korea, exploring its historical roots from the Opium Wars to contemporary challenges faced by K-pop idols, to unravel societal expectations and perceptions.