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Talent shows and auditions have long been a TV staple, only to become marred in controversy in recent years. But the genre may be winning back favor with its Korean audience by its injection of all things Korean, writes Nemo Kim.
September 28,, 2021 — Asia Society Northern California hosted an in-person private Executive Roundtable with Matt Turpin and Richard Dasher on Tech Policy as part of our Seeking Truth Through Facts U.S.-China program series.
The Indo-Pacific is the most populous region on the planet – and it is also the region which is most vulnerable to the impact of climate change. Which new climate policies are being put in place, and which innovative solutions created?
So much of life is conducted via smartphones in Korea and digital technology has helped Koreans cope with the pandemic. Asia Society Korea Senior Contributor Matthew Fennell sheds light on those who may be left behind.
In conversation with moderator Mustafa Tameez, former Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes discussed his new book 'After the Fall,' the rise of nationalism across the globe, and the contributing factors he has identified.
Ariane Reimers (ARD / MERICS) and Noah Barkin (German Marshall Fund of the United States / Rhodium Group) talk about the upcoming German elections and its potential consequences for Europe's China policy.