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Prime Minister Albanese and Foreign Minister Penny Wong are making tentative progress in their efforts to stabilise Australia’s relations with China, writes Asia Society Australia Executive Director, Policy, Richard Maude.
With economic growth outrun by every other Asian nation for the first time since 1990, and perspectives for the near future bleak, where is it hurting in China's economy, what is being done to turn that around, and what are global effects?
In commemoration of the United Nations Day, Asia Society Korea welcomed former ambassador to the UN, Joon Oh, and Deputy Minister for Multilateral and Global Affairs, Yong-Min Park, to discuss South Korea's involvement in the organization.
Asia Society Korea held the first session of the 2022 Asia Society Korea Youth (ASK-Y) program, which focused on defining the youth and discussing their significance in relation to today's most pressing global concerns.
Asia Society will honor a selection of path-breaking individuals who are addressing one of today’s most urgent problems — the ramifications of global climate change — at the 2022 Asia Game Changer Awards.
Members of a working group co-led by the Asia Society Center on U.S.-China Relations and the Hoover Institution’s National Security Task Force and Project on China’s Global Sharp Power reflect on their August 2022 delegation to Taiwan.
Asia Society Korea is delighted to announce our 2022 cohorts of the Asia Society Korea Youth Program, a new flagship initiative consisted of a talented panel of young leaders eager to leave a positive footprint on our society.